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reviewed Boxed Wine. May 26
posted in Gourmand
Boxed Wine
I frequently buy whisky in plastic bottles.     It isn't because I have some kind of preference for plastic bottle whisky. It's merely an issue of convenience. The few times I go out …
reviewed Rickhouse. December 19, 2011
Rickhouse
In SF, the FiDi is often thought to be good for banking, corporate players, being close to Union Square and hotels. I never thought it'd be a great place to grab a drink but, Rickhouse has officially …
reviewed Gordon Biersch Czech Style Pilsner. December 16, 2011
posted in The Beer Snob
Gordon Biersch Czech Style Pilsner
How does it look? How's the color? Clarity? Head? Light gold, crystal clear, light head How's the nose (smell)? Sweet, spicy, fruity? The bottle says it is a Czech style pilsner and that …
posted a Quick Tip about Johnnie Walker Blue Label. November 09, 2011
posted in Gourmand
Johnnie Walker Blue Label
Still one of my favorite whiskey that is more accessible than other specialized brands.      Expensive at $ 150-190 a bottle but worth it than paying for $ 30-40 a shot at your local …
posted a Quick Tip about Carlsberg. October 31, 2011
posted in The Beer Snob
Carlsberg
      This ad is so refreshing and a great lesson in overcoming prejudice. Usually, beer companies rely on sports, sex, and cold mountains to sell beer. Carlsberg thinks out of the …
reviewed Crystal Light Mojito. October 12, 2011
crystal light mojito
I have always viewed "Crystal Light" as a grown-up's Kool-Aid. The flavors are more exotic, have less sugar and calories. Not for nothing, Kool-Aid over the years has gotten better about …
posted a Quick Tip about B & J Sangria. August 27, 2011
posted in Gourmand
B & J Sangria
If you are alone and you'd like a Sangria for a late night movie, this might be the solution for you rather than to open up an entire bottle of the best red wine (I know, the French will kill me for …
posted a Quick Tip about Coconut. July 01, 2011
posted in Love Bites
Coconut
The coco-nut nut is a giant nut but if you eat too much of it, you'll get a little sick. The co-co-nut nut is a BIG BIG Nut but this delicious "Nut" is not a Nut! It's a coco-fruit, …
posted a Quick Tip about Tea. June 22, 2011
posted in Gourmand
Is hot! But it's a sweet and refreshing drink during the long winter months!
reviewed Mexican Coke. June 14, 2011
posted in Awesomeness
Mexican Coke
Ahhh, Coke from before 85.  No not 26 year old bottles, the same flavor and recipe that we North of the Border have been missing for a long time.      Where am I going with this?  …
posted a Quick Tip about Mexican Coke. June 14, 2011
posted in Awesomeness
Mexican Coke
The taste thats been missing here in he US since 85 and tastes just as good as it did before.
reviewed Rock On Energy Shot. March 23, 2011
posted in Awesomeness
Rock On Energy Shot
I have a terrible habit of staying up way too late doing important things like watching bad 80's films, visiting various webpages, making mixtapes, and all sorts of other general tomfoolery.  …
posted a Quick Tip about Tea. March 16, 2011
To make an easy, quick pot of hot water for tea, I let the water run through my coffee maker without any filters. If you also use your coffee maker for its intended purpose, make sure that you do a couple …
posted a Quick Tip about Kombucha by Synergy. March 06, 2011
Kombucha
where I worked for 1 1/2 yrs it was very progressive and there were multiple organic stores, coops, etc.... re: quinoa, one of the coolest things was locally produced kombucha in big vats and you could …
reviewed U Force. March 03, 2011
posted in Awesomeness
U Force
While I'm visiting my local Valero Corner Store (in Louisiana and Texas the company has bought out Diamond Shamrock Convenience Stores), I always check the specials that the store offers on …
reviewed Poleeko Gold Pale Ale. February 23, 2011
posted in The Beer Snob
Poleeko Gold Pale Ale
How does it look? How's the color? Clarity? Head? Clear, light amber How's the nose (smell)? Sweet, spicy, fruity? A bit of malty sweetness, but there is a significant perfume quality to …
posted a Quick Tip about Grapefruit. February 17, 2011
posted in Fruit Lovers
Grapefruit
This one is great when mixed with sochu (or Shochu). I had some of the best grapefruit sochu in Tokyo, especially after some bbq. If you've not tried it this way, you must when in Japan or in a Japanese …
posted a Quick Tip about Big Red Cream Soda. January 02, 2011
posted in WHAT CAN I SAY?
Big Red Cream Soda
If you ever come across this drink any where or order drinks from the net I highly recommend it, even if you only drink these type of drinks every so often you should at least try it. My best friend from …
posted a Quick Tip about Punch. December 28, 2010
Punch
Always enjoy a good fruit punch. I especially like it with sherbert mixed in. S-o-o-o refreshing! Anyone enjoy a good fruit punch over the holidays? Or perhaps you have a favorite recipe. If so, tell …
posted a Quick Tip about Egg Nog. December 22, 2010
Egg Nog
A scrumptious treat most of us only get to enjoy once or twice a year.
reviewed Drinks. December 22, 2010
Drinks
All drinks are available exclusively at Creme de la Crumb from Dec. 20 – Feb. 28, 2011. (2 locations: 466 Granville Street or 700 Hamilton Street)
posted a Quick Tip about Bloody Mary. November 11, 2010
Bloody Mary Drink
A very popular drink in my part of Louisiana. Personally, I say skip the Bloody Marys and hand me some rum instead.
posted a Quick Tip about Margarita. November 11, 2010
Margarita
I've never been a huge fan of margaritas. There's just something about them that doesn't sit quite right with me.
reviewed Dandelion Root Rst Tea 5oz Alvita. November 05, 2010
Dandelion Root Rst Tea 5oz Alvita
I recently started drinking Dandelion Root tea and I love it! To me it tastes much like barley tea which is something that I've been drinking for most of my life.    On the front of …
posted a Quick Tip about Ginseng. October 27, 2010
posted in The Rice Table
Ginseng
Ginseng is prized mainly for its roots. Famous Ginseng are from the U.S., Korea and China. Ginseng are often used in Chinese & Korean soups. However, many also have them sliced into thin slices & mixed …
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