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This is that good lines food finance all the good things of life now here's the host of the good life sky bow. Good snowy afternoon if you've been outside. Its moisture you gotta like and I hope he threw it looks like of these and up the radar shows that kind of moving up to the they say there's going to be more common later welcomed the -- -- to take time out of your busy dated joy and good -- I've for lunch. The bottom -- appears we call it a great show today. Just need two and a half three hours and we -- at time. To give you an overview first up is Alex -- with -- new book real food fermentation. Preserving whole fresh food with life culture and you -- and it's cool book -- -- -- there shall agree. To techniques and things that. The average kitchen -- doesn't think about joining us in the second -- We're gonna talk about it a great event. That is rhetoric and -- recommend is the special events Courter for catch that's a Kansas oaks training center for the handicapped. And how all the -- and annual wine and art auction to benefit catches rhetoric. About that. And then Todd is joins us from standard beverage talk about the one of the week. 2009. At the camp from from our favorite producers. And also he's going to be Todd will be hosting one of the to midwest one fest. And -- W deaths gourmet dinners londoners. Featuring -- Bauer and friend some green apple and it's wonderful do you immigrant Richardson. -- sold out the dinners are nearly sold out if you've been waiting for the event to get closer. You've waited too long. -- on the corner starts. The eighteenth of the walkabout sold out nineteenth is the dinners and of course the grand tasting is the twentieth the next few shows would tell you more about -- it was one fest. And some other things real quick before we talked Alex. A fun event coming up on April ninth. The wild woman from the anchor -- grosses paired up with Marshall Roth he's the executive ship the am bastard down and have the pleasure reading them their last night. They're doing a a series of beer dinners. The beer dinners are going to be -- on a regular recurring baseless monthly on the second Tuesday of each month the first one like I said is April ninth. A pretty unusual menu. And some really killer Beers that put a lot of effort into the beer and food pairing. And they're able to offer you a night at the ambassador for only 819 smack ironies. UN make reservations for this for the fill -- fast as well. To do that call Siena the -- growth the ambassador 3162397100. The Beers are going to be great can be relief fund that are very creative thing. I don't have the manual on my website and I don't know if they have it on the airs but. Trust me it's it's creative. And then one final note if you're looking for so fun to do for Easter which also is right around the corner and you're thinking and Christmas was yesterday. Her for house always have a group of -- primary buff -- every Sunday it's magnificent. Easter Sunday it's going to be even better 10 AM to 3 PM you really wanna make reservations. -- space is limited. For only 2395. Ahead kids are a lot cheaper jeweler for our free. And it has everything what a spread I'd read it to you but it would take the balance of via our corporate house dash which -- dot com you concede the menu. Easter brunch at her for house. Always a pleasure no matter what year. In studio with me my good friend Peter. Visiting from out of town Peter welcome to the program so glad you're here and now let me tell you about Alex Lewis Alex is a graduate of Cambridge school of culinary arts. And the institute for integrative nutrition. He's after a healthier and tastier world by spreading the word about fermentation and real food in his book. Will transform your food with fermentation. Again the book it's called real food fermentation preserving whole fresh food with live cultures in your -- kitchen Alex -- the program different. Thank you so much argued that. You have a fun night little little little nervous getting Hillary he had service Alex this is just you meet that Chatman. Did -- -- that there is no more then six or 8000 people listening. -- are directly killed over there at. Alex I love this book one because. I like cabbage. And you have a whole chapter dedicated to sauerkraut and if you talked about fermenting -- most people might get sauerkraut. And then you come through the book you -- I did not. What did tell us about your journey and -- them what led you up to writing this book -- -- a little bit about what you do during the week. Well I've always lectured. And or that he little. It became fascinated with cooking. Letter read. The book but it's -- we're dating club kitchen confidential which many of those listeners of prohibit. And any sane person would read this book and say I want nothing to do with the food industry. And I read it -- and it said wow that's cool these people are crazy yeah. So. -- at some other -- there another book. I think it'll come to me. I what I -- going to cooking school as a result partly you know and Ebert and Romans Michael Romans there's so Russia. He visited. Or investigative reporter who went undercover and enrolled -- that Culinary Institute of America. And certain documenting that the whole. The culture there and an assembly