Saturday, October 5, 2013

Local Fall Lunch Menu ( Pumpkin Ale Ice Cream Liquid Nitrogen Action Station )

Panini Station with Soup ( 2 soups & 2 Panini’s - include a veggie option for each) Butternut Soup / Toasted Pistachio , Hazelnut Crème Shrimp Chowder / Pop Overs Whole Grain Bread / Pickled carrots , arugula , Golden Raisin Peach jam , Sweet Grass Cheese Pretzel Roll / Roasted Turkey , Cranberry Jam spread , Local Gruyere cheese, Orchard apples Fall Salad Bar Local Georgia farm Lettuce , Arugula , Spinach , Roasted baby beets , Whipped Goat Cheese , Toasted pumpkin seeds, Roasted Brussel Sprouts, Peanuts , Apple wood bacon , Pickled Onions , Roasted pumpkin , roasted butternut squash, Roasted Cauliflower, Mint Edamame, Corn Bread crotons, Avocado Ranch , house made Apple Vinaigrette, red Wine Vinaigrette, Olive Oil Pearls , Balsamic Vinaigrette Pearls Hot: Pulled Chicken , Pulled Pork Belly , Grilled Skirt steak , Lemon Pepper Shrimp Pumpkin Ale Ice Cream Liquid Nitrogen Action Station Mini funnel cakes action station (attendant frying) House Made Caramel Apples (wrapped to go)

Monday, November 5, 2012


Cover Photo
There's nothing normal about being a Moonshiner, and that's the way the 'shiners love it! Unorthodox ways of living exist everywhere
While we’re waiting for the mash to ferment, cast your vote for the next steps of the Moonshiners Tweet-Powered Distillery! We need to choose the flavor profile and labels:


Drink Beer its good fro you !

Beer comes with health benefits, Heineken’s chief commercial officer told CNBC, offering drinkers a new reason to indulge.

Bloomberg | Getty Images
A half pint of Heineken contains around 85 calories

“There is everything healthy about beer,” said Alexis Nasard, chief commercial officer for the Dutch brewing giant.

Nasard argued that beer has fewer calories than milk and contains no additives.

“Beer has much less calories than many things you can think about… Beer has fewer calories than a glass of milk,” he said.

“The other thing is beer is one of the few drinks that is purely natural; it is water, hops, barley and yeast, which is quite healthy.”

Nasard’s comments were reminiscent of Guinness’s famed advertising slogan, “Beer is good for you,” dating from the 1920s. Pregnant women and nursing mothers were encouraged to drink Guinness for its reputedly high iron content.

According to the U.K.’s Beer Education Trust, a half-pint (284 milliliters) of 3.8 percent bitter (pale ale) contains 85 calories, while the same-sized glass of orange juice has 128 calories.

Meanwhile, a medium-sized glass (175 milliliters) of white wine contains 131 calories and red wine has 119 calories.

“Beer is around 95 percent water, contains very few free sugars to convert into fat, which gives it a low glycaemic load, and has a relatively low level of alcohol (ethanol) per volume. This all means that it is less fattening than spirits or wine,” said Jack Edmonds, a Harley Street General Practitioner in London, in a report by the Beer Education Trust.

“It is not beer that makes you fat but the lifestyle and eating habits which may go along with beer drinking.”

Edmonds added: “However this doesn’t mean we can all rush out and drink huge amounts of beer… All the benefits of beer — health, social and psychological — are only enjoyed when beer is drunk in moderation and preferably with a low alcohol content.”

In his interview with CNBC, Nasard said that Heineken [HEIA-NL 48.61 -0.095 (-0.19%) ] , the world’s third largest brewer, aims to surprise consumers with its branding and advertising campaigns.

“You want to keep it cool, but you also want to keep it surprising. What we want is to come with surprising messages, which get people saying ‘What are they doing?’” he said.

“We were one of the first brewers that tried to move away from the ‘big fat beer’ jokes, creating advertising that is unisex, complex and has an artistic dimension.”

Nasard highlighted Heineken’s product placement in the latest James Bond film, Skyfall, as an example of the brand’s “surprise” policy. In his third appearance as Bond, Daniel Craig is shown sipping a Heineken beer rather than his trademark vodka martini.

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Happy Halloween Party Food Recipes ( Candy Apples Recipes )

Guacamoldy Eyeballs

Setting your sights on a fright-filled party spread? Make sure these creepy peepers — which are egg whites filled with a tangy and tasty mix of avocado and creamy taco sauce — are included.

Saucy Spider with Hairy Leg Sticks

Spin a web of doughy deliciousness with this party-perfect Halloween appetizer. If you can't find pizza dough at your supermarket, try a local pizza parlor, which will likely sell you a fresh ball. For extra effect, sprinkle the legs with poppy seeds, in addition to Parmesan.

Candy Apples

Create a bewitching version of this beloved candy-coated treat by dipping small Red Delicious apples in a bright red syrup flavored with red cinnamon candies.

Create a bewitching version of this beloved candy-coated treat by dipping small Red Delicious apples in a bright red syrup flavored with red cinnamon candies.

Do you have an alternate version of this recipe?
Nutritional Information
(per serving)
Calories 298
Total Fat 1g
Saturated Fat 0
Cholesterol 0
Sodium 27mg
Total Carbohydrate 76g
Dietary Fiber 2g
Sugars n/a
Protein 0
Calcium --
Jonny Valiant/Woman's Day
Serves: 12 Edit
Total Time: 1 hr 30 min
Prep Time: 45 min
U.S. Metric Conversion chart
  • 12 very small Red Delicious apples (from bagged apples)
  • 12 (8-in. long) clean twigs, thin wooden dowels or candy sticks
  • 2 cup(s) sugar
  • 1 cup(s) each light corn syrup and hot water
  • 1/2 cup(s) red cinnamon candies (like Red Hots)
  • 1/4 teaspoon(s) liquid red food color

  1. Line a large baking sheet with nonstick foil or parchment paper.
  2. Wash and thoroughly dry apples; remove stems. Insert twigs firmly into stem ends.
  3. Combine sugar, corn syrup and water in a medium saucepan over medium-high heat; stir until sugar dissolves. Attach a candy thermometer to side of pan. Continue to cook, without stirring, until mixture reaches 250°F (wipe down sides of pan with a wet pastry brush occasionally to prevent crystallization).
  4. When mixture reaches 250°F, add cinnamon candies and stir just to blend. Continue to cook until 300°F, about 15 to 20 minutes. Remove syrup from heat and swirl in food color, tilting saucepan, until blended. Let mixture settle for a minute until bubbles slow down.
  5. Holding an apple by the twig and tilting pan, dip and swirl apple until coated. Lift apple and gently twirl over saucepan, letting excess drip back into pan. Place on prepared baking sheet, twig up. Repeat with remaining apples.
  6. Allow apples to stand at room temperature until candy coating hardens, about 1 hour. Candy apples can be made up to 1 day ahead and stored at room temperature.

    Witch's Wicked Punch

    This frightfully refreshing concoction is made from lemon-lime seltzer and lime sherbet. Be sure to use a clear punch bowl to reveal the ghoulish beverage.


Sunday, October 21, 2012



2 8 oz. packages cream cheese (softened)
4 cups powdered sugar
1 15 oz can of pumpkin
2 teaspoons cinnamon
1 teaspoon ground clove

Mix cream cheese & sugar until smooth. add pumpkin,cinnamon & ground clove. Mix until combined. Refrigerate! Serve with ginger snaps, vanilla wafers, or graham crackers!! Tastes just like PUMPKIN PIE!!!!