Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!

It's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day . . . let's have some fun :)

First, we need to announce the winner from last weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway!!   The winner of the Fat Quarter Bundle Set of  Welcome Home Collection 1 from  Shabby Fabrics is . . .   Number #103 . . . Congrats allthingzsewn !!!   I have emailed you :)    

 




    
And on to today's


Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Ollie and Evie.  Rhonda has an adorable Etsy shop packed with wonderful pre-cuts and beautiful yardage!!!  And of course, she always has an awesome Clearance Section as well, that has some amazing bonus deals in it.  And along with the giveaway, Rhonda is offering free shipping on all orders over $60.00 with the code 60SHIPSFREE ;)  


And the Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is for a fabulous set of Frixion pens!!!  If you have not tried these for marking yet, you are missing out  They are fabulous!!! They are erasable and disappear when heat is applied  (but always remember to still, mark on the wrong side of your fabric ;)  Such an awesome giveaway!!!



You have two entry chances, the second being optional, and please leave a separate comment for each.  All Entries are welcome, including International Entries.  Please just be sure to leave an email address if you are a no-reply blogger ;)  

ENTRY 1 - Simply leave a comment that tells me what is a favorite dish to make with cherries in it.  (We picked cherries for 2 1/2 hours last night and now I need some ideas of what to make with them all ;)  

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Olie and Evie love.   You can follow them on  Facebook, at their blog, or Favorite their Shop, or you can visit The Shop and then share a favorite item ;)   Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Olie and Evie Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, July 5th when I will announce a winner at the beginning of next weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Post :)

Good Luck and Have a Happy Quilting Day!!!
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181 comments:

  1. While I don't have cherries available to me I would make cherry cordial and can it. It can be used many different ways. Especially good over homemade ice cream.

    I'm so excited about this fabric win, it is a blessing and thank you for the opportunity for the win this beautiful line.

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  2. I hate cherries...so no dish with cherries is a favorite dish with cherries! ;)

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  3. Every fruit is great in a cobbler or pie!

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  4. I like to make cherry dump dessert which is so good & easy to make.

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  5. Cherry cobbler for sure!!! My mouth is watering!!!!

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  6. It's not very original--but sour cherry pie or cobbler is my favorite use for cherries....the next best thing is to make a quick turnover for breakfast with phyllo dough and a quick 10X sugar icing.

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  7. I follow Olie & Evie via email.

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  8. Cheesecake with cherries on top is delicious! Thank you for the chance to win.
    cottonpaperflowers at gmail dot com

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  9. I love Olie & Evie's selection of precuts!
    cottonpaperflowers at gmail dot com

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  10. I make this wonderful cherry fluff (recipe on Taste of Home website) - you just can't stop eating it

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  11. Hands down its cherry pie from scratch!

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  12. I just eat cherries fresh or on top of vanilla ice cream!

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  13. For sweet cherries - we love them canned best! For sour cherries - many, many pastry recipes, but we also make Cherry Soup. Yep, tastes best cold on a hot day. My mom always served this with slices of fried potatoes on the side. It is delicious!

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  14. Olie and Evie's fabric collection, Juniper Berry, is lovely. A terrific holiday choice. I visited their shop online.

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  15. I enjoyed visiting Olie and Evie's shop and how you can peruse the different sections on their website. One of their sections showing Low Volume Fabric is great, as more and more I'm interested in trying different low volume prints for background fabric instead of just solids.

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  16. Yummy cherry pie.... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  17. Olie and Evie's shop of precuts....So much eye candy...... I have them on facebook... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  18. Cherry Fluff sounds interesting. We washed and bagged all the cherries from last night but from our side of the yard there are still tons. Aargh! I like to dry them and use them like crasins. Nobody has noted the difference.

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  19. i just eat them. don't have any recipes. good luck finding good ones.

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  20. Individual cherry folded pies, by Patti Brown on Facebook. They are easy and great. Thanks for the giveaway chance, never tried these pens due to cost.

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  21. Individual cherry folded pies, by Patti Brown on Facebook. They are easy and great. Thanks for the giveaway chance, never tried these pens due to cost.

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  22. I posted but now I don't see it.

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  23. I posted but now I don't see it.

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  24. Cherry cobbler!!Nothing beats fresh produce..

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  25. I made Olie and Evie shop a favorite

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  26. I love Cherry Brown Betty...like apple brown betty with cherries!

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  27. the Collections Community jelly roll is calling my name, but I don't get paid for another week!

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  28. Cherry cheesecake...now I want a slice! Sweet giveaway!

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  29. cherry pie! Although I usually just eat them fresh.