losses perspective literally went native. And and just got sucked into the culture in the and then he document that very well as -- -- fascinating integrator. So. Yet the whole the whole culture of of the food. Business fascinated me so what's cooking school. In the meantime I was also doing work with. Sustainability. Finance. That was also interest in nutrition. And it took me surprisingly long time to put. Food. And sustainability and nutrition altogether -- realize that. They obviously his off in the -- that we group's first cells -- that we get from people have personal relationships with the and we haven't that's part of -- that differentiation thing. The first -- had kimchi. I was amazed is. Because it's like sauerkraut that garlic in June period Spacey. As slick is heard a lot of material things. We don't do it. Trigger it now let me do it I'm sick in my head and I just sent my mouth was open. But the and so I decided I needed to make him Kim she says -- SP on the Internet and certain making kimchi. Yeah. Making it sort of blindly -- mistress didn't know why a rescue worker -- cuts our bubbly. Yeah and so then I wound up. Stumbling across -- -- more or less stumbling across a book about fermentation and residents like I get it. Explain a lot. Figures saying like all these great issues that we really think about it all the vets who are prevented it turns. And you aboard -- emphasis or do. Leading classes do condemn those. And -- And here you are teaching fermentation classes and workshops. You serve on the board the Boston public market. In which I think is cool and it I think some of the prettiest and tastiest food I have ever had has been something that someone has put in the jar. Was like can achieve or sauerkraut or pickles than. And so I get your book of us are thumbing through it if you put if you did nothing read chapter one. About preserving food. And you've been caveat with in brief because I imagine it could have been a lot bigger than the chapter one. It's worth the price of the book because you learn so much about. Not only the process that why you would want to -- can you give us that they were with take a break we come back when you give us the nutshell about. Why you would want to have a copy this book and why it. Fermenting Euro imprudent preserving your own through it is such. Well it's ingrained in our society our grandparents did it as a rule and we have gotten away from that I think the book it's a great way to get back in the so. Hold that thought you think about that Alex will come back to you in just minutes after this short break I've got -- give -- from glad you're with us drive carefully -- -- -- little slippery. We're going to be here for the next 45 minutes I hope you will to go away. -- enjoy hearing about the one of the week every week here on the good life I know I sure enjoy bringing it to yeah. And -- you can get those warrants every week to take a liquor change on north -- -- and often times at the west location on west when he first. Check of liquor changes so much more than the Mecca of great one selection here in Wichita it's a place where you can get hands on high quality help. With your plan a party for twelve. 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I love these folks who do such a great job keep up the good work Kim artistic limo. -- arrive in style. Hi I'm calvary division manager champion when there's -- -- the -- the marches are pre season for 2013. And I'm here to offer -- -- savings the weekend of march 23 to 24 is one of only if you open house sales of the year champion is celebrating the sixtieth anniversary and that -- huge savings -- homeowners up to 35% off on windows up to 4000 dollars off on sun rooms and many more savings -- -- -- endorsed -- groups taping windows -- -- -- steers premium quality whole cell value made in the USA. Good life guy here I recently had the opportunity to spend time with pat -- president and owner of the kitchen place. You know the kitchen place located there in the backside of the Piccadilly square. The kitchen place has been providing high quality certified kitchen designers to help you with -- complete remodel or just update your current kitchen. 7732. East central back on the backside is where -- ago when you walk in the store you will be so amazed at all the new technology whether it's cooktop. Microwaves. Convection cookers they have at all. And then when you look at some of the new and exciting products where -- special Hardwoods for your counter tops they have it call. The kitchen place check them out online at the and stop and so M Monday through Friday. 8 AM to 5 PM the kitchen place no better place to start when -- -- redesigned or update your kitchen. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- You're listening to news radio thirteen thirty. It. Welcome back the deadline com got Barrett every Saturday I come here so that you can have a little food one informed her ears if you haven't made reservations for the grilling demos of all things -- cute. You might be too late I don't know how much room -- -- Friday march 20 ninth. 