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    Lucy I trade ya?

    *proffers her picked over chinese food*
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    No way, sweetie, sorry. This quiche *rocks*.
    Or maybe that's just the wine.
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    Most anything in a pie crust rocks
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    MMMMMMMMMM.. Kung Pao..

    I suppose I should get to making something to eat. I gotta eat before I go partay tonight.. I've been on a cabbage kick the last few days.. don't ask.. I'm strange.

    Mmmmm.. Red wine.. what kind is it?

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    It's from a local vineyard (I'm in Virginia), and bills itself as "table wine" so I don't know if it's merlot or what. But it's smooth, it's not too dry, and it's my favorite.
    Cabbage? Oh, honey. :nono
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    Do your friends a favor, Matt - no cabbage before the par-tay.

    Gosh, I am so sick of cooking. All week it's been chicken, brown rice, veg and more veg. Easy but booooooring. I actually popped in here to get ideas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucy
    It's from a local vineyard (I'm in Virginia), and bills itself as "table wine" so I don't know if it's merlot or what. But it's smooth, it's not too dry, and it's my favorite.
    Cabbage? Oh, honey. :nono
    Lol.. well as long as it's good. They have vineyards in Virginia? I have never heard of a wine coming from Virginia..

    Yes.. no cabbage for me tonight.. I wouldn't want to be.. rude..

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    We have *scads* of vineyards in Virginia. I'm not sure they export much, though, and I actually have a vague notion state law says they can't. They're mostly pretty small operations, anyway. But fun for an afