Thursday, March 29, 2012

Apple Barn Julep Drink

In Tennessee there is a GREAT restaurant called The Apple Barn.

Everything there is delicious.


Once you order, the waitress brings this little cup of cold drink.

Emphasis is on little.

Because I want a big cup of this cold drink.

I want the entire pitcher of this drink on my little table.

I want to be hooked up intravenously to this drink.

I bought The Apple Barn Cookbook because it had the recipe for this drink . . .
this was way before smart-phones. . .

where I could take the book in a corner and act like I was totally interested in the book
and be all "consumed" with the incredible recipes, all the while, trying to get my smart-phone camera out so that I could snap a picture of the single recipe that I wanted,  then decided that I really didn't need the recipe book . . .

Not that I would have done that; I'm just saying I have the whole recipe book for this one recipe!

Apple Barn Julep

1 quart apple juice
1 cup pineapple juice
1 cup orange juice
1/4 cup lemon juice

Pour everything into a pitcher, mix well and chill. 

Serve to the friends you really like . . .keep the rest for yourself.

1 comment:

  1. Jaxphilly@comcast.netSeptember 3, 2012 at 9:04 PM

    My wife and my daughter and I went to AppleBarn restaurant and drank their Julep. We loved it. They provided a tiny paper handout of the recipe, but I lost it. Three years later (tonight), I decided to "google" to find the recipe; alas, it was not on their website. However, I came across your post. Thank you very much, I'm going to try to make the drink and surprise my family. God Bless.