11.18.2013

Peach Cranberry Crisp and $100 Crate & Barrel Gift Card Giveaway


 

My grandparents owned a small mercantile in the small town of Henefer, Utah.  It was called Al's Merc. During the summers I would have the opportunity to work in the store to earn money for school clothes. I had the job of dusting shelves and canned goods.  I would stamp the price on the top of the can and make sure the cans were stacked evenly.  When that job was complete, I would bag groceries for their customers.

When I was younger, fruits and vegetables were not so readily available.  Strawberries were only available in the spring.  Peaches and Pears were only available in the fall. Our green beans were from my aunt's garden. My grandparents made it possible for my family to have produce year round by stocking our pantry with canned peaches, pears, fruit cocktail, mandarin oranges, green beans and tomatoes. Stocking our shelves was convenient for my mom.  My mom loved Del Monte® Very Cherry Fruit Cocktail. She would make a fruit salad by folding in fruit cocktail and bananas into sweetened whipped cream.  I just bought her a case of "Very Cherry" a few months ago because my dad likes to put the fruit cocktail into his smoothies and she LOVES the extra maraschino cherries.





I especially like having canned peaches on hand during the holiday baking season for a quick pie or crisp.

I hope you know that I would never promote a product that I didn't like or use myself.  I must say that I have spent some time dusting, stamping and bagging many Del Monte® products while working with my grandparents in their store not realizing they sold this product for its quality.

On a recent trip to the grocery store to purchase Del Monte® peaches,  I noticed a "Harvest Spice" variety.  I loved the spice flavor the peaches had.  It wasn't an artificial taste.  It tasted just like peach cobbler baked with cinnamon.  I decided to bake a simple and quick peach crisp.  I purchased several cans of the Harvest Spice to have on hand throughout the holiday season for a quick, fresh dessert.  I have to admit I ate this cobbler for breakfast.


I mourn the end of peach season where I live.  Del Monte® provides peaches that are packed at the peaks of ripeness to lock in nutrients. Del Monte® is committed to bring the goodness of my garden right to my table. Not just with peaches.  They have a garden variety of fruit and vegetables as well as tomatoes AND 95% are preservative free.  Who knew?

It's, also, comforting to know that nearly 90% of Del Monte® fruit and vegetables are grown in the United States, in the best growing regions for a consistently quality product.

As a runner I'm big into eating foods filled with antioxidants.  Studies show in some instances, such as peaches and tomatoes, canned contains more antioxidants and vitamins than fresh as a result of the canning process.

When you store canned fruit and vegetables for the winter, it's nice to have the assurance that Del Monte brings garden quality into every can.

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For the Peach Cranberry filling you will need:
2 (15-oz each) Del Monte® Sliced Peaches in Heavy Syrup, drained, reserve syrup (I'm using Harvest Spice variety)
1 cup reserved peach syrup
3 cups fresh or frozen cranberries
1 cup sugar
2 tablespoons cornstarch
1/2 teaspoon almond extract
2 tablespoons butter



For the crumb topping you will need:

1/2 cup flour
1/2 cup old fashioned rolled oats
1/3 cup brown sugar
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
5 tablespoons cold butter, cut into small pieces




Drain the peaches reserving the syrup. I'm digging the cinnamon flavor.  I didn't think I would.

Don't forget to save the syrup.


Take a knife and just run them through the peaches to chop them up a bit.  Set aside.


Wash 3 cups of cranberries.


Sort through them and pick out any shriveled berries and discard them.


In a medium size sauce pan add the 1 cup sugar and 2 tablespoons cornstarch.


Add a pinch of salt.


Whisk the dry ingredients together.


Remember the syrup that was drained from the peaches?


I hope you reserved the syrup because you are going to need 1 cup now.


Pour 1 cup reserved peach syrup into the sugar mixture.


Stir until the mixture is smooth and free of lumps.


Add the cranberries.


Bring to a simmer over medium heat.


Simmer until the berries begin to pop and split.


Add the drained peaches.


Stir to combine.


Remove from the heat and add 2 tablespoons butter and 1/2 teaspoon almond extract.


Place 6-7 (8-oz) jars on a baking sheet.  Line with a non-stick liner or parchment paper for easy clean up if the crisp boils over a bit.

You can use individual ramekins or a 9 x 9-inch baking dish.


Fill each jar with the peach filling.


To make the crumb topping:  In a medium bowl, add flour and rolled oats.


