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    Oh Boy...

    First of all, I got Lefty's forgecraft blade today and it looks amazing.

    Second, I had a party. Here is a shot of the mess. Notice the baby bottles mixed in with the bouteille de vin. It's going to be a rough morning.

    k.
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    "In Japan they don't call it Japanese food, they just call it food." -- Children's Hospital Quote

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    btw, in that shot there are two bottles of moonshine.

    k.
    "In Japan they don't call it Japanese food, they just call it food." -- Children's Hospital Quote

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    Hope you have some alka seltzer on hand But it looks like you had fun.

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    I'm more curious about what's in the baby bottle...why is it pink? Strawberry milk? Pepto?

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    Good show, Mr. Drinky.

    What was on the menu, besides booze?

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    Yeah, well first of all, the booze did floweth last night, and I only marginally remember taking this photo and posting it at 2:21 am. Here is what led to my Sunday demise.

    Appetizers:

    Roasted tomato Israeli couscous, home smoked salmon, chorizo and cheese, and homemade bread.

    Main stuff:

    Thomas Keller's chicken dumpling soup and his asparagus with tomato bacon stew. Also bucatini with rabbit ragu. I did a lot of stuff that I could prepare the day ahead or earlier in the day and just reheat.

    Wines (in no order) mostly from Walla Walla:

    * Rollat Ardenvoir
    * Rollat Rose
    * Caderetta SBS
    * Tamarack Seven Hills Reserve
    * Tensely Colson Canyon
    * Forgeron Late Harvest Riesling
    * Rotie Southern Rhone Blend
    * Forgeron Anvil Cab Sauv
    * Buty Semillon white blend
    * Charles Smith Viognier
    * Va Piano Estate Merlot
    * Va Piano Gonzaga Cab Sauv

    Spirits:

    * North Dakota and Ukrainian moonshine, and Kaufmann vodka.

    Do the math, six people, one of which was a DD and my wife is pregnant.

    k.
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    Oh, yeah, the pink bottle is just pink in color. There was nothing inside.

    k.
    "In Japan they don't call it Japanese food, they just call it food." -- Children's Hospital Quote

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    I'm an idiot when it comes to wine, but that sounds amazing.

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    That's way over my capacities, I'm getting old... But sounds like a fun evening.

    Stefan

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    Sounds like you had a great time, lol.

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