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October Recipes: Cooking With Chambourcin!

October Recipes: Cooking With Chambourcin!
Cooking With... Chambourcin!
This flavorful red wine has been a Lehigh Valley favorite for years. But did you know that it's also a wonderful recipe item?
Venison With Chambourcin Sauce
Ingredients
  • 1 qt venison stock
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/2 cup cider vinegar
  • olive oil
  • 1 cup Pinnacle Ridge Chambourcin wine
  • 1 lb venison top round, sliced in 1/4"-thick steaks
  • salt
  • black pepper, freshly ground
  • 1/4 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 oz. unsalted butter, clarified
Instructions
1.) Simmer stock in saucepan over medium heat; reduce by 50 percent 2.) Melt sugar in second pan over low heat until sugar turns amber. 3.) Stir cider vinegar into caramelized sugar until sugar dissolves; add to reduced stock. 4.) Simmer until only 2 cups of liquid remain; remove from heat; reserve. 5.) Heat oil in skillet until hot. 6.) Season venison steaks; dredge in flour; saute in pan until medium rare; transfer to platter. 7.) Drain excess oil from skillet; deglaze with wine; reduce by half; add stock/sauce reduction; reduce to 2 cups. 8.) Arrange venison on hot plates; nap with sauce.

Stay Tuned For Summer 2018!

Stay Tuned For Summer 2018!
Soon enough, winter will be over and we'll have a brand new lineup of concerts for Summer 2018!
This time around, ALL concerts will be during the Twilight Hours, 5:30 - 8:30 pm. Take in one of our famous, spectacular, Pinnacle Ridge sunsets while you sip on some good drinks!
We'll be posting the new schedule in Spring 2018 - stay tuned!

Hillbilly Souls featuring Scott Marshall

May 13 | 2pm - 5pm
Hillbilly Souls featuring Scott Marshall
"The Hillbilly Souls have been paving a reputation for themselves by delivering authentic doses of true, heartfelt, real life, get it right, feel good, foot stompin', Northern grilled & a lil' Southern fried Americana spiced roots music. Their ability to combine elements of rock, country, blues and bluegrass, and continually offer generous helpings at every show is proving to be fresh recipes that have people of all ages, titles, and musical tastes cheering and coming back for more." See them performing in action here!

James Supra Blues Band

May 20 | 2pm - 5pm
James Supra Blues Band

James Supra, Al Wanamaker, Dave Smith, and Mitch Shelly join together as the James Supra Blues Band. They are not your average blues band and they live up to it! Don't miss the High- Energy Harmonica driven Rock-n-Blues!

http://www.jamessuprabluesband.com/ Check out some of their performances!

Brosky and Meyer Trio

May 27 | 2pm - 5pm
Brosky and Meyer Trio
"Steve Brosky is a veteran songwriter featuring regionally focused songs and a unique voice. Jimmy Meyer is one of the strongest acoustic guitar players I have ever seen. Together the Brosky and Meyer trio provide an entertaining, engaging musical experience." https://www.facebook.com/steve.b.meyer

July Bash — 1 Weekend — 4 Great Bands!

July 1 - 2 | Noon — 6:30
July Bash — 1 Weekend — 4 Great Bands!
Admission $5

12 - 3pm — Grexin'

"Grexin' started as an acoustic duo with Ethan Bosco and Sydney Jones in the Summer of 2014. Together they made people dance and stomp their feet at local bars while attracting attention from other aspiring musicians. They collaborated with friends to make performing energetic and addicting to everyone involved.

Through the course of 2015, the duo formed into a 6 piece string band consisting of guitars, a fiddle, mandolin, upright bass, and washboard. This was the true foundation of Grexin'. The group played a range of bluegrass, folk, and revamped jug band tunes all around Eastern PA."