Add brown sugar.


Add cinnamon and nutmeg.


Stir together.


Add the butter.


Using your hands or a pastry blender, incorporate the butter.


Continue to blend in the butter until the mixture has a pea size crumb.


Place about 2 tablespoons of the topping over the peach filling.


Place in a preheat 350F oven.  Bake for 20-25 minutes.


Remove from oven when the filling begins to bubble and the topping is slightly browned.


I whipped this Peach Cranberry crisp up in about 15 minutes.  Total time from the start to my mouth was about 45 minutes.






 As a tradition I eat my final photo, which I did with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream.  It's the best!


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Peach Cranberry Crisp


2 cans (15-oz each) Del Monte® Sliced Peaches in Heavy Syrup, drained, reserve syrup
1 cup reserved peach syrup
3 cups fresh or frozen cranberries
1 cup sugar
2 tablespoons cornstarch
1/2 teaspoon almond extract
2 tablespoons butter

Crumb Topping:
1/2 cup flour
1/2 cup old fashioned rolled oats
1/3 cup brown sugar
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
5 tablespoons cold butter, cut into small pieces

For the filling:  Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.  Mix sugar and cornstarch together in a medium sauce pan.  Add reserved peach syrup and cranberries.  Cook over medium heat until the cranberries crack.  Add drained peaches.  Remove from heat add almond extract and butter..  Stir together.  Ladle into individual 7 pint size jars or a 9 x 9-inch baking dish.

For the crumb topping:  Combine the flour, rolled oats sugar, brown sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg.  Using a pastry blender or your fingers, mix in the butter.  Top each filled jar with 1 1/2 tablespoons of topping or sprinkle over entire 9 x 9-inch filled baking dish.

Sprinkle topping over pie filling and place in oven to bake for 20-25 minutes for individual jars, 40-50 for a 9 x 9-inch baking dish.

149 comments:

  1. Love having apples available in my pantry.

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  2. https://twitter.com/Funny_Face/status/402601840904130560

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  3. Peaches are in the air... It's my 28th birthday today (well, it's almost over now). I got lots of hugs and kisses, and dozens of really awkward photos :D. And my grandma made me a peach mousse cake!!
    Good luck with the giveaway!

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    1. Happy belated birthday! Peach mousse cake sounds divine. You have an awesome grandma.

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  4. For veggies, I love having cucumbers. They're so fresh and delicious. But for fruit, an apple always hits the spot. :)

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  5. I like peaches and pineapples.

    hewella1 at gmail dot com

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  6. I stock canned pineapple and corn on my pantry.
    kellywcu8888ATgmailDOTcom

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  8. We stock a lot of canned corn, peas, beets, tropical fruit, pears, and peaches.
    madelinebrubaker {at} gmail [dot] com

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  9. Tweet link: https://twitter.com/shala_darkstone/status/402780152729325568
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  10. I love this recipe! It's warm and cozy and sounds like something my whole family would enjoy! I love stocking tomatoes and peaches too. They're so versatile and make for a great dessert or enhances dinner recipes!

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  11. My favorites are peaches, corn, mandarin oranges, and cherries! YUM! (But not all together - haha!)

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  12. That looks so delicious! I am definately going to make it :)

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  13. We always have fruit cocktail in our pantry - my husband loves it straight from the can!!! If I try to serve it to him in a dish he'll tell me he, "doesn't need fancy!" What a great sounding recipe and nice giveaway! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  14. I would always like to have peaches, Del Monte french cut string beans, applesauce, pineapple, pimentos, beets, fruit cocktail. I will definitely have to look for these spiced peaches. This looks delicious. Thanks for sharing and the great give away.

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  15. Oh, I love canned peaches. I like the tropical fruit mix, too - it's a nice treat in the dead of winter.

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  16. After reading this recipe-these spiced peaches....YUM!

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  17. I always stock up on peaches and pears. They are so good right out of the can, or handy to use in various dishes.

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  18. After reading this recipe...these spiced peaches!

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  19. Del Monte has wonderful canned produce. This peach crisp looks divine!

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  20. Pears, pineapple, and peaches! I can't get enough of them!

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  21. Peaches, pineapple, pears. I can't get enough of them!

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  22. I stock tons of pumpkin puree - best for random mid-week breads and cookies

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  23. I will always have some canned peaches and pears. Although I love them fresh, sometimes I like to leave the cans in my fridge and eat them right out of the can for dessert.

