Monthly Archive for June, 2012
After a day of watching the lad, it’s time to get some cooking on. Aviation cocktail and a 1.5 lb Red Snapper on the tapee.
20 bottles of Professor Fritz Briem Grodziskie (Sour Smoked Wheat Ale) in da house. Just snagged a case for Hearth and Terroir EVil. Dr Fritz Briem (of the brewing educational/consulting center, Doemens.com) has made it his passion to recreate long-forgotten beer styles of the past. You would have found this one in East Prussia in […]
So, we drank some grape juice today. 41 different wines, all from the same, magical grape. I’ll give you one guess… Germany to Austria, Alsace to Canada, and the Finger Lakes to Australia and New Zealand. For the next 94 days, shit. Is. ON. SOR 2012 begins.
Even after living in NYC for almost 12 years, every time I pass this building, it makes me stop and stare. Its simply magical and for a moment, a brief moment, I float away on the morning breezes of time and find myself mingling with New Yorkers from centuries past. Our cares are one, our […]
Eszterbauer “Öröm” Rosé Cuvée, 2011, Szekszárd, Hungary 67% Pinot Noir, 25% Kadarka, 8% Kekfrankos (12% abv) Got some fresh, orange peel-stuffed sausages from the local butcher ready for the broiler and a glass full of Hungary’s finest juice to fuel the chef. It’s not too early to start drinking like its summertime.