Catch a glimpse of them performing here!

download3:30 - 6:30 pm — Uncle Jake & the 18 Wheel Gang

"Blazing an unrivaled path through the local Pennsylvanian bar and festival scene... the Gang can be seen performing songs that have traditionally been originals, alongside some more tunes that are originally traditionals that can be heard reverberating out of the heart of most town and city folk alike, from any mountain tavern, campfire, or late night stage across this side of the continent..."

Catch a glimpse of them performing here!

FOOD TRUCK: Stuffed to the Grills. Check out their menu!


July Bash Part II – Keep the Party Going!

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12 - 3 pm — Admission $5 — Appalachian Gypsy Tribe

Together since 2012, the Appalachian Gypsy Tribe has a wide range of musical styles, thick harmonies and uplifting lyrics. With Emily Newman as the vocalist, Asa Wilson and Travis Mason on the guitar, Andrew Bodogh on the keyboard, Josh Tacker on the bass, TJ Zellers on the drums and Jose Teran as the percussionist this band has a strong sense of "family." It is this sense of family that drives their art and inspires one another.

More info here!

download-13:30 - 6:30 pm — Serene Green

Serene Green is a growing fixture in the eastern Pennsylvania bluegrass community. Performances include original songs and fiddle tunes, and other unexpected favorites in the bluegrass style. Their sound emphasizes instrumental prowess, soaring 3-part harmonies and captivating live performances.

More info here!

And check out their tunes!

FOOD TRUCK: Taza Truck. Check out their menu!

Frog Holler

July 8 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Frog Holler
Admission $5

For the first time ever our Twilight Series welcomes this renowned band! Here is what the critics are saying..... you don't want to miss this!!

“Great songwriting, deliriously entertaining live act”— The Village Voice

“Neo-hillbillies with a twist, Frog Holler plays mountain blues and country as accessible and modern as the most hummable pop”— The Washington Post

“Some of the most rollicking, heartfelt country rock songs this side of Nashville”— Brian Howard, The Philadelphia City Paper

“Works brooding soundscapes as easily as classic bluegrass with an ear catching shimmer." - Paste Magazine

Check them out here!

FOOD TRUCK: Stuffed to the Grills. Check out their menu!

Dave Fields

July 15 | 2pm - 5pm
Dave Fields

Growing up in NYC, Dave Fields was introduced to many different styles of music and culture. This is reflected in his performances and music. His new CD ALL IN will electrify you with it's rockin' blues soul. Don't miss out on seeing this NY Blues Hall of Fame musician!

http://www.davefields.com/ Get a sneak peek of Dave's music here!

James Supra Trio

July 15 | 2pm - 5pm

downloadIt's Supra unplugged! See one of your favorite Lehigh Valley bluesmen performing a laid-back, intimate version of his soulful sets!

Check it out here!

Bring your own food day!

Manatawny Creek Ramblers

July 22 | 2 - 5 pm
Manatawny Creek Ramblers

"The Manatawny Creek Ramblers have built a mixed repertoire of classic bluegrass tunes by the likes of Bill Monroe, Flatt and Scruggs, Don Reno, The Stanley Brothers, The Osbourne Brothers, Del McCoury, The Dillards, as well as an array of original material. The Manatawny Creek Ramblers have collected an enthusiastic group of followers by working steadily, performing at countless local festivals, private functions, and music venues throughout Pennsylvania and beyond."

Food Truck: Smokehouse

More info here!

Oklahoma Dan

August 19 | 2 - 5 pm
Oklahoma Dan

The Oklahoma Dan Band has been entertaining the Northeast since 1974. They have toured 48 of the 50 states but they remain a local PA band. They are a diverse professional act playing Country Rock, Rock-a-billy & acoustic contemporary music.

ODB has had the opportunity to open for many outstanding professional acts including - Bonnie Raitt, George Jones, Ricky Skaggs, John Anderson, the Nitty Gritty Dirty Band, Mark Chesnutt, Steve Wariner, Three Dog Nite & The James Gang over the years. They are dedicated to giving you a nite of good copy & original music as only ODB can deliver.

Also - it's "Bring Your Own Food" Day! Feel free to have a picnic on our hillside.

