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.
I would make Jelly …. My hubby & I love to can, our “dance” in the kitchen is one of a lot of years working in a galley kitchen :)
I would make a pie (boring) and a cocktail (not-so-boring) and maybe some ice cream if there was enough.
I would make a cherry tart.
It would have to be a good old-fashioned cherry pie, of course! Mmm, my greatest weakness…
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I’d cook down the frozen ones into a nice balsamic sauce for meat!
I would make a cherry pie!
Definitely a cherry pie …. My husband would be thrilled
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I’d make a cherry Dutch baby! :D
Cherry dump cake and cheesecake using frozen cherries and oatmeal dark chocolate cherry cookies with almonds using the dried cherries.
cherry syrup to top a creamy cheesecake!
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I love your blog! And the name is so great!
I would prepare cherry pretzel salad
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I would love to make a smoothie with the tart cherries!
My first thought with cherries is always pie :) Cookies, muffins, or scones would be delicious too.
I would make a nice tart cherry pie.then some scones,maybe even muffins
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scones would be great
I love to drink the juice as is :) Yum!
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A gin fizz with frozen cherries.
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I would make PIE!!!!
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Pie and more pie! ;)
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I just had the most amazing cherry streusel ice cream that I am now dying to recreate at home!
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Dried tart cherries really jazz up a pizza, believe it or not! Yep, along with olives, aged cheeses an artichoke hearts, it’s a winner!
Oh my…Pork roast with cherry port sauce, cherry juice in a vinaigrette for a salad. Cherry pie…hmmmm all sounds wonderful. A day in the kitchen a fall meal; sounds blissful!
Ok, I would make a cherry pie. I would also heat them and use it as a sauce over my pancakes on Sundays. . I would take the pits out and make a cherry milkshake with vanilla ice cream in a blender – that really sounds awesome. I am a subscriber to the newsletter!!
Cherry cheesecake sounds great.
I love biscotti loaded with dried cherries and sliced almonds, but a fab salad with gruyere and dried tart cherries is amazing too!
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I would make a cherry pie! Yum!
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I would make ice cream!
I love tart cherry jam. So fresh cherries would start there. I would dry some for a burst of flavor in January, when anything fresh is so needed. Homemade ice cream would be great with some tart cherry sauce. I can’t wait!
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Chicken salad with the dried cherries.
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After dinner, I’d satisfy my sweet tooth with a dark chocolate, tart cherry pot de creme.
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In the afternoon I’d make a tart cherry, orange, spinach and pumpkin seed salad with champagne vinaigrette.
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following on twitter – I’m @sadiepop. Also, myprevious comment was cut short (clumsy thumbs!!) – I would make acherry pie, no question. And a tart cherry and dark chocolate chip snack for our daughter.
Next I would fortify myself with tart cherry juice in a smoothie. Mmmm, lipsmacking good.
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Love tart cherry everything: First I would make dried tart cherry and walnut scones. Best way to start my day.
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I’d make cookies with white chocolate chips and dried cherries. I’d like to try making mini pies as well – they always look delicious.
I would make cherry p
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I would first make scones and then a mixed apple and cherry pie
I adore tart cherry and dark chocolate chip oatmeal cookies- yum!
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I would make ice cream with tart cherries and add a little whipped cream!
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I’d love to make some chocolate cherry smoothies and perhaps a chocolate cherry cake!
I would make scones!
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I would make a tart cherry scone!
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I would love to make some tart cherry & chocolate scones!
I just made some chocolate chip cookies with sour cherries. They were amazing!