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Tart Cherry Giveaway valued at over $400!

Following up yesterday’s EPIC cherry pie recipe, I’m excited to offer an amazing tart cherry giveaway valued at over $400, brought to you by the Cherry Marketing Institute. I’ve loved exploring this new-to-me culinary ingredient, and I know you will too!

One lucky winner will receive a prize pack containing over $400 worth of tart cherry goodness, including frozen tart cherries, tart cherry juice, dried tart cherries, this versatile Le Creuset Cookware Set in cherry red ($199.95) and matching Le Creuset Silicone Cooking Tools Set ($85), and this adorable Anthropologie Apron ($32).

With a prize like that you can truly cook up a storm and look good doing it. Click through for your chance to win!

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The fine print: No purchase necessary. Giveaway open to US residents only. Void where prohibited. Winner will have 48 hours to respond otherwise an alternate winner will be chosen. Bonus entry requirements will be verified if selected as the winner, otherwise an alternate winner will be chosen. Giveaway sponsored by Cherry Marketing Institute. As always, all opinions written are purely my own.

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  1. My pinterest name is nativalente

  2. I would make a cherry tart, banana and strawberries smoothie! Yummy!

  3. I mean, what shouldn’t I make with tart cherries!! I’m starting to work on cupcake and muffin recipes for my daughters 1st birthday (which is embarrassingly far away)!

  4. I also follow you on Twitter (@ForkyouNoforkU)

  5. Cherry mousse! A family favorite recipe: delicious creamy cooked fruit soup made with sour cherries and cream, served chilled.

  6. a cherry pie and cherry cookies my most favorite 

  7. I would make frozen fruit pops.

  8. I am one of your email subscribers.

  9. I am following you both on pinterest as rusthawk. Thanks!

  10. Ice cream.

  11. Dried cherry scones, a cobbler with the frozen cherries, and a delicious cocktail with the juice! 

  12. And I follow both on pinterest. 

  13. I would love to make a cherry smoothie with frozen cherries. I love cherries, they are such a staple around here! Also, I would love to make cherry hand pies!

  14. I am subscribed! My email is starla.bates(AT)

  15. I tweeted and followed you both! @mmstarla

  16. I follow you both on pinterest. my username is mmstarla

  17. All American cherry pie!

  18. I would make cherry bounce! I’m curious to see how tart cherries would make my recipe different. 

  19. smoothies!!

  20. Dried cherries for dark chocolate bark!

  21. I would make cherry cheesecake.   Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.
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  22. a cherry tart with frosting drizzled on

  23. I would make a delicious smoothie with that cherry goodness. And maybe finally try my hand at cherry pie!

  24. Tweet, tweet. @kyddsr

  25. Subscribed.

  26. I would make cherry pie or a cherry crumble.

  27. I found a great cherry balsamic pork chop recipe … I’d make that again!

  28. I tweeted from @ivysvariety

  29. Following on Pinterest from Ivy’s Variety

  30. A cherry pie…no scones…well a coffee cake.  Great now I need cherries! mmmmm

  31. Subscribed to the newsletter and new posts!

  32. Followed both on Pinterest /ginal333

  33. I think I would make a tart cherry pie!

  34. cherry lemonade juice.

  35. I subscribed

  36. I tweeted @ANew00

  37. I tweeted @wilmingtondel

  38. I subscribed to newsletter

  39. I would make some muffins.

  40. I am already a subscriber  

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  41. I followed both and tweeted


  42. I follow both on Pinterest 

    Karen Lynch

  43. Cherry pie or a cherry cobbler

  44. Yay! I would love to win this – I’ve wanted to try tart cherries! I would have to try to make a pie – that’s my sweetheart’s favorite. I follow on email, twitter (Lisa46760721) and pinterest

  45. Beautiful! 

  46. so much! ice cream (cherry garcia), i love dried in salads or oatmeal or cookies. and there’s a wonderful russian tart cherry juice!

  47. just email subscribed! cherry cherry cherry

  48. I am subscribed to your newsletter!

  49. I would make brandied cherries first, and then a cherry pie with buttermilk crust. Yum!

  50. I would make Ice Cream 

  51. I’d make scone tartlets with the dried cherries in the base with almond extract and almond flour, and fill them with the a cheesecake middle and top with a pie filling-like  cherry topping. It would be a more portable, lunchbox friendly, inverted version of cherries and dumplings. The cherry juice would be made into a curd which would get spread liberally on toast or into basil crepes. 

  52. Cherry coconut oatmeal!

  53. Baked sticky cherry pudding

  54. Yum! Cherry pie is my favorite, so I know I’d make one.

  55. I would make Cherry Chicken dog biscuits!  My dogs love them and the cherries are great for there joints! Then id make my family a homemade cherry pie!

  56. I would make a cherry pie

  57. I am subscribed:

  58. I tweeted:  @dellee10

  59. I followed on Pinterest:  Della Barker

  60. My first thought is to make a cherry cobbler!

  61. I follow you via email!

  62. calicocoupons on Pinterest, I follow you there!

  63. erin_m_b is now following both on Pinterest! 

  64. Scones and pie :D !

  65. I’d make a cherry crumble!

  66. I would make a pie! We love pie!

  67. muffins!

  68. I am subscribed via email. I thought about it a long time and decided that in addition to my previous ideas, I might reserve some of that tart cherry juice and make Shanghai style bao. I would freeze balls of the filling, seasoned minced pork and lamb,  and spread the gingered bread dough with the set broth/cherry juice and let them sit overnight in the fridge. Then I’d dip the bottoms of the buns  in sesame seeds and fry, covered until done. The acid in the juice would help cut the fattiness of the meat the way vinegar does in Xiaolong bao. 

  69. I would make a cherry cobbler:  it’s one of my favorites!

  70. I subscribe via email

  71. I follow you both  and tweeted at

  72. @KDFF follows you both on Pinterest

  73. I would make a cherry conserve or create a boozy cherry jar!

  74. Definitely a pie or tart!

  75. Real cherry jam!  Yum!

  76. I’m an email subscriber!

  77. I’d make a crumble with tart cherries soaked in a sweet wine.

  78. Would add them to some vanilla ice cream along with some chocolate shavings… My favorite

  79.  With tart cherries, I’d make an amazing flan.

  80. I’d make a tart cherry pie!!

  81. I subscribe by email

  82. I am a subscriber!

  83. spiced cherry chutney for grilled ribeyes

  84. I follow you both on Pinterest @ mypinkmixerblog

  85. I would mark a tart cherry pie for me and a tart cherry fizz for my husband!

  86. Chocolate cherry biscotti

  87. I would make scones with dried tart cherries – the dried cherries I dried myself earlier this summer.  So good!

  88. I am already subscribed to Love and Olive Oil!

  89. I am a newsletter subscriber

  90. I would make sour cherry jam!

  91. I would make a filling for Black Forest cake, a topping for ice cream, chocolate chip and cherry ice cream, smoothies, and trail mix.

    I already subscribe to Love and Olive Oil ‘s newsletter. 

  92. I receive your emails –

  93. I would definitely make white chocolate cherry cookies!

  94. I have some in my freezer, I add them to my smoothies.

  95. I would make a cherry compote to use with multiple recipes.

  96. I follow both on twitter. @Guthrie_96

  97. I’d make scones!

  98. I would definitely make fermented cherries with frozen cherries to top pancakes, waffles, and ofcourse ice cream!  A yummy treat packed with natural probiotics.  A healthy treat to cleanse the gut and create healthy flora.

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