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  30. I "favorited" Olie and Evie

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  31. Cherry jam on biscuits with butter!!! jessamyn.hawkinsatgmaildotcom

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  32. I like 'em plain. Don't really like them with other stuff 😁

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  33. I visited the very lovely shop. That Junioer line has several gorgeous pieces!
    Thanks for the fun giveaway!

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  34. My favorite cherry process is to dry, then freeze them. They can be eaten like raisins or put in cookies. YUM! I've also pureed them then turned them into fruit leather, and it turned out really well.

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  35. Cherry pie has always been a favorite at our house.

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  36. The Kate Spain designer select Bella Solids are of interest to me.

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  37. I love cherry pie - homemade pie is the best.

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  38. I love cherry and choc chip muffins. X
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  39. I am loving this collection : Little Miss Sunshine Jelly Roll by Vanessa Goertzen of Lella Boutique for Moda, 40 - 2 1/2" x 42" strips

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  40. Cherry Carnival Cake is the absolute best. My mom made every year for my birthday (my request). When I got married, my husband made it for me for my birthday. I will send you the recipe if you like.

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  41. I don't make anything with cherries as my husband won't eat them. If I made something I'd have to eat it all, which would be dangerous! I do like Black Forest Cake, but I only get it if someone else makes it. And I like to eat bing cherries straight up.

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  42. Cherry Breeze Pie (a cream cheese based pie with cherries poured on the top) and Dump Cake

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  43. I love Cherry Delight. Thank you for the giveaway. I would love to try these pens.

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  44. I like the Flow Fat Eighth Bundle by Zen Chic for Moda in the OlieandEvie shop.

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  45. I like their Playground fabric by Amy Sinibaldi. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  46. I love cherry pie, but seldom make it. So I guess my favorite, that I am going to make Thursday, is fruit pizza. It has a sugar cookie like crust, then cream cheese, then assorted fruits, then a glaze. It is wonderful with fruits of this season, cherries, strawberries, and blueberries.
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  47. My favorite dish to use cherries in is cherry pie. A family favorite.
    bestbelle2010@aol.com

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  48. I follow Olie and Evie on Facebook.
    bestbelle2010@aol.com

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  49. A few years ago, I found out I'm allergic to eggs and peanuts and beans. It changed so much about what I cook and bake. I like pie and cobblers, since they are less likely to have eggs than cake. However, I did find a wonderful cookbook called The Food Allergy Mama's Baking Book. Every recipe is so yummy and works every time, using easy ingredients and substitutes. (Just remember to use high-altitude adjustments for the cakes, if you live in Utah like I do.) one of my favorites is her Farmer's Market Cherry Cake. Oh heavenly. Not too sweet, snack able, pretty, no frosting needed!
    reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  50. Lucky you with tree ripened cherries! Cherry pie and jam come to mind. We don't get home grown cherries here, so I usually just eat them fresh.

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  51. I follow Olie and Evie on Facebook.

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  52. Olive and Evy is a great shop with lots of cute stuff, and they're so kind and easy to work with, if you want something specific.
    I follow them on FB, Bloglovin and email.
    reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  53. Yogurt parfait made with yogurt, cherries and granola.
    ArletteTr@aol.com

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  54. I don't think I have ever made anything with cherries.

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  55. I follow Olie and Evie on Facebook.

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  56. I have never made anything with cherries -- I just eat them ! giggle. Love Frixon pens... thanks for the giveaway....

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  57. Cherry frangipani tart. I use a variation of the one on the BBC food website. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  58. Cherry Tarts....never made them but it sure would be fun to try!! Thank you for the opportunity....fingers crossed!

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  59. You want AN idea? Cherries are so abundant here! Bing and Rainier are the most popular! I LOVE everything with cherries. I made cherry jam and cherry-jalapeno jam, cherry pies, cherries jubilee, cherry salsa....and just plain cherries by themselves is delicious....shall I go on?

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  60. mmmmm love cherries .... we usually have pie cherries so we make jam and pies! mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  61. I love frozen cherries! Just wash them and pop them in the freezer for several hours.

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  62. I follow them on Facebook and on their blog.

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  63. I don't like cherries myself, but my husband just likes to sit and eat them in a bowl. :)

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  64. Cherry pie, a favourite at our house. Thank you for the great giveaway.

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  65. I liked Olie and Evie on FB.

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  66. Love cherries! Pitted or not....dipped in or covered in cream cheese whipped with a bit of half&half or whipping cream to which we've added a bit of maple syrup (or stevia) and vanilla extract. MMMMMmmmmmmmm
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  67. Cherry cheesecake would be my vote! tljeo@yahoo dot com

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  68. Michigan Cherry Salad and Brownies with cherries in them.

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  69. I have liked their shop on Etsy! tks!