45 bucks at 6 PM. That master to grow it's where you should start and then on Saturday menaces such agreeable in March 30. Start at 10 AM the first class. On those. That's beef it's what's for growing and in the second class comprehensive review class is probably the most popular canceled out assortment. All things barbecue at your home for anything outdoor cooking. And the biggest selection of sauces rubs and seasonings for outdoor dropping barbecue check about allotted -- BBQ dot com. Okay on the phone with me is Alex Lou and his book of real food fermentation. I'm tally at the book it's so cool you. You just didn't think about it inside you're gonna find the basics of process that tools and how you you need to get -- you need to get started. Jews and right ingredients course fresh ingredients of the answer. There's a chapter unjust sauerkraut. And I appointment. Vegetables lost oh pickles kimchi unit and then there's section on yogurt -- fruits. From mint and lemon. And it's just a killer book you can learn more online at real food fermentation dot com and you can also check out Alex's. Market feed me like you mean it dot com. Alex what are the basics that everyone should need if they want to by the book. And start experimenting to make their room for meant to vegetable for for. Well the very the very basics are the kitchen -- are cutting board. A couple of Mason jars some salt. And some cabbage -- other you know things like turnips radishes are good to start. Speaking sauerkraut cabbage relative foolproof because then you know at some video Triad they will work out so electric tools. -- -- But it's pretty it's pretty consistent it works pretty well and it's it's really amazing how simple it is to do it and it. Once you've done that -- you have some confidence of the try to. -- you know more ambitious things like. They're preserved lemons and inflict which restore really easily. Yeah well I wanna talk about the app that I can't wait did I I had hoped to have a jar of my own fermented cabbage and at my scheduled deployment to do that but. -- it pretty easy then you've got your your science kitchen here that that if you get more advances are doing other things are some other. -- -- some equipment that might make it easier what are some of the more complex things you'd wanna purchase of you're gonna go whole -- Well I mean there's usual kitchen stuff like -- and strangers. Things like that if you surging into dairy. He might want. In. Thermometer. Is -- you're making -- agree need to keep says look up to particular temperature and you need to hold at a particular temperature. You can get little airlock. Which can be useful for making -- sometimes. Of course if you wanna get an -- -- fermentation. It easiest alcohol -- like to make it hard apple cider. And for that you really don't need a lot of anything except some apple juice. Packaged -- Can be helpful and then you know an airlock for extra points in even really need that. Then if you wanna get into more complicated. In about confrontation he can get certain sites in the one thing that's. I mean there's nothing super high tech and all people been doing this for thousands of years so. -- during -- break we're talking about that you know going immigrant must pantry in November of finding all those fun things from the summer. On the shelf Clinton can still retain their color and and in and just -- the lid off and get that rush of air and your business I'm so really. It doesn't take much in the way of equipment. And as I read this when I read the basics here. Seems like even I can do this. Didn't I'm sure you can't. You did holes chapter on sauerkraut and I don't -- dwell on not that much but it. It really is one of the neatest things to ferment when -- used purple cabbage your green cabbage. And we're talking about this is an inexpensive way especially if you buy. Like the next chapter talks about high quality ingredients. From your local farm market. And you're just doing yourself a great health benefit what are some of that health benefits of fermented -- Well first -- like if you permit vegetables need them you're eating vegetables so that's good start. Another thing is you can eat things. When you when you preserve them when their agencies and you preserve them and you can meet them. All year round and things like like cabbage have a lot of vitamin C -- there it so. We know that when sailor's sailor is -- to go in the ocean racing gets Kirby from lack of vitamin C and it figured out to bring alliance. In fact that's what British sailors were alive means because -- headlines all the time but some other sailors figured out to bring sauerkraut. Like you know nordic sailors lined up bringing sauerkraut and where it is and some of the Brit Brit did that too. So you know claimants see. The other thing is certain the same -- groups that are responsible for fermenting. Is that determination has transmission through. The action of microbes that they might groups also create vitamins and enzymes in our food. We'll think about where vitamins come from but a lot of them are actually made by bacteria. And -- and so we get you know fermented cabbage alternates are actually more nutritious than rock cabbage. Another thing is a lot of people have trouble digesting rock Apogee gap here whatever. If you let the bacteria have a -- -- your cabbage first. You noticed it's our pro you're making it -- get the bubbly. And that's all although those bubbles or bubble that aren't gonna happen inside -- -- so. Is your digest. It even