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  1. #1
    Frank Burns Guest

    Default Apple Pie in a Jar

    Apple Pie in a Jar

    Ingredients:
    1 gallon apple cider
    1 gallon apple juice
    3 cups sugar
    6 cinnamon sticks (I sprinkled with additional
    cinnamon for good measure)
    1 750 ml bottle Moonshine or Everclear grain
    alcohol

    Procedure
    Preparation:
    1 Bring apple cider, apple juice, sugar and
    cinnamon sticks to a boil.
    2 Cool completely and add Everclear.
    3 We made this at home and served it chilled. We
    had many repeat customers who knew it was in our
    coolers. Be careful though, it is more potent than
    it tastes!!!

    Notes
    Be careful....this is more potent than it tastes!
    I served this chilled......but I imagine it would
    be great heated.

    If you have access to "Tennessee Spring Water" or
    other 'Shine, I understand that it works equally
    well. ;>)



  2. #2
    notbob Guest

    Default Re: Apple Pie in a Jar

    On 2011-05-08, Frank Burns <[email protected]> wrote:

    > I served this chilled......but I imagine it would
    > be great heated.


    Or jes room temp. This is the classic standby at mountain man rendezvous
    re-enactments, where wannabes dress up like 18th century mountain men
    and get all crazy and sell their "authentic" wares while tippin' a
    "jug" o' apple pie off their arm.

    http://www.crazycrow.com/Colorado-Rendezvous.php

    Watch the movie The Mountain Men w/ Charlton Heston and Brian Keith
    and save the gas money. Drink rotgut of yer choice and have a
    porcelain bus to drive within handy reach.

    nb

  3. #3
    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: Apple Pie in a Jar

    On Sat, 7 May 2011 21:30:40 -0400, Frank Burns wrote:

    > Apple Pie in a Jar
    >
    > Ingredients:
    > 1 gallon apple cider
    > 1 gallon apple juice
    > 3 cups sugar
    > 6 cinnamon sticks (I sprinkled with additional
    > cinnamon for good measure)
    > 1 750 ml bottle Moonshine or Everclear grain
    > alcohol


    Wouldn't that be a small fish tank rather than a "jar"?

    -sw

  4. #4
    Frank Burns Guest

    Default Re: Apple Pie in a Jar

    Sqwertz wrote:
    > On Sat, 7 May 2011 21:30:40 -0400, Frank Burns
    > wrote:
    >
    >> Apple Pie in a Jar
    >>
    >> Ingredients:
    >> 1 gallon apple cider
    >> 1 gallon apple juice
    >> 3 cups sugar
    >> 6 cinnamon sticks (I sprinkled with additional
    >> cinnamon for good measure)
    >> 1 750 ml bottle Moonshine or Everclear grain
    >> alcohol

    >
    > Wouldn't that be a small fish tank rather than a
    > "jar"?
    >
    > -sw


    Looks like I left out the last step

    Pour into 1 qt Mason jars with lids to save



  5. #5
    Kate Connally Guest

    Default Re: Apple Pie in a Jar

    On 5/7/2011 9:30 PM, Frank Burns wrote:
    > Apple Pie in a Jar
    >
    > Ingredients:
    > 1 gallon apple cider
    > 1 gallon apple juice
    > 3 cups sugar
    > 6 cinnamon sticks (I sprinkled with additional
    > cinnamon for good measure)
    > 1 750 ml bottle Moonshine or Everclear grain
    > alcohol
    >
    > Procedure
    > Preparation:
    > 1 Bring apple cider, apple juice, sugar and
    > cinnamon sticks to a boil.
    > 2 Cool completely and add Everclear.
    > 3 We made this at home and served it chilled. We
    > had many repeat customers who knew it was in our
    > coolers. Be careful though, it is more potent than
    > it tastes!!!
    >
    > Notes
    > Be careful....this is more potent than it tastes!
    > I served this chilled......but I imagine it would
    > be great heated.
    >
    > If you have access to "Tennessee Spring Water" or
    > other 'Shine, I understand that it works equally
    > well. ;>)


    Did you get this recipe from Mags Bennett on "Justified"?

    Kate

    --
    Kate Connally
    If I were as old as I feel, Id be dead already.
    Goldfish: The wholesome snack that smiles back,
    Until you bite their heads off.
    What if the hokey pokey really *is* what it's all about?
    mailto:[email protected]

  6. #6
    Cindy Hamilton Guest

    Default Re: Apple Pie in a Jar

    On May 10, 1:06*pm, Kate Connally <conna...@pitt.nospam.edu> wrote:
    > On 5/7/2011 9:30 PM, Frank Burns wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > Apple Pie in a Jar

    >
    > > Ingredients:
    > > 1 gallon apple cider
    > > 1 gallon apple juice
    > > 3 cups sugar
    > > 6 cinnamon sticks (I sprinkled with additional
    > > cinnamon for good measure)
    > > 1 750 ml bottle Moonshine or Everclear grain
    > > alcohol

    >
    > > Procedure
    > > Preparation:
    > > 1 Bring apple cider, apple juice, sugar and
    > > cinnamon sticks to a boil.
    > > 2 Cool completely and add Everclear.
    > > 3 We made this at home and served it chilled. We
    > > had many repeat customers who knew it was in our
    > > coolers. Be careful though, it is more potent than
    > > it tastes!!!

