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    It's from Madison NC, "Junior Johnson's Midnight Moon".
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    Bet it's really similar. Donate it to a sorority.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    This is totally irrelevant as this stuff is in a mason jar. And it is not distilled from apple juice, it just has apple juice added to it, so it looks like a corporate bastardazation of real home cooking, sorta like Cambells soupinacan.
    I think you should send me a jug so that I can enlighten my western yankeeish self about true southern booze!
    Juice? JUICE?! You can't HANDLE the juice!!!!

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    I'd use it in steaming some seafood.

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    How about using it to make some sort of flaming apple crisp desert?

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    How about using it to make some sort of flaming apple crisp desert?
    +1 That sounds like a delicious idea.

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    A snort sounds good right about now - I have a quart of the stuff coming my way later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    I'd use it in steaming some seafood.

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    THEN PUT IT IN THE SOUS-VIDE!!!! Must you profane that which is holy to me?! Heatherens! YANKEE HEATHERENS!!!

    Hax the Cook CLEAVERS RULE!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hax9215 View Post

    THEN PUT IT IN THE SOUS-VIDE!!!! Must you profane that which is holy to me?! Heatherens! YANKEE HEATHERENS!!!

    Hax the Cook CLEAVERS RULE!!!!
    Sorry Hax, I didn't know that was holy to you For some reason I ran into a recipe a little while back that used an alcohol when steaming clams and it crossed my mind. BUT with that said, I must tell you that I did my undergraduate schoolin' in Danville, KY -- so I am not completely a Yankee Heatheren.

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    Kentucky ain't South.

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