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  70. I visited the shop and I like Sew 'N Sew - Measuring Tape Grey by Chloe's Closet for Moda.

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  71. I like old fashioned cherry pie, especially when Inhave fresh cherries.

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  72. I just like to eat cherries - don't like them in a pie or a turnover or as jam. Just Cherries. Can't help you, sorry

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  73. If you've got sweet cherries, I really prefer to just eat them out of hand. If you've got tart cherries then we're talking cream cheese coffeecake maybe. I also recently made Almond and Rhubarb Picnic Bars from Smitten Kitchen and I'll be using tart cherries in place of the rhubarb next time.

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  74. If I had an abundance of cherries, I would make cherry jam but a cherry cobbler with ice cream would be great also!

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  75. I follow Olie and Evie on Instagram....they have great prices!

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  76. I like my cherries served on top of cheesecake!

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  77. I am the only cherry fan so I eat them straight up fresh. I follow on Instagram and fb

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  78. Got to be cherry cheesecake! Or preferably just fresh as they are by the handful 😉

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  79. I love the lil red doll panel over in the shop :) x

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  80. Cherries jubilee! Yum... love their shop, I have my cart full!

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  81. Cherries jubilee! Yum... love their shop, I have my cart full!

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  82. Cherries in a Cloud is yummy but I would probably do a cherry pie or cobbler. I really just like to eat them fresh unless they are the sour variety.
    What about scones or a smoothie?

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  83. Black forest cake. So good!

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  84. Love the Vintage Flowers pattern in the Etsy Store

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  85. I have never made anything with fresh cherries before - and I never tasted a fresh cherry until I was in my 30s! A sheltered childhood, surrounded by canned food...

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  86. I like cherry pie the most!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  87. Showed Olie and Evie my love by following them on facebook: Nicole Sender.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  88. I would make a pie. Cherry pie and vanilla ice cream. So patriotic for the 4th. Yum. Or a crumble.

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  89. I looked at Olie and evies shop. I need a backing for a little Ruby quilt.

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  90. What a great chance... Please, count me in too!

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  91. I follow OlieandEvie on Instagram.

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  92. Cherry cobbler. While it is still warm top it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

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  93. Love warm cherry cobbler as well topped with vanilla ice cream!

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  94. We usually just eat cherries raw, so I don't have a favorite recipe for how to use them, but we do like them in chicken salad. Thank you for offering this giveaway!

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  95. Love a good cherry cobbler. Brings back memories of my momma.

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  96. I love cherry jam! Wish I had some!

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  97. I love eating cherries fresh, but a cherry pie is really good too. I usually can my cherry pie filling, so I am ready to go all winter long.

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  98. We had cherry trees that died off in 2008. I have missed them, so last year we planted two of them and we may have enough cherries this year for a couple of tarts! I loved the cherry jam I used to make from the earlier trees....I didn't like pitting them but it was worth it!

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  99. Proscuitto wrapped cherry stuffed Chicken. Recipe is on AllRecipe.

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  100. Ollie and Eve through their Facebook page is a great way to keep up with ALL of their high quality items.

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  101. Cherries are expensive here - not a local crop - so we generally eat them fresh when we get them. But I think a cherry preserve would be wonderful. Or perhaps a Chutney like this one recipe for cherry chutney

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  102. I'm in!! Cherries ice cream!! Perfect for summer time!

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  103. Done! I follow their Facebook page and their blog too!

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  104. I think a cherry cheesecake would be scrumptious! ljbisme at msn dot com

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  105. Cream cheese pie with cherries on top. A childhood favorite.

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  106. I visited Ollie and Evie. They have a great selection of pre cuts. Love the way they display their fabrics.

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  107. I like the Blue Bike fabric in Clearance: CLEARANCE - Star Spangled by Doodlebug Designs for Riley Blake, 1/2 yard, C3764 Blue - Bikes. ljbisme at msn dot com

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  108. Cherry pie is my favorite with vanilla ice cream!

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  109. I like to make cherry turnovers, making a simple syrup with the cherries and puff pastry.

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  110. I love Olie and Evie on Facebook

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  111. I have them liked on facebook, but they haven't posted anything there in a while. I really like the Juniper Berry script fabric that she has in her Etsy store.

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  112. put some of those cheeries in the freezer and save for when it cools down for some yummy jam to have on your toast in the winter mornings. I've never seen these pens before, its so fun to see new products coming out. thanks for the chance
    sewfabrics at outlook.com

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  113. Cheesecake with cherries on top.

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  114. Go to an outdoor type shop, like Bass Pro, where they sell the cast iron pie makers that you can use to put in a fire pit or fireplace or campfire.
    Two slices of buttered bread, cherries and some sweetner, and you'll have one deelish pie/sandwich to devour:)

    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  115. We love cherry juice! Cherry pie of course and cherry cheesecake.