    >
    > > Notes
    > > Be careful....this is more potent than it tastes!
    > > I served this chilled......but I imagine it would
    > > be great heated.

    >
    > > If you have access to "Tennessee Spring Water" or
    > > other 'Shine, I understand that it works equally
    > > well. *;>)

    >
    > Did you get this recipe from Mags Bennett on "Justified"?


    If he did, I'm bringing my OWN glass.

    Cindy Hamilton

  7. #7
    Kate Connally Guest

    Default Re: Apple Pie in a Jar

    On 5/10/2011 3:29 PM, Cindy Hamilton wrote:
    > On May 10, 1:06 pm, Kate Connally<conna...@pitt.nospam.edu> wrote:
    >> On 5/7/2011 9:30 PM, Frank Burns wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>> Apple Pie in a Jar

    >>
    >>> Ingredients:
    >>> 1 gallon apple cider
    >>> 1 gallon apple juice
    >>> 3 cups sugar
    >>> 6 cinnamon sticks (I sprinkled with additional
    >>> cinnamon for good measure)
    >>> 1 750 ml bottle Moonshine or Everclear grain
    >>> alcohol

    >>
    >>> Procedure
    >>> Preparation:
    >>> 1 Bring apple cider, apple juice, sugar and
    >>> cinnamon sticks to a boil.
    >>> 2 Cool completely and add Everclear.
    >>> 3 We made this at home and served it chilled. We
    >>> had many repeat customers who knew it was in our
    >>> coolers. Be careful though, it is more potent than
    >>> it tastes!!!

    >>
    >>> Notes
    >>> Be careful....this is more potent than it tastes!
    >>> I served this chilled......but I imagine it would
    >>> be great heated.

    >>
    >>> If you have access to "Tennessee Spring Water" or
    >>> other 'Shine, I understand that it works equally
    >>> well. ;>)

    >>
    >> Did you get this recipe from Mags Bennett on "Justified"?

    >
    > If he did, I'm bringing my OWN glass.
    >
    > Cindy Hamilton


    Ah, another fan. I just *love* that show! I recently read
    a couple of Elmore Leonard's books that feature Raylan
    Givens. They were okay, but I like the tv version better.

    Kate

    --
    Kate Connally
    If I were as old as I feel, Id be dead already.
    Goldfish: The wholesome snack that smiles back,
    Until you bite their heads off.
    What if the hokey pokey really *is* what it's all about?
    mailto:[email protected]

  8. #8
    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Apple Pie in a Jar

    On Sat, 7 May 2011 21:30:40 -0400, "Frank Burns" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >Apple Pie in a Jar
    >
    >Ingredients:
    >1 gallon apple cider
    >1 gallon apple juice
    >3 cups sugar
    >6 cinnamon sticks (I sprinkled with additional
    >cinnamon for good measure)
    >1 750 ml bottle Moonshine or Everclear grain
    >alcohol
    >
    >Procedure
    >Preparation:
    >1 Bring apple cider, apple juice, sugar and
    >cinnamon sticks to a boil.
    >2 Cool completely and add Everclear.
    >3 We made this at home and served it chilled. We
    >had many repeat customers who knew it was in our
    >coolers. Be careful though, it is more potent than
    >it tastes!!!
    >
    >Notes
    >Be careful....this is more potent than it tastes!
    >I served this chilled......but I imagine it would
    >be great heated.
    >
    >If you have access to "Tennessee Spring Water" or
    >other 'Shine, I understand that it works equally
    >well. ;>)
    >


    You forgot a part.
    Before you drink any of this stuff, get a list of local Alcoholics
    Anonymous meetings. By the time you finish drinking this stuff,
    you'll need to go to those meetings. You can get a list here:
    www.aa.org

    Or, substitute the alcohol with gingerale and you wont need the AA
    meetings.