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  24. I love pears and pineapple and pumpkin!

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  25. The canned pineapple and pears are my favorite!!!

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  26. LOVED this info. Need to amp up my food storage and this gives me confidence to buy Del Monte. Will watch for sales. Prefer fresh, but this has softened my opinion big time. I buy peaches, pears, mandarin oranges, pumpkin, white corn.

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    1. Hi Polly. Try the harvest peaches they are really good. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  27. I like to keep tinned carrots, tomatoes, green beans and sweetcorn in the pantry! I also keep a large amount of tinned fruit because my children are big fans, some of our favorites are pineapple chunks and mandarins in light syrup.
    mummytotwoboys@yahoo.com

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  28. Tweeted https://twitter.com/mummytotwoboys1/status/403256980199833600
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  29. I keep their refrigerated Fruit Naturals Snacks. My husband has a super busy schedule and has a hard time getting his fruits and veggies in. He brings the Fruit Naturals Snack packs to work with him, and gets a few servings of fruit!

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  30. I always have tomatoes stocked on my shelves for last minute recipes

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  31. I keep my pantry stocked with canned tomatoes, peaches, pears, pumpkin and corn.

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  33. I always keep corn and green beans in the cabinets.

    chambanachik at gmail dot com

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  34. Peaches and green beans. I use them the most often, and I think they have the best flavor.

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  35. We always have green beans, creamed corn, and pineapple

    demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

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  36. Green beans for sure. They're about the only canned veggies we eat (the rest are of the frozen variety).

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  37. peaches, corn, green beans are the best stocked usually at my house.

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  38. I liketo have fruit like peaches, pears, pineapple and mandarin oranges and I must have LOTS of cans of tomatoes at all times (I have shelf just for the tomato cans!).
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  39. I posted a tweet too: https://twitter.com/AnnaZed/status/403642059048747008
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  40. I always keep canned corn for corn chowder and creamed corn for corn bread; pineapple chunks for sweet and sour; and mandarin oranges for Asian Salad. Will have to try this peach cobbler!

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  41. I can't live without marachino cherries either. But mine always seem to end up in Dr. Peppers and later lies to my dentist:P The other staples are canned corn and pumpkin. The perfect side and pumpkin bread is always a winner!

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  42. Green beans are a staple for me. Quick and easy and everybody likes them!

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  43. I have green beans, canned corn, carrots and mushrooms. they are staples for throw together meals and soups or stews. Garbonzo beans, onions and garlic for hummus. Dill pickles are a must too. love pinapple and manderan oranges to make in jello salads and recipes. Apple sauce for alternative for oil for baking.

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  44. I like to stock canned beans and pineapple in my pantry
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

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  45. -https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/404094255397736450

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  46. I like to stock up on broccoli, onions and garlic. Can always throw a quick stir-fry with those!

    tariqsaleemrana@yahoo.com

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  47. I would have to say carrots! great as a snack or dinner side
    movalbabysitter at gmail.com

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  48. https://twitter.com/luvmy_babygio/status/404155415094505473
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  49. My food storage room may be my favorite place in my house... ;) I love to store green beans, corn, peaches, pears, pineapple, peas...I like it all! And only you could make canned fruit become so elegant and mouth-watering...yum!

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    1. Oh and I forgot my email is jenpark003 at hotmail .com and I submitted on the blogher site too since I don't have a current blog/twitter...I know I am super lame...haha!

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    2. Thanks for entering the contest and for your kind words. Good luck.

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  50. https://twitter.com/OneFrugalGirl/status/404334015336833024
    onefrugalgirl AT gmail DOT com

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  51. Tomatoes! I've been buying the kind in the box because they are BPA free, but I have a ton of them lined up in the pantry.
    onefrugalgirl AT gmail DOT com

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  52. I can't wait to try this crisp, I love peaches. In my pantry you will always find Del Monte sliced potatoes. Can't have a breakfast burrito without them.

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  53. I stock up on green beans and pears.

    s2s2 at Comcast dot net

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  54. https://twitter.com/susan1215/status/404403039773028352

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  55. ooh green beans, pumpkin puree and pears!

