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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by teletimetx, Aug 30, 2018.
The usual go to’s, java or H2O
Milk with dinner. Anything else,probably water, tea, Gatorade or something
Not that I don’t approve or disapprove. But the smell makes me sick faster than the food does All of my friends have been trying to help remember I work in the greenhouse industry .but it just doesn’t work for me. I tried the heebeeegeebee oil or whatever they call it and it didn’t do any good but at least it didn’t smell...... I’m haveing a Bratwurst on the grill for lunch. I never know what I’m going to crave from one day to the next. If it don’t work out, I have some more lovely Boost and Ensure
im having some red wine right now.
Last night it was three of these, then a 24oz Miller Lite, then the fourth Ute. This morning, half a gallon of water.
It'll be iced coffee with some non-fat sweet cream.
Sake. I’ve been into good sake lately. Took a three-day course last April and actually was tested and successfully became a Certified Sake Specialist from a recognized (and reputable!) professional sake organization in Japan. Got a really cool certificate with a bunch of cool stamps and Japanese writing on it.
Tonight I had this one, called Dassai 50 Junmai Daigingo “Otter Festival”:
“...sweet aromas including grape juice, cotton candy, and a hint of lemonade....full-figured flavor that rushes chewy fruit tones to all corners of your mouth...hints of anise and sneaky mild veggie aftertaste. The subtle sweetness including grape and berries becomes more pronounced when the fluid warms in the mouth.”
I also drink and love beer. Just so you know I’m not some sissy.
That sounds intriguing. When it comes to sake I buy the cheap stuff. I'm afraid if I go top drawer that will just become another drag on my budget. What I don't know can't tempt me.
i love saki, but only in the winter.
I drink it warm in the winter and cool (white wine temp) in the summer. Nothing goes better with sashimi.
to me, it just doesnt taste as good at room temp as it does when you heat it up.
nothing better than hot saki on a cold winter night.
After dinner were these:
There’s decent stuff that’s world’s better than the cheap stuff but still affordable. Try something that at least says junmai or junmai gingo. So smooth and much more complexity comes through. Hard to explain without experiencing it. And drink cold not hot.
Warm sake has its place and can be nice. But the “better” stuff is served cold (or at least the stuff that’s made more carefully and with the rice grains shaved further down). Heat eliminates much of the nuances that the “better” stuff is known for. But they’re both good. I drink the cheapest Mexican beers sometimes or the not-cheap craft beers too. For different foods, different occasions and different reasons. And it’s all good.
This just in! Another thing to go with sake?
Me too, brother. The best stuff on earth!
Hah. I can see that! I was just in China and missed these! Darn!
But in Kyoto in the same trip I did try Kit Kat candy bars in flavors of Cheese, Sake, Wasabi, Strawberry, Melon and Green Tea!
I saw those in Kyoto, too! Then I saw some limited edition Matcha Kit Kat here in Canuckistan so I bought a bunch.
The wasabi are surprisingly good! Kyoto was bliss for me...