RE: What Are You Working On?

Subject: RE: What Are You Working On?
From: john -at- garisons -dot- com
To: "Al Geist" <al -dot- geist -at- geistassociates -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 18 Apr 2008 16:04:52 -0400 (EDT)

I'm looking forward to a Mo Zin from my college buddy Pete Spann's
vineyard. ( Delightful stuff! The way he tells it,
I'm partially to blame for his career in wine (I got him the first job at
Brennan's in New Orleans ...) Anyway, he makes some darned good wine!

A little salmon in the smoker for an hour or two is a great accompaniment.

And the snow is mostly off the lawn, but we still have at least two 5-foot
high drifts next to the garage ... and I'm two hours south of you, Al!

John G

Oh yeah ... work: updating the web site with new info on the prostate
cancer program. You asked!

Al opined:

> Might I suggest a fine Wente 2005 Small Lot Syrah, or maybe their "Smith
> Bench" Zinfandel. Personally, I'm working on some hardware manual
> addendums
> while looking forward to grilled Italian sausage, caprice salad (with
> Buffalo Mozzarella), olives, hard crust bread (drizzled with olive oil and
> herbs and slightly grilled), and a either the Syrah or Zin. There is no
> more
> snow around out Vermont home, and we are celebrating.....
> It was either that or Kielbasa and sauerkraut....


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