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okie
12-03-2012, 07:12
This weekend fr the first time ever I tried, Cherry juice. I only have one thing to say about it, "Crack on Crack":drink::supergrin:

kirgi08
12-03-2012, 07:31
Mark,you did say it again.'08. :tongueout:

JBnTX
12-03-2012, 07:57
Cherry juice is good.

Drain You
12-03-2012, 08:22
Cherry Juice, or cherry juice?

I mean are you talking about the red syrup that cherries in a jar float in or some product? Because if you are talking about that, WHAT TOOK YOU SO LONG?

If it is a product, I must know about it.

tous
12-03-2012, 08:25
How many cherries had to die to feed your depravity?

Huh?

How many?

Oh, the plantmanity!

<--- has used cherry pits as ammunition

Bruce M
12-03-2012, 08:31
Hmmm something else to look for the next time I get to the store...

okie
12-03-2012, 08:40
How many cherries had to die to feed your depravity?

Huh?

How many?

Oh, the plantmanity!

<--- has used cherry pits as ammunition
Not sure how many cherries died, Doug probably a few:supergrin:

okie
12-03-2012, 08:41
Cherry juice is good.

It sure is my friend:supergrin:

okie
12-03-2012, 08:42
Cherry Juice, or cherry juice?

I mean are you talking about the red syrup that cherries in a jar float in or some product? Because if you are talking about that, WHAT TOOK YOU SO LONG?

If it is a product, I must know about it.
It's juice from the fruit that comes from trees:dunno::supergrin:

Drain You
12-03-2012, 08:49
It's juice from the fruit that comes from trees:dunno::supergrin:



Oh so you do mean water, sugar, and food coloring :tongueout:

BAILIFF
12-03-2012, 08:58
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exmdshooter
12-03-2012, 09:34
Cherry juice is good stuff, as are the cherries that come in a jar floating in the stuff (which is also good). And apparently we humans aren't the only ones that like that sweet fruit. My wife has started her Christmas baking, and one thing she made were some chocolate cookies with one of those half sweetened cherries on top. Over the weekend a mouse found her stash on the counter downstairs, pulled the saran wrap off the top of the container and stole a cookie. He dragged it to a corner, then proceeded to eat the cherry and the bit of cookie underneath, leaving what looked like a chocolate doughnut.

A standard Victor trap baited with a sugar-coated raisin (stolen from a box of raisin bran) always does the trick for me... and this time was no exception. The next night was his last. Bwa-ha-ha!!!

gwalchmai
12-03-2012, 09:36
Cherry juice is great for the gout, too.

czsmithGT
12-03-2012, 10:12
Cherry Juice Power!!!!

http://www.cherryjuicepower.com/fruitresearchbenefits.htm

Steel Head
12-03-2012, 10:14
You liked it SOOOOOO much you started two threads about it:rofl:

GOOD STUFF:wavey:
Can't wait till June to pick some fresh ones:eat:

PBCounty
12-03-2012, 10:25
I wonder how that would blend with vodka.

kirgi08
12-03-2012, 10:39
Cold juice and room temp vodka = :drunk:

NH Trucker
12-03-2012, 11:09
Okie, when I was a kid, my mother would use cherries in her holiday baking. I found that mixing the juice with milk was really, REALLY good. Always made me look forward to the holidays. :wavey:




I wonder how that would blend with vodka.



It mixes VERY well. :supergrin:

kirgi08
12-03-2012, 11:28
How many cherries had to die to feed your depravity?

Huh?

How many?

Oh, the plantmanity!

<--- has used cherry pits as ammunition

Now Doug,I shoot hardened 147grn tangerine seeds outta my SW 915.Youse been trumped unlessn youse counts wheelies.'08. :whistling: :tongueout:

How'd I do.:whistling:

okie
12-04-2012, 07:09
Oh so you do mean water, sugar, and food coloring :tongueout:

Well the container says Cherry juice, I didn't look at the ingredients:embarassed:

okie
12-04-2012, 07:11
Cherry juice is good stuff, as are the cherries that come in a jar floating in the stuff (which is also good). And apparently we humans aren't the only ones that like that sweet fruit. My wife has started her Christmas baking, and one thing she made were some chocolate cookies with one of those half sweetened cherries on top. Over the weekend a mouse found her stash on the counter downstairs, pulled the saran wrap off the top of the container and stole a cookie. He dragged it to a corner, then proceeded to eat the cherry and the bit of cookie underneath, leaving what looked like a chocolate doughnut.

A standard Victor trap baited with a sugar-coated raisin (stolen from a box of raisin bran) always does the trick for me... and this time was no exception. The next night was his last. Bwa-ha-ha!!!

Death to that mouse my friend:rofl::rofl:

okie
12-04-2012, 07:13
You liked it SOOOOOO much you started two threads about it:rofl:

GOOD STUFF:wavey:
Can't wait till June to pick some fresh ones:eat:

I did:headscratch:

okie
12-04-2012, 07:14
Okie, when I was a kid, my mother would use cherries in her holiday baking. I found that mixing the juice with milk was really, REALLY good. Always made me look forward to the holidays. :wavey:








It mixes VERY well. :supergrin:
I don't drink milk so I'll never find out my friend:supergrin:

Magnus2131
12-04-2012, 07:16
I need to drink it for my Rheumatoid.

NH Trucker
12-04-2012, 07:40
I don't drink milk so I'll never find out my friend:supergrin:


Well, PBCountry mentioned mixing it with vodka. You can always go that route :supergrin:




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Unlocked
12-04-2012, 07:54
Cherry juice is great for the gout, too.

Yup, but supposedly it needs to be unpasteurized cherry juice or it doesn't do much good.....Or so I'm told.

reel1
12-04-2012, 12:49
229436i like my cherries 100 proof!