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 Post subject: Re: Apple Cider
PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2011 4:00 am 
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It's come to my attention that apple cider can also be served cold. Is this true?

Absolutely. I drink it cold like 95% of the time.


So do I. I've had two types of cider this year, Gala and Honey Crisp (from the brand in the link) and I am hooked on both. I want to try their Fuji one too, if I can find it. The apple cider cupcake recipe at the bottom sounds interesting, I think I'm going to give it a try... http://www.litehousefoods.com/products/ ... pple-cider

I kinda wish I hadn't posted that pic of the donuts, I'm having withdrawls.

Apple cider should be purchased from local orchards.


I definitely agree. When I lived in IL, we either made our own (we had several, different kinds of apple trees) or we bought it from the orchard that was 10 miles away (the place that sells those donuts). There really aren't any orchards in Las Vegas. =(

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 Post subject: Re: Apple Cider
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TwoAlarmFire wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
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cutuphalfdead wrote:
washing machine wrote:
It's come to my attention that apple cider can also be served cold. Is this true?

Absolutely. I drink it cold like 95% of the time.


So do I. I've had two types of cider this year, Gala and Honey Crisp (from the brand in the link) and I am hooked on both. I want to try their Fuji one too, if I can find it. The apple cider cupcake recipe at the bottom sounds interesting, I think I'm going to give it a try... http://www.litehousefoods.com/products/ ... pple-cider

I kinda wish I hadn't posted that pic of the donuts, I'm having withdrawls.

Apple cider should be purchased from local orchards.


I definitely agree. When I lived in IL, we either made our own (we had several, different kinds of apple trees) or we bought it from the orchard that was 10 miles away (the place that sells those donuts). There really aren't any orchards in Las Vegas. =(

Oh yeah, Las Vegas.

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 Post subject: Re: Apple Cider
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 Post subject: Re: Apple Cider
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I'm a recent convert to cider. I drank two gallons of some local stuff when I spent a weekend in the White Mountains last October, and I really miss it. I've been drinking this since I've been back in Houston, but it's not the same. I wish I could remember the names of some of those Maine and New Hampshire orchards.


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 Post subject: Re: Apple Cider
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I'm a recent convert to cider. I drank two gallons of some local stuff when I spent a weekend in the White Mountains last October, and I really miss it. I've been drinking this since I've been back in Houston, but it's not the same. I wish I could remember the names of some of those Maine and New Hampshire orchards.

I would never buy cider in a bottle like that. Not in a million years.

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 Post subject: Re: Apple Cider
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You might have to one day.


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 Post subject: Re: Apple Cider
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Poppycock!

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 Post subject: Re: Apple Cider
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What if you moved to Houston, with me?


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 Post subject: Re: Apple Cider
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I'd have it shipped down.

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 Post subject: Re: Apple Cider
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This is why I wish that I could remember the names of all of those orchards.


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 Post subject: Re: Apple Cider
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There are plenty of orchards all over New England and it doesn't matter which one you get your cider from.

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I'm hesitant to say this, especially considering how much I like you and how much I enjoyed Boston, but Pete, New Hampshire might be where it's at.


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You don't know what the fuck you're talking about.

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I'm with Reid on this one, Pete.


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 Post subject: Re: Apple Cider
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Well no, I don't. Still, the fact remains that I felt at home in New Hampshire. The small roads, the cozy homes, the smell of burning wood, the friendly people. It all reminded me of Pinewood Estates, the heavily wooded subdivision that I grew up in.


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If by it you mean fat people and meth, then sure.

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The lakes region sure is special, for sure.

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how do you feel about racists, reed? NH is brimming with them

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It's come to my attention that apple cider can also be served cold. Is this true?


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