Ham, glorious ham!

A few years ago, a friend of mine (Hi Freddy!) who represented sherries at the time, told me he had taken to coming home from work, sitting on the deck and having a bottle of sherry in an ice bucket, some olives and some cold sausage, and watching the sun go down. It sounded good… Continue reading Ham, glorious ham!

Holiday Gift Ideas

Here’s the lineup from Jeff Rogstad today: Forty Creek Rye is missing from the picture. Any of them make great gifts. Under $15 – Pink: cheery easy drinking rose bubbly $35ish – Collazzi, french blends (cabernet sauvignon, merlot, cabernet franc) Italian grown. Incredibly nice structure, smooth balanced wine. And for less than price of a… Continue reading Holiday Gift Ideas

Scotch and Kinsmen

I was in Prince Albert with the Kinsmen, comparing and discussing single malts, last week. This was a most enjoyable way to spend an evening. I don’t drink a lot of booze these days: Wine occupies so much of my time, and I only have one liver. However I’ve always loved Scotch going back to… Continue reading Scotch and Kinsmen

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