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Apple Mimosa
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  1. In a small saucepan, simmer apple cider until it is reduced to a fourth of its original quantity. It will get thick like syrup. Allow to cool and chill. Lightly rub the rim of each champagne glass with butter, just enough to grease. Dip the greased rim into brown sugar. Add 2 tablespoons of the chilled apple cider syrup and fill the glass ¾ full with champagne. Garnish with an apple slice. Enjoy!
Recipe Notes

That was easy - CRUNCH, SNAP and POST on October 24th for Apple Crunch Day!

Thank you for joining me and local community members, businesses and farmers in raising awareness about eating better for our health and the environment, access and affordability of fruits and vegetables, and supporting local farmers.

Twitter: Use and follow #FoodDay2015 @DigInEatUp

Facebook: DigInEatUp page

A BIG thank you to Barnard’s Orchard and Market for putting the CRUNCH in the pictures of local businesses and farmers. Thanks a bunch of apples, Lewis!!

Enjoy these recipes from John Serock Catering.

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That was easy – CRUNCH, SNAP and POST on October 24th for Apple Crunch Day!
Thank you for joining me and local community members, businesses and farmers in raising awareness about eating better for our health and the environment, access and affordability of fruits and vegetables, and supporting local farmers.

Twitter: Use and follow #FoodDay2015 @DigInEatUp

Facebook: DigInEatUp page

A BIG thank you to Barnard’s Orchard and Market for putting the CRUNCH in the pictures of local businesses and farmers. Thanks a bunch of apples, Lewis!!

Enjoy these recipes from John Serock Catering.

Print Recipe
Apple Mimosa
Instructions
  1. In a small saucepan, simmer apple cider until it is reduced to a fourth of its original quantity. It will get thick like syrup. Allow to cool and chill. Lightly rub the rim of each champagne glass with butter, just enough to grease. Dip the greased rim into brown sugar. Add 2 tablespoons of the chilled apple cider syrup and fill the glass ¾ full with champagne. Garnish with an apple slice. Enjoy!
Recipe Notes

That was easy - CRUNCH, SNAP and POST on October 24th for Apple Crunch Day!

Thank you for joining me and local community members, businesses and farmers in raising awareness about eating better for our health and the environment, access and affordability of fruits and vegetables, and supporting local farmers.

Twitter: Use and follow #FoodDay2015 @DigInEatUp

Facebook: DigInEatUp page

A BIG thank you to Barnard’s Orchard and Market for putting the CRUNCH in the pictures of local businesses and farmers. Thanks a bunch of apples, Lewis!!

Enjoy these recipes from John Serock Catering.

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