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    What are you drinking tonight?

    Tonight is Tuesday night.
    How's that for the ridiculously obvious?
    Had a real nice supper at Cab's, my regular haunt.
    Chef and friend Luis came up with what he calls "Venison Sliders", a small piece of hammered venison loin on grilled bread with shaved endive and arugula with a cranberry/jalapeno mayo.
    Had that and some nibbles before and split a nice bottle of Paulliac with my good friend and BMW mentor Lee.
    Now it's on to coffee (wings of the morning, 100% Kona) with Grandma (Grand Marnier).
    Screw the market. Life is good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wezul View Post
    Tonight is Tuesday night.
    How's that for the ridiculously obvious?
    Had a real nice supper at Cab's, my regular haunt.
    Chef and friend Luis came up with what he calls "Venison Sliders", a small piece of hammered venison loin on grilled bread with shaved endive and arugula with a cranberry/jalapeno mayo.
    Had that and some nibbles before and split a nice bottle of Paulliac with my good friend and BMW mentor Lee.
    Now it's on to coffee (wings of the morning, 100% Kona) with Grandma (Grand Marnier).
    Screw the market. Life is good!
    Man knows how to live.
    Steve Marquardt, 2004 R1150RT

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    I am drinking.......

    A bit of Dalwhinnie 15 yr old single malt scotch.
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    Had dinner at Cracker Barrel with 3 glasses of sweet tea. Where's the men's room?

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    Quote Originally Posted by barryg View Post
    Had dinner at Cracker Barrel with 3 glasses of sweet tea. Where's the men's room?

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    Finally got the TKC80's on my GSPD, now I'm ready for Color in the Catskills.

    AFTER my test ride I came home and had two beers:

    - New Holland Brewing "Mad Hatter IPA"
    - Sam Adams "Irish Red"

    That's enough for me - I'm tired and heading to bed, soon!

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    Wild thing.

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    I went with the Coors N/A and some hot wings with blue cheese from Dining Facility #2. The Ugandan guards almost did not let me in. I have not picked up my M-4 yet from our supply SGT. You must be armed when you go into the DFAC. Iraq is a very odd place. I would kill for a nice glass of wine, no I am not kidding! haha

    Kelly

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    Quote Originally Posted by redclfco View Post
    "Yogi" brand chai tea. very hot, in a big ceramic mug, no sweet crap, no milk, just the tea. two bags.

    Pepper spices coming through fragrance rushes my face in a wave of steam, setting on the front porch typing on the for ever more novel of life.....
    You post on tea suddenly makes me want a nice mug of tea - though this time of year (cool nights and mornings) is perfect for some lapsang souchong. I need a campfire about now...

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    British Blend Tea...it's compulsory!

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    "Yogi" brand chai tea. very hot, in a big ceramic mug, no sweet crap, no milk, just the tea. two bags.

    Pepper spices coming through the taste, fragrance rushes my face in a wave of steam, setting on the front porch typing on the for ever more novel of life.....

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    You are a wild man, Red.
    And now for some Django Reinhardt.
    Yes.
    Life is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARValkguy View Post
    I went with the Coors N/A and some hot wings with blue cheese from Dining Facility #2. The Ugandan guards almost did not let me in. I have not picked up my M-4 yet from our supply SGT. You must be armed when you go into the DFAC. Iraq is a very odd place. I would kill for a nice glass of wine, no I am not kidding! haha

    Kelly
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    bulliet whiskey.

    same as maker's possibly better for half the price.

    oh....with a grilled sirloin burger and cheese. on MY grill.
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    Bonny Doon Cigare Volant, paired with a double cut pork chop coated in fresh Rosemary Sea Salt and cracked Pepper rub, seared on the grill then slow cooked on medium heat for half an hour. Wifey is pregnant so not drinking. Good thing about Bonny is, if, and that's a BIG if, I don't finsih the bottle I can screw the cap back on.
    Life truly IS good.
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