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  56. tweeted!
    https://twitter.com/mabelcchan/status/404437321258237952

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  57. I always stock a variety of canned tomato products--sauce, paste, diced, crushed, etc... Thank you!
    sharonjo at gwtc dot net

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  58. Tweet: https://twitter.com/sharonjo2/status/404451478506463232
    sharonjo at gwtc dot net

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  59. I always have pears you can make a great dessert with sliced pears on pound cake with a scoop of vanilla ice cream so wonderful and easy for the drop in guest esp near the holidays.
    Cathy

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  60. I love to stock canned peaches and corn
    tweety800265(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  61. https://twitter.com/disneyfan40/status/404683821863284736
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  62. I always have tomato products (sauce, petite diced, crushed), pineapple, and peaches on hand. We love the pineapple as the base for smoothies or in chicken or pork dishes, and the peaches are great plain, in fruit salads, with yogurt and nuts, or in crisps. :)

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  63. I have toddlers so peaches, mandarin oranges and pears are always in my pantry! I also love the corn!

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  64. Peaches and pineapple. Janet, I can't wait to make your Thanksgiving turkey and cranberry peach pie in a few days! I could eat the entire pie by myself! Then I'll go run it off. :)

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    1. Thank heaven for running! Have a great Thanksgiving.

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  65. Diced tomatoes. Definitely the most versatile! And mandarin oranges.

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  66. Canned Tomatoes, my favorite are the Roasted Tomatoes. Plus canned beans. I make a lot of soups so always need the tomatoes and beans.

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  67. peaches and mandarin oranges

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  68. Tomatoes and pineapple, I guess.

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  69. Wow this looks incredible! I hear you on fruit in the winter! I stock up on mandarin oranges and pears. We just crave them this time of year!

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  70. Oh my!! The fact that these little gems of desserts are served in baby Mason jars just seals the deal. I will definitely be making this recipe, and although I'm a seasoned corn-nazi (it is so easy to ruin canned corn, but DelMonte gets it right so I always have that in my pantry) it looks like I will have to start making space for these incredible DelMonte peaches as well! I absolutely love your blog! I stumbled upon it about 30 minutes ago and here I am....still browsing...having a "Pinterest--what year is it????" moment....I think I'll be around awhile....

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  71. Wow! I am extremely impressed for your site......Very good site....Very great work .......Good job.........I like it......Very great information.I like it....very awesome blog.....Thanks a lot of sharing that........Thanks.......Well done....

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  72. I like having tomatoes on hand for soup, chili and just about anything else!

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  73. I love keeping canned peaches and canned green beans on hand.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

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  74. tweet--https://twitter.com/WildOrchid985/status/406784285853483008

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  75. I always keep canned pineapples, mandarin oranges, green beans and corn on hand.

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  76. tomatoes and pineapple
    tina19820115@gmail.com

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  77. https://twitter.com/HappyTina0115/status/408410440054480896
    tina19820115@gmail.com

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  78. Oh ya I wanna win this gift card! Me and Elena do love ourselves some Del Monte Peaches. Pick us pick us!

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  79. I make my own canned peaches, but always have canned pears on hand for cooking and snacking on... they're a lot harder to home-can than peaches, I think!

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  80. Pears and pineapples!

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  81. I have an awesome mother. Give me food and the $100 C&B gift card -- I'll share

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  82. https://twitter.com/TiffHilton/status/408659749907881984

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  83. My favorite fruit or vegetables to stock in my pantry are tomatoes and apricots
    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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  84. tweeted:
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  85. I always have canned tomatoes, green beans, and peaches on hand thanks for the giveaway aunteegem@yahoo.com

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  86. I like to keep corn in my pantry! thanks for a chance to win! kmassman gmail

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  87. pineapple, peaches and sour cherries

    eea008@aol.com

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  88. I like peaches.
    MCantu1019 at aol dot com

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  89. I like cabbages because they don't rot easily! I stick almost all my fruits in the fridge, so for pantry stocking, I'd have to say canned fruits, to be specific, canned lychee, it reminds me so much of the tropical, oriental flavors that I grew up with!