more true for some other from and it reflects story. Really hard to digest win when it's not for -- and -- it is tremendous. It's easier to digest. You know we're not gonna have enough time -- as I -- through by the way. And I suppose that you do it all the demo pictures but whoever took the pictures to the great job. I mean yeah I'm very grateful for the photographer -- the designer right right I totally agree that can fit actors like I can't take any credit for its. I think they'll take credit for the hand there's my head. And I'm very happy with both visual. What a pocket -- again we were not gonna talk about all the recipes -- everything if you make yogurt. A wanna talk about prefer -- lines but first. Since Kim she is what caught you and you have a what seems to be a really simple recipe and already -- taken. Helmeted jazz up my Kim -- and make it spicier and if I I have memories of -- she being like buried after for years and you don't really need to do that via. You know need to bury and I mean look at what other things in -- from -- -- result there's the temperature aspect to it like certain. -- work best at certain temperatures. Provincial fermentation. They usually you know if you if you leave things out and warm temperature than things happen faster. If you put the that a cooler temperature than they happened were slowly but you put them in the fridge -- Slowdown to a crawl that before we had refrigerators. There's the challenge of how do you how do you keep you know vegetables for the winners today you need to keep consumer cool but not hold. Knowing in Korea the way they've done that traditionally the way they still do it in some places it is. By you know feeling a -- with kimchi which is basically. Spacey sauerkraut although the Koreans might say that sauerkraut and just -- -- -- Just put the -- with him she then buried in the ground and if you go down not too far it's always 5055 degrees no matter what time of year. You ever root cellar or something like that you can duplicate that I just bring in your cellar. So that varying you know -- happen very you can keep that generally if I'm making -- keep hitters room to have. Until. It's sufficiently cemented middle that they're free trader has looked at apple and. That just looks like a great idea we're gonna take another break Alex if you can stay with this -- wanna talk about. A little bit about for preservation if you ever had. Preserved lemons. Or lines you haven't lived you'd think it is -- limited so different and so much -- group with. 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Use radio thirteen thirty K and SS. Yeah. Welcome back I'm such -- though -- -- both give -- a copy of the book during that break and we forgot thank you Stewart for reminding me after the fact. But with the right now after the caller number 531643613. Thirty. You get a copy of Al excellence book real food fermentation preserving whole fresh fruits. With life culture in your own kitchen call now through -- 643613. Thirty store will pick on your information call now. OK Alex before it's ago. Preserved lemons and climbs one of the most creative fun things to cook with and -- that. That is overlooked pretty easy to do. Really is being I mean depending on what. Flavor you run them just need lemons and or lime and salt. You can also like in their tickling spaces. Richard is that things you can imagine there when you when you make pickles like you know peppercorns. And then clues and things like. An -- so you can make savory. Fermented. Preserved lemons or you could make them sweet. Absolutely. Another thing like then there recipes in my book I tend to make them plane. And then. That way you can and elaborate on the rest -- yourself what you can have them up. Once you have the basic template you can also adjust them up when you're about to use them so if you want to make extra deferment to lemonade which is something that. Drink in southeast Asia and so. You have your preserve limit her alarm. And then you can and so maybe sparkling water and sugar and you have the the most interesting lemonade you hover over tries. So this -- sweet example does -- -- example of people make in their roasted chicken with preserved lemon as a classic certain north Africans. Dish. News preserve -- anywhere -- -- -- more interest similar to making like a cucumber yogurt so it preserved lemon after grilling some finish. He kind of -- they saw. And. Just so cool and the book is great now exceeded our wonderful job beautiful guitar free simple easy to use stuff that most people just don't think about doing an omen. We ought to get back to that you know and and it was if I if I make Kim she. Columns are gonna sit on the show you and still be good. What can she can she happens pretty quickly so. You know you late he might make it leave it out on the counter for. Maybe 345 days spending and the temperature in your kitchen you can open the refrigerator. And it's probably good serve. Under six months. Its -- out sort of crunchy and he made the as a side dish that -- -- serve. Softer and more and Mauritanian. It's complain you know you wanna put in super scramble -- exert is like that'll be a little a little soft less crunchy. Among the political opinion isn't. Out of the book is great and. I think he's so much and I'm glad you liked it and