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3:31pm post? good morning, sunshine! Big Grin

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Originally posted by wineabdul:
Wheaties. Lunch of Champions.


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Go Yankees! Razz


 
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http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes....000-canada-geese/?hp

i dont know why they just don't let us grab em and cook em.


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Had a long and relaxing lunch with on the wine, PlanoWino and PURPLE yesterday. on the wine was in town for business and could only sneak away for lunch during this trip. I had the warm goat cheese salad with balsamic and toasted pine nuts to start followed by the flat iron steak in butter garlic sauce with pommes frites. Cheese plate, espressos and digestifs to wrap things up. 5 1/2 hours later I think we had pretty much solved the world's problems. Cool


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on the wine was in town for business and could only sneak away for lunch during this trip....5 1/2 hours later I think we had pretty much solved the world's problems. Cool

That's pretty darn good for 'sneaking away' for lunch.
 
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Had vaca frita, fried plantains, rice and beans, and cuban bread. Yum yum!
 
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Ham quesadilla.
 
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on the wine was in town for business and could only sneak away for lunch during this trip....5 1/2 hours later I think we had pretty much solved the world's problems. Cool

That's pretty darn good for 'sneaking away' for lunch.


I didn't sneak away. I flat out left!


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Crab sandwiches at PacBell Park. Best ballark food, ever. Period.


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Decided to only work 1/2 day today.
Went for Sushi with vinaigre and mimik.

Like old times Cool
 
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Carne Asada.
 
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After a couple days of office lunch meetings with bad deli sandwiches, I snuck out today and had a fabulous carnitas torta.
 
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Day off tomorrow.
Lunch @ O'thyme with steve8, vinaigre and lovelandre.
Excellent end to the week and start to vacation.
 
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O'Thyme was closed for the holiday period for lunch.
We ended up at Kobu, pairing several whites to Thai food.

I'll need steve8 to list the wines. Smile
 
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Isn't it Cabo? Wines listed on the what are you drinking thread.
 
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Had a walleye sandwhich with sweet potato fries today.
 
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Isn't it Cabo? Wines listed on the what are you drinking thread.

Actually, it's Coba.
Just checked it
 
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Isn't it Cabo? Wines listed on the what are you drinking thread.

Actually, it's Coba.
Just checked it


Well, I'm glad we finally know where you all had lunch. Razz

No wonder you could not recall the wines!
 
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Well, I'm glad we finally know where you all had lunch. Razz

No wonder you could not recall the wines!

Lunch?
 
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Lobster and Champagne. The bon vivant from Long Island keeps planting the seed in my little brain.
 
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It's on sale here frequently. I have an Henri Goutorbe in the refrigerator now.


Just one more sip.
 
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I have an Henri Goutorbe in the refrigerator now.


Which one Board-O?

Did you visit their House? Very very nice people I hear.
 
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A Mission Burrito burrito! yum.
 
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Steamed shrimp
Rice
Zuchinni


Live simply, Laugh often, Wine a lot!!!
 
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Ahi Burger on a homemade bun and tarter.
 
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Originally posted by Board-O:
I have an Henri Goutorbe in the refrigerator now.


Which one Board-O?

Did you visit their House? Very very nice people I hear.


nv Cuvee Prestige- loved it at the winery

Yes, we visited them. Notes will eventually be posted.


Just one more sip.
 
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