Trouble City All – Stars

August 26 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Trouble City All – Stars

Over the past 6 years Trouble City has been turning heads and tuning in ears from all over the region with its own brand of original roots/rocksteady/reggae. Trouble City blends old sounds of traditional reggae with some more modern aspects to accomplish a solid sound to get your feet moving. Trouble City has put out three albums and has played with the likes of Stephen Marley, The Wailers, Badfish, Matt and Kim, Flux Capacito, the Dirty Heads, Dr. Dog, the 7 walkers, Railroad earth and more!

More info here!

FOOD TRUCK: Trè Locally Sourced. Check out their menu!

Blues in the Barn

September 2 - 3 | Noon — 6:30
Blues in the Barn
Day 1
September 2
Admission $5

12 - 3:00 pm — Sweet Ember

Katrina Ambron is the power house vocals for Sweet Ember. She provides amazing sound and emotion in every song, while entertaining the crowd with her energetic personality.

Sweet Ember is a pop/rock/funk band from Lancaster, PA. They play covers from '70s to current hits. They also play originals.

download3:30 - 6:30 pm — Jay Stollman Band

"[Jay Stollman is] one of today's most soulful and powerful blues singers. The real deal!" - Johnny Winter

"Jay is one of 'those' singers, ya know? He's got it all... soul, tone, grit, and he rocked my socks off." - Debbie Davies (veteran blues artist, former Albert Collins guitarist)

"Jay has a rare gift where his soul and passion for the blues become one very personal genre... It's edgy yet polished; raunchy, yet very professional." - Jose Feliciano (8 time Grammy Award winning artist)

More info here!

FOOD TRUCK: Trè Locally Sourced. Check out their menu!


Day 2
September 3
Admission $5
 

 danebecker12 - 3 pm — Dane Becker & the Chameleons

Get your Sunday morning started off right with this group of young talented musicians! Starting out as a jazz trio, this group transformed into a jazz, funk, and rock group. With Dane Becker on piano, Maria Marmarou on drums, Bill Gow on bass, and Chris Ambrosi on guitar this group will blow you away with their talent and professional sound! More info here! download-1   3:30 - 6:30 pm — James Supra Blues Band

James Supra, Al Wanamaker, Dave Smith, and Mitch Shelly join together as the James Supra Blues Band. They are not your average blues band and they live up to it! Don't miss the High- Energy Harmonica driven Rock-n-Blues!

More info here!

FOOD TRUCK: Stuffed to the Grills. Check out their menu!

Steve Brosky & His Big Lil’ Band

September 9 | 2 - 5 pm
Steve Brosky & His Big Lil’ Band

"Street characters, hipster jive and swagger, love songs, cool Cadillacs, reminiscences, and social commentary are portrayed with what Brosky calls his combination of R&B and garage band music. You can find influences from blues, folk, Americana and world music."

Food Truck: Smokehouse

More info here!

Mighty Manatees

September 16 | 2pm - 5pm
Mighty Manatees
The Mighty Manatees are a large, diverse ensemble who are known to skillfully combine many genres into an upbeat, harmonious blend. Reggae, country, blues, folk, ska, funk, zydeco, and rock n' roll peacefully coexist under the Mightees' musical umbrella. They have played with America, David Amram, Commander Cody, the Spin Doctors, Richard Hell, The Radiators, U2, Nigel Hall, Lettuce, and many more. More info here! FOOD TRUCK: Trè Locally Sourced. Check them out here!

Scott Marshall & Marshall’s Highway

September 30 | 2 - 5 pm
Scott Marshall & Marshall’s Highway

Scott Marshall and Marshall's Highway is a 4-8 piece act that’s heavier in style. Driving beats and electric guitars dominate, yet the band’s versatility is evident in their ballads and the mix of genres they present. The Rock/Country collision takes place here, but there’s no bloodshed. It’s a crash everyone seems to enjoy!

More info here!

FOOD TRUCK: Smokehouse. Check them out here!

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