I like I don't like these said that you're gonna and provide -- -- -- that's a threat of people do and say what they -- have confidence and it. Sure there will. Have a great weekend thanks for let me in Europe after Saturday. I get my -- aren't particularly. Alex Lewis and give anyone a check about feed me like you mean it. Dot com that's his blog and of course he -- -- you can simply go to. Real food fermentation the economy in order book there Amazon's got it. -- haven't who's the winner. Jim white congratulations brother who looked at fifth caller news. Already as they say on TV we have a winner take another quick break and then when we come back we're gonna talk about this great fun event that's coming up right around the corner. It's a benefit for catch that's KE TCH and you know what that stands for. Will be right back after the sharper -- Supplies -- here recently had the opportunity to spend time with pat away. 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Well at we have a lot of different I didn't sincerely haven't had before because they've expanded the options include anything that's light and are related. So there really and twist is not only do you get to enjoy all the great food from their restaurant you don't have to send. Your whole evening going back for a two different options ever -- bitter right on your. And it computer invested. In -- Graham. Or you can -- text message and even if he can't make it out even bit -- lawyer on your couch at home. Interesting I think that's a technical thing that I think it's probably gonna catch on because. But the worst part is that all the bitter table folks are going to be sitting there with their -- stuck -- -- on more than normal. How long -- they're raising money where Caylee yeah. Ask Johnny Q in the classics played music when the doors open -- VIP doors open at six open to the public at seven and then you've got to pretty much a who's who. Of some of the restaurants involved this year. We do we have everyone from march 3 -- Brothers pirates you know. -- player pool all of streak they've really expanded that menu this year it's incredible variety. -- Peter we're ready this executive chef at the -- he'll have and and in the course. We know and who calls involving a Jamie's threatens involved and some of the big wind aficionados are tar -- so the ones are always going to be good especially if you pay that extra money into the VIP room and you should there will be some lines there that. You might not find anywhere else in town. Exactly -- conflict and Jamie stand -- working really hard on Matt and then. Ugly redhead it's connected as it says masters only eight from red State Street and -- -- excited to have him come out. And the -- immigration bill lot of fun. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And the best way to get tickets it is cadets at bidding prepared dot com -- power -- how it. And and if you can't spell out the powdery get them. Flip flopped like a lot of people beating that it can't stop ordered and that KE TC -- stuck or. And the one Pallet is the kind that you paid off of a -- -- is where huge of jam food down your neck. It's a catchy name. You get it. Ashley thanks government -- program -- look forward to hopefully fix a muscular shouldn't be there but it's not Adobe -- event. -- -- -- we we're gonna have a package in the live auction as well also -- Have a great weekend -- thanks it. All right the favorite part of my show now is. The one of the week. And this one of the week is one that. Has always been a favorite. Rumba. And somebody said he was an aviator and now we're we're talking about 1985. And met him. And that was the beginnings of -- are with him at home and it. What a great guy airline pilot still flies well most recently was still fly tipped as well as the debate button. His son KR has taken over in their American spectacular -- the widely available Jacob liquor change as the 2009. -- are not a cab. If you -- -- are shorten a you know that it's a premium product. This one smells so good haven't pace and yet Wil Wheaton will talk a little bit with my next test Todd Izzo Todd are you there my brother. I am I got married on. A great thanks for let me jump in your weekend and I'm so glad that your come into town for the wants this dinner. On the nineteenth when a tree. Yeah I mean so looking forward to -- menu looks amazing. Well you know everybody goes out of their way to make. This event -- the one dinners both of them special and I think in this case do in this. -- aren't friends one that they make an extensive portfolio but but we need a little more white ones so we knew we had to locate Brad sellers. Not far down the road there in Napa valley's keep the kind of a Napa Valley thing and -- we had a little Silverado vineyards. One into the mix so. With the -- you're gonna get rumba. And yours now epic. Be a lot of fun. Tells it you've been out the one areas I have it's it's a beautiful place up on. Hill and just making spectacular one. Yeah it is and and obviously you know run -- is known for their shortened NN and we're gonna be featuring. With the at -- fish course which is gonna be really nice pairing I'm with that. The pork belly in the sea bass but -- you -- you know that the Marleau and the cabernet are I don't know that they get overlooked but the probably not as appreciated. For the -- because they're Chardonnay is so. I guess prevalence sought after and Chardonnay actually is in pretty short. And availability this year because -- I don't say bad management but some issues with the weather in 2011 so. A lot of these winds are to be facing at -- dinner are brought there was availability and some instances as might be one of very few opportunities to get a chance to take these. I think you know when you taste the the -- in the in the church in the cabernet you know people realize that Ron Bauer is more than just Chardonnay house. Much more actually in the there's and then they'll actually which we tried to -- that we could even get because has already sold out and then having the Silverado and Ron -- -- cabernet is kind of playing off each other for the main course I think is a great idea we kind of seat. With these 22 iconic I kidnap the -- is -- good -- like side by side -- -- well nuances and you know how. -- -- slightly differently you know no more let's from the same area and and in around and and both have that have huge dollar reputation in Napa -- United is such a great family and at folks you may not know this but. -- room -- Man I can't believe it's been this long but at best I can tell it was 82 years ago. That armor room Howard did the joy of cooking -- vanguard cookbooks. That still plays and nurturing role because the families carry on with updated and in new versions of the joy of cooking and it's incorporated in the website and of course they make joy they're beautiful those -- on. And in such an interesting -- -- to have a distinguished career. In the airline business and then to get involved in the one business and do what he's done in a relatively short period of time I think. What was it like early eighties when the program like eighty to 81. The timeframe and we'll take a showplace winery. Probably use all is -- savings. And -- but it really worked out well just spectacular products and now okay are pretty much from the show and. Did and actually we were hoping to have him come out and and he actually had. They're committed. You know scheduled pending in and unfortunately this schedule didn't work out. But that would have been a real treat to have him comment. But -- is still there is -- I guess his title was actually national sales director but he's heavily involved with. With the winemaking process is well. The end of unfortunately. It did I don't know I almost had to bring it up because they don't know the answer that didn't -- wife passed away. Well you know what I'm I'm not entirely sure about. I think she did -- of -- he quit going on the road quite a bit the news she was. Fairly new -- And it's just great famine there doing such good work -- let's talk about the dinner you mentioned who. Some of the of the pairing for let's talk more about that and folks if you wanna take a look at this menu. Go to AI WF which drug dot com you can get links there and find out from general information because. Not only is had a via the host of these dinners but we are also are which -- chapter has hosted the national conference the week of one -- So you learn that but. The menus are available at midwest one fest dot com and they are filling up quick you make reservations. Take a look at that when you -- when you wanton and call -- there with their credit card and and get booked into the dinner show. Other reception I just love this this this this event is that which stock country club -- and Todd have you had -- -- food before. You know I have not I've I've I've been out there for a few events but if I never had an opportunity to actually sit down under the formula and they have had some. Some appetizers and and and some some some -- of course but never -- better. Well I know you're going to be busy on that night because you're going to be talking about some of the ones and and corner on the tables and chat with folks but make time to eat each courts because he always goes way out of his way to do exceptional job. And the sound such like as simple pass around but. Brush -- there with cameras all cream grilled pineapple upper shootout and then he makes shrimp purses. That are just magnificent and that's cool with -- seller -- revenue -- And that's the reception the pastor of Columbia one of with the folks of the black tie event. You don't have to -- products but it is dressy affair and it's always fun to get dressed up when. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- You mentioned the fish course and from our short and say is probably. -- went with -- somebody call that the is that cougar Jews had a window ladies come off the tennis court you know and they get together for a late lunch they want a glass of -- or -- it. -- it's my wife's favorite and and rightly so -- this is a big. -- a traditional. From the -- correctly with -- overly weird -- you -- it's that a big overblown. Heavily joked. I'm anxious creamy shortened day that is there a common place for it and the time is now on the place of right here in Germany. It is the obviously you know it's it's a 100% -- Eros and you know age extensively in French and American it's got. You know its opposition synchronicity and expect from from from Chardonnay from that area with that -- -- barrel aging. That are also I mean it does has tonight's fruit in the city to its I think that that. The B a minute I don't want to say it's its balance in terms of fruit verses you know the rich and previous -- that probably has a little bit heavier on the -- side and then in the decision in -- in the fruit but with this pairing with you get the you know the sea bass. But then you have that braised pork belly and the -- -- to give them that that Christmas -- -- is it that the menu. And of the -- almost mimics that does the line in terms of you've got that light -- -- delicacy bats as -- and then you've got also the kind of a delicate fruit flavors I think you've got that heavy. Rich creamy -- that you -- with a shortened as well so I think is to be really nice pairing. Every time I read this fish course. It makes my mouth water broiled Chilean sea bass. Apple allspice braised pork belly and Vanilla -- lobster brewer block. I'm telling it is it not only will it tasted it looked pretty yeah in with a glass of Chardonnay on the side they're from -- I think that's the -- were going to -- even -- what we're stricter but at the hopefully we'll see -- there but then now we push it up with the first course dot comfy with fava beans herbs and bacon. Bacon makes everything better. Possible but the -- I haven't had the current release of the -- Or the cabin now the cab just now but that traditionally the -- always been one of the one of their best red ones. Yeah I mean it's it's. In addition to not -- this from part Eros which typically is isn't a huge -- sourcing region but it minutes. It it's got some cabernet and -- Dublin until it so it's gonna have some -- instructions and body to have -- but it's it's it's it's nice you know people -- start flavors. That can prepare really well what they're kind of Agassi earth in this of the dot copy and and that and the problem beans on -- it's it's definitely something -- -- that. That people will be pleasantly surprised that they haven't you know I had a lot of experience but from our reds in the past with the -- and on up the chart and number of them ever enemy course. And then the on trade it it just keeps giving Maytag Blue Cheese grow a team tenderloin of -- Sweeper at grotto big corn squash -- And glossy Adibi. And that's gonna go with -- are Napa -- the one in the week as well as Silverado -- cap. You know the difference and vineyards your what their corner and they are using for the -- our verses. The sober -- vineyards you know -- You know not -- the -- my -- I know that that the young sourcing for the Silverado. There's a lot of stags leap in Oakville on there and in the -- bowers is his. In this slick from that area but from some smaller blocks around the area so I think Elaine actually as were a lot of it's coming from. So there's going to be yes some some differences in terms of the sourcing which again I was think it's always fun. Intense winds side by side particularly you know within. Those specifics of revelations that are so close together but still create such different characteristics in the audience. Yet the 2000 Napa cab. News comes -- has fruit from stags leap and atlas speaks -- some hillside mountain -- stuff. And then like you said say no leader and also from the flat -- opera calloused over so a good mix it gives the -- one maker the opportunity to play. And it's 88% -- a 7% the Prudhoe 5% -- a -- Fourteen point one -- nineteen months and for a joke this is a lot of one for the money and it smells so good. Oh dear. Oh Maytag Blue Cheese -- a team and tenderloin of beef in this wind makes for a happy night. What folks should get this one of course to Jacob liquor change and is the one of the week but we're not done did you see the -- -- raspberry and chocolate. Sable cookie raspberry marmalade. And -- what what it's natural and cultural and chocolate cream. I don't know. -- -- Not -- that's what I'm looking toward finding out. And how about that -- a little bit of raspberry sorbet to lighten it up some coffee and tea to give you driving home safely. And you have been a part of the rumba. Part of this year urged midwest one confess the event is April 19 7 PM which our country club. Both dinners are 125 you can learn more at Libya which dot dot com and you better make a reservation quick as they're going to be sold out. Thought I can't wait to see a commitment can be found. Absolutely look forward are we going to let that are elections while we're going the other dinner bomber. It's absolutely are you gonna be around on Saturday at the grand -- -- Yeah I'll be there for the whole event I think I'm coming intersect for the for the locker bounce and through till the end of the grand tasting. I don't. Well all you pouring what are what are you poor immigrant facing you know. I mean it's but the two to Julian mentioned I mean there's you know hundreds of fantastic -- I look for the seat of their my friend Todd is open standard beverage they have been part of the program. Our guys are too good like I hope you'll take the time out of your Saturday to join us here every Saturday noon to 1 PM. It's a lunch hour with good -- guy but if we can't do that. What did you but some friends over have a bring a bottle -- Some outside in the snow and make it. I'm -- -- to Goodwin Pulitzer next week.

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