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  90. Here's my tweet: https://twitter.com/lilysheng/status/410459793199869952 thank you so much for the giveaway

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  91. I always have pineapple and tomatoes on hand.
    adrianecoros(at)gmail(dot)com

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  92. Peaches and carrots!
    bingomamanorma at gmail dot com

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  93. I always have pineapple and diced tomato with green chilis. I use both in a lot of different recipes ariannasma216 at yahoo dot com

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  94. tweeted https://twitter.com/hzeh818/status/411664965888528384 ariannasma216 at yahoo dot com

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  95. I always have canned peaches and mandarin oranges on hand.

    rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

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  96. Tweeted: https://twitter.com/rhoneygee/status/412484288026669056

    rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

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  97. I always have beets and corn in the pantry
    nannypanpan@gmail.com

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  98. I usually have corn and green beans available in our pantry.
    nuthouse(at)centurytel(dot)net

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  99. I like to keep canned mandarin oranges in my pantry :)

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  100. It's not too exciting, but I LOVE having tomatoes onhand. I plant WAAAAY too many each summer, and they last me all year. :)

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  101. Peaches, pears, pineapples, and green beans.

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  102. https://twitter.com/thetreehugger/status/412861694361092097?refsrc=email

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  103. Great giveaway! I always stock up on pineapples. They are so good right out of the can!

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  104. We always keep canned peaches and pears on hand. They are great for dessert or to add to a meal. Love them with cottage cheese as a main course! We have green beans, peas and corn in there, too. Quick, easy and good for us.

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  105. I love having mandarin oranges. They are great to add to an Asian salad or to just snack on all by themselves!

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  106. I keep pineapple packed in juice in the pantry to use for smoothies.

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  107. I ALWAYS have canned yellow corn & black beans in my pantry! You can throw together a vegetarian tex-mex dish in no time with those two ingredients!

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  108. I would have to say peaches, green beans, and corn! I love the fact that I can have a ready side dish or dessert in a moments notice. Beth at Billandimyskid@sbcglobal.net

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  109. I love pineapple in my pantry and cabbage in my fridge (cabbage lasts a long time and is easy to whip up savory sides with)
    Janet I love your blog! My friend Shari and I have made many of your recipes. Merry Christmas!!
    Thank you,
    Cherie

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  110. I always have canned tomatoes on the shelf.

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  111. Green beans, creamed and whole kernel corn. Also pineapple.

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  112. i love pears and preaches

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  113. https://twitter.com/purplelover04/status/413017820293627904

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  114. Artichokes!!!! Good in anything... salads, hash, pastas, etc...

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  115. I have to have canned pears in my cupboard

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  116. I always have canned peaches and canned green beans in my pantry.

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  117. It seems as if my pantry is about like everyone else. Peaches, peaches are my fruit of choice to can and keep on hand.

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  118. tweeted: https://twitter.com/KerryBishop/status/413064571662761986
    nuthouse(at)centurytel(dot)net

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  119. I like pineapple, sour pie cherries, canned whole tomatoes, and fresh SweeTango apples (yum)

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  120. pineapples and peaches are great to have on hand for desserts :)

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  121. I always have canned peaches and canned tomatoes in my pantry.

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  122. Mine are pears. There is so much that can be made with them.

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  123. i always have canned corn, green beans, tomatoes and peaches in my pantry

    debbiebellows (at) gmail (dot) com

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  124. i posted a tweet:

    https://twitter.com/bellows22/status/413120202448986112

    debbiebellows (at) gmail (dot) com

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  125. I have peaches in my pantry and cranberries on hand to make this recipe on Saturday.

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  126. Peaches are always in my pantry

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  127. I love to stock canned peaches and green beans, yum! (also a sucker for fruit cocktail, guilty pleasure!)

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  128. Can't wait for summer to try this recipe with fresh peaches!

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  129. I love to stock canned peaches

    pokergrl8 at gmail.com

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  130. https://twitter.com/aes529/status/413319468534624256
    pokergrl8 at gmail.com

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  131. I always have cans of chickpeas in my pantry so I can keep us stocked in hummus! LOL
    Angie
    14earth at gmail dot com

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  132. I tweeted here: https://twitter.com/MsTofuFairy/status/413371916850700289
    Angie
    14earth at gmail dot com

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  133. I like to stock up on canned corn.

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  134. https://twitter.com/thomasmurphy40/status/413417686970802176

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  135. Pineapples and peas

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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  136. tweet https://twitter.com/ChelleB36/status/413435338938277888

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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  137. canned tomato b/c we use it in chili and pasta dishes

    seanm1999 at hotmail dot com

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  138. We keep canned corn handy because I make a ton of soups - veggie, turkey noodle, corn chowder etc.

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  139. tweeted
    https://twitter.com/MelindaJoy926/status/421102951487127552

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  140. I always have cans of diced tomatoes and pineapple chunks on hand. Most other produce I prefer buying fresh.

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