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February 15, 2007


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We opened up a bottle of 2003 Chateau Lafaurie Peyraguey Sauternes last night (after some Chateau St. Michele Eroica Riesling, which is definitely my favorite Riesling). I love the NY Ice Wines so much, but had never had a Sauternes before, I just always buy the NYS stuff. This is some serious wine, will have to pick up some more at some point. So different from the NY Ice Wines.

Well, that is, if the 2 inches of ice ever melts off my car!

Hello Lenn,

Those heart shaped pancakes looks and sounds quite yummy! You are right about the trap people fall in – prices are jacked up, wine, even more so, and from experience of being trapped, the restaurants are usually lacking. That din din you prepared sounds anything but scaled down; very nice!

We enjoyed an inexpensive, but nice Argentinean Cabernet Sauvignon with some steaks I grilled; came out great.

Jeff, you will be hooked on those wonderful sauternes now! I enjoy them every chance I get.


i agree so much with the amateur night assessment. nothing like cooking at home with your sweetie on valentine's day. sadly, our new daughter decided that dinner time was ripe for prime fussiness, but what are you gonna do?

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