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    What have you?

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    I'm into the second half of a Perdomo Fresco Maduro at the moment sitting outside with my dog after I knocked off of work. Sadly, and uncharacteristically for this cigar, I'm not enjoying it as much as I had hoped. A tight draw and a bit of tunnelling have foiled me...not to mention that I'll be up at 4am tomorrow for work, but it's cool because after this I'm thinking a Summit Extra Pale Ale and a nice shave before bed will even the score.
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    A Saint Luis Rey and an iced cold Old Speckled Hen. Sitting on the balcony listening to Independence Day fireworks.

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    Har Gow- steamed wheat starch dumplings of shrimp and fresh water chestnut

    Sweet and sour pork with fresh pineapple and lychee
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    a bowl of cherios. No, thats not UK for hello

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    Hi Ouch,
    Are you a tea drinker, as in pu-erh to-cha

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    Har Gow- steamed wheat starch dumplings of shrimp and fresh water chestnut

    Sweet and sour pork with fresh pineapple and lychee

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    Quote Originally Posted by ouch View Post
    Har Gow- steamed wheat starch dumplings of shrimp and fresh water chestnut

    Sweet and sour pork with fresh pineapple and lychee
    Sounds interesting! :)
    Irena,

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    Quote Originally Posted by bones59 View Post
    Hi Ouch,
    Are you a tea drinker, as in pu-erh to-cha
    I always was, but now I seem to have gone off the deep end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ouch View Post
    I always was, but now I seem to have gone off the deep end.
    ROTF LMAO

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    Went down the river again today and smoked my first Henry Clay, which was gifted to me by my friend's dad. It had some minor burn issues and the wrapper was a mess even before I got my hands on it, but it was clear that this thing had some serious age on it. The flavors were definitely new to my palette and it was definitely enjoyable.
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    A couple Tsingtao's with some sushi tonight.
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    Manhattan(s)


    Old GrandDad bourbon, Noilly Prat Sweet vermouth, Peychaud's Bitters .....no cherry.
    Is maraschino cherry juice (liqueur) really neccessary for a proper Manhattan ??
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    I enjoyed a great T-bone steak with corn on the cob last Saturday! The weekend otherwise consisted of fun cook-outs and iced coffee drinks!
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    Enjoyed a Torano 1916 Camaroon Robusto and a Lagunitas Lucky 13 Mondo Large Red Ale. Tasty...
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    I had a Don Pepin Garcia Cuban Classic 1970 and a Blue Moon Honey Moon Summer Ale while watching the storm roll in last night. The cigar and the beer were excellent.
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    Yesterday had some perfectly grilled Shrimp Kabobs.
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    Bread with sun dried tomato and black olive tapenade
    Gnocchi alla Bolognese
    Veal alla Sorrentina


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    Quote Originally Posted by rikrdo View Post
    Manhattan(s)


    Old GrandDad bourbon, Noilly Prat Sweet vermouth, Peychaud's Bitters .....no cherry.
    Is maraschino cherry juice (liqueur) really neccessary for a proper Manhattan ??
    No. Not necessary in my opinion.

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    No booze, just the glory of winning a softball game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimmyBoston View Post
    No booze, just the glory of winning a softball game.
    Softball........without BEER
    say it isnt so.

    I sure miss the good old days sometimes.


    Smoked a bowl of Revelation in my Mastro de Paja Rusticated Rhodesian on the way to work tonight.
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