  9. #9
    Cindy Hamilton Guest

    Default Re: Apple Pie in a Jar

    On May 12, 1:07*am, homeofthebr...@facebook.com wrote:
    > On Sat, 7 May 2011 21:30:40 -0400, "Frank Burns" <fer...@masche.let>
    > wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > >Apple Pie in a Jar

    >
    > >Ingredients:
    > >1 gallon apple cider
    > >1 gallon apple juice
    > >3 cups sugar
    > >6 cinnamon sticks (I sprinkled with additional
    > >cinnamon for good measure)
    > >1 750 ml bottle Moonshine or Everclear grain
    > >alcohol

    >
    > >Procedure
    > >Preparation:
    > >1 Bring apple cider, apple juice, sugar and
    > >cinnamon sticks to a boil.
    > >2 Cool completely and add Everclear.
    > >3 We made this at home and served it chilled. We
    > >had many repeat customers who knew it was in our
    > >coolers. Be careful though, it is more potent than
    > >it tastes!!!

    >
    > >Notes
    > >Be careful....this is more potent than it tastes!
    > >I served this chilled......but I imagine it would
    > >be great heated.

    >
    > >If you have access to "Tennessee Spring Water" or
    > >other 'Shine, I understand that it works equally
    > >well. *;>)

    >
    > You forgot a part.
    > Before you drink any of this stuff, get a list of local Alcoholics
    > Anonymous meetings. *By the time you finish drinking this stuff,
    > you'll need to go to those meetings. *You can get a list here:www.aa.org
    >
    > Or, substitute the alcohol with gingerale and you wont need the AA
    > meetings.


    Are you aware that it's possible to enjoy alcholic beverages, even on
    a
    daily basis, and not be an alcoholic?

    Contrariwise, it's possible to be an alcholic and drink nothing
    stronger
    than beer.

    What's your point, exactly?

    Cindy Hamilton

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    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Apple Pie in a Jar

    On Thu, 12 May 2011 07:11:36 -0700 (PDT), Cindy Hamilton
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Are you aware that it's possible to enjoy alcholic beverages, even on
    >a
    >daily basis, and not be an alcoholic?
    >
    >Contrariwise, it's possible to be an alcholic and drink nothing
    >stronger
    >than beer.
    >
    >What's your point, exactly?
    >
    >Cindy Hamilton


    My point is that YOU need a meeting. AA was created with you in mind.
    Dont bother replying to this message, time is being wasted, and you
    need to get to an AA meeting immediately. You're life is in danger.
    YOU are an alcoholic, and YOU are in denial.

    Go to www.aa.org and find a meeting. Do this NOW! Tomorrow may be
    too late.




  11. #11
    Landon Guest

    Default Re: Apple Pie in a Jar

    On Thu, 12 May 2011 07:11:36 -0700 (PDT), Cindy Hamilton
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Are you aware that it's possible to enjoy alcholic beverages, even on
    >a
    >daily basis, and not be an alcoholic?
    >
    >Contrariwise, it's possible to be an alcholic and drink nothing
    >stronger
    >than beer.
    >
    >What's your point, exactly?
    >
    >Cindy Hamilton


    His/Her point was that he/she has no self-control, just like anyone
    else who allows themselves to become dependant on alcohol.

    There are those who can control themselves and are not in denial, as
    there is nothing to deny.

    40 years of work with no absences due to booze. No problems in the
    home or at work. No money problems, no emotional problems, no memory
    lapses, none of the typical alcoholic behavior. Sometimes I drink
    booze daily, sometimes not for weeks.

    Not everyone is prone to addiction due to lack of self-control but ALL
    people who have no self-control and DO allow themselves to become
    alcoholics THINK everyone else is as weak as they are.

    I've never met an alcoholic who didn't think anyone who ever had a
    drink wasn't one as well. Misery loves company. AA people are like
    "saved" and "born-again" people. They want to have everyone join their
    little club of brain-washed zombies.

    Your drink sounds like it would taste great.

  12. #12
    Cindy Hamilton Guest

    Default Re: Apple Pie in a Jar

    On May 14, 4:06*pm, homeofthebr...@facebook.com wrote:
    > On Thu, 12 May 2011 07:11:36 -0700 (PDT), Cindy Hamilton
    >
    > <angelicapagane...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > >Are you aware that it's possible to enjoy alcholic beverages, even on
    > >a
    > >daily basis, and not be an alcoholic?

    >
    > >Contrariwise, it's possible to be an alcholic and drink nothing
    > >stronger
    > >than beer.

    >
    > >What's your point, exactly?

    >
    > >Cindy Hamilton

    >
    > My point is that YOU need a meeting. *AA was created with you in mind.
    > Dont bother replying to this message, time is being wasted, and you
    > need to get to an AA meeting immediately. *You're life is in danger.
    > YOU are an alcoholic, and YOU are in denial.
    >
    > Go towww.aa.organd find a meeting. *Do this NOW! *Tomorrow may be
    > too late.


    Dude, I have a single beer about once a month. I don't need AA.

    Cindy Hamilton

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