Dining and Spirits
take our food seriously at Longbeard Farms! Most hunts are judged
not only by the quality of the hunting but the quality of the
food as well which is why we employ an experienced local chef.
Jeff Peters' cooking around these parts is legendary and by the
time you leave you'll see why.
you awake in the morning you'll be able to sip a cup of coffee
and enjoy a homemade "Mennonite" cinnamon roll or homemade cookie
before heading to the stand. Of course before you leave for the
woods you'll have ample opportunity to pack your pockets full
of homemade cookies, trail mix or candy bars. While you are on
stand Jeff and his staff will come in and begin to prepare a HUGE
breakfast which will be ready around 10:30 a.m. Then it's back
to the woods (or nap time if you prefer) for a midday hunt with
the evening meal being served after the evening hunt.
typical evening meals are as follows: Wednesday: Wild Hog Barbeque,
Brunswick Stew, Rice, Homemade Rolls Thursday: Low Country Boil
(featuring shrimp, sausage, new potatoes, local sweet corn, Vidalia
onions, and homemade cocktail sauce) Friday: 20 oz. Ribeye with
steamed vegetables, gourmet salad, baked potato (with all the
trimmings) Saturday: Barbeque Chicken, Green Beans, Baked Beans,
and homemade rolls. Of course, sweet tea is a staple with all
our meals as is a cake or pie! Additionally, these meals are subject
to change based on the client's tastes and/or dietary concerns.
The menu will be finalized prior to any group's arrival.
the hunt is over for the evening cocktails and cigars will be
available at our fully stocked bar.