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  116. Shop fave: The Frixion pens at Olie and Evie of course! I've used only the black one which I found at a drug store chain. Love it, yes it iron's right away and doesn't come back. THank you both for the giveaway opportunity.

    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  117. I love to eat cherries fresh off the tree or from the market. We just ate some Rainier Cherries, my favorite cherries. I don't eat sweets anymore, except for fresh fruit.

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  118. How about I've never made anything with cherries in it other than an ice cream sunday. Pretty sad, huh?

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  119. Following on etsy & FB plus shared on FB

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  120. Following on etsy & FB plus shared on FB

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  121. How about I've never made anything with cherries in it other than an ice cream sunday. Pretty sad, huh?

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  122. I have never made anything with cherries. Sorry, I'm no help at all!

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  123. I love Olie and Evies vintage striped towels!

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  124. I got 18 lbs of cherries from the bountiful basket a couple weeks ago. The first thing I did with them was make them into a glaze for some pork chops, yum! My favorite thing to do with them, though, is cook them (pitted of course) with some sugar and make a compote for french toast. So good! Most of mine this year I either froze (for future smoothies) or dehydrated.

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  125. LOVE CHERRY PIE! THANKS FOR SHARING!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  126. HAPPY TO FOLLOW "Olie and Evie" VIA FB!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  127. Either sweet or sour cherries are delicious in a pie or cobbler, and I like to make a fruit sauce instead of jam (mix 1 cup cut up fruit, 1 - 3 tablespoons sugar, 2 teaspoons cornstarch mixed into 1 - 2 tablespoons water, pinch of salt. Cook, stirring often, until mixture boils and sauce becomes clear. Great on toast, pancakes, ice cream, cottage cheese, etc. Use whatever fruit you like, fresh or frozen.

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  128. Cherry Pie, of course! I have 1 cherry tree and I made a pie and canned 6 jelly jars of cherry jam. Plus, I froze 2 bags for future cherry pies. My tree was awesome this year! Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  129. I have already favorite Ollie and Evie. Awesome items there! Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  130. I follow Ollie and Evie on Facebook.

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  131. I like to eat cherries in their raw state - though not too many or you'll end up with a belly ache!!

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  132. Love Cherry Crisp made with oatmeal.

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  133. I'm a new Ollie and Evie blog follower
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    Peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  134. I like to make cherry pie and put vanilla ice cream on top while it is still warm.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    Peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  135. LOL I am supposed to make things with cherries?! They get eaten as fast as they appear in the house here!

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  136. Cherry turnovers are my favorite!!

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  137. Cherries Jubilee! (Mostly I just eat them raw--love uncooked cherries the best!)

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  138. I like raw cherries, not cooked.

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  139. Cherry pie, although I love to just eat them.

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  140. KI'm getting into a Halloween state of mind and the Something Wicked line of fabric is adorable.

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  141. I have liked your facebook page.

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  142. Cherry pie is my favourite!
    maureeneh52@hotmail.com

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  143. Warm cherry cobbler with a scoop of vanilla ice cream...YUM!

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  144. I love just eating cherries! If I had so many that in was impossible to eat them all, I'd make cherry ice cream...yummmmmm!

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  145. O&E have a great selection of precuts....hard to choose just one!!!!

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  146. I love cherry cheesecake! Yum....

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  147. Cherry pie, cherry cheesecake, cherry cake, cherries and chocolate ice cream..ok my mouth is watering now.
    annamariehlustik@gogglemail.com

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  148. I actually just like to eat dried frozen cherries by themselves! Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist (at) aol.com

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  149. I also follow Olie & Evie on FB. Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist (at) aol.com

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  150. I love to eat cherries all by themselves. We had a cherry tree growing up. I just had a bunch of Rainier cherries. Hmm Hmm good. But I also love cherry cobblers and pies and cheesecake with cherry sauce on top. You could make up some new recipe and share it.

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  151. I love homemade cheesecake with cherries on it; they can't be the pie-filling kind.

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  152. I only like to eat cherries raw but I guess you can always add them to a salad with some pine nuts and feta cheese. Thanks for the chance.

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  153. I love fresh cherries and look forward to this season each yet. My favorite thing to make with them is Cherry Clafoutis. Delicious.

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  154. I liked Olie & Evie on Facebook.

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  155. I LOVE eating fresh cherries by themselves, if I cook, it would have to be cherry pie!

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  156. I follow Ovie and Olie on FB

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments. I just love hearing from you!!
Have a Happy Quilting Day :)

Melissa