Thursday, October 11, 2012

Update from the Field: Senoia Icepick

Disturbing reports continue to surface of the existence of a walled community in Coweta County, Georgia. The WDSCB has heard from several survivors who assert that a self-proclaimed "Governor" has seized power there. This "Governor" has cobbled together a ramshackle army and has the potential to seize control of the entire southeastern region of the state. 

We would urge all survivors in the area not to venture near this part of the county until these reports can be independently verified. Our best wishes for continued safety go out to: Brian, Kim, Sammy, CrossbowKT, Larry, and Sarah. We sincerely thank them for their updates, even in the face of constant danger.

As cooler weather approaches the United States, all survivors should be making efforts to prepare as outlined in the FEMA manual for Emergency Preparedness. In addition to fuel and warmer clothing, alcoholic beverages can be useful. Heavy in caloric content, they can also create a warming sensation, although Survivors should not repeatedly rely on alcohol as a solution to exposure.

The "Icepick" is traditionally served in summertime and contains iced tea, lemon and vodka. While refreshing, it would not be suitable for cooler climates. 

So the WDSCB presents the "Senoia Icepick" in honor of the brave survivors of Georgia who are facing this new threat without the aid of Federal troops. Rich and flavorful (with hints of caramel and pecan), this unique hot toddy will be perfect to serve before your Group members have to take their turn keeping watch.

We would like to also dedicate this unique beverage to Krystal. Her words of wisdom regarding roadtrips with strangers will serve to remind us to always be vigilant in this harsh new world. 

Senoia Icepick

1/2 cup Caramel Vodka (Stoli's, Smirnoff , Van Gogh or Sobieski's)
1 3/4 cup Almond or Dairy milk
1 jar Marshmallow fluff
Pecans (Emerald Glazed Pecans if you can find them), choppped

In a small pan over medium heat (or medium campfire coals) mix the milk and vodka. Stir gently until hot. Pour into mugs (ones with handles). 

Top with a large tablespoon of Marshmallow fluff.

Sprinkle with chopped pecans and serve. (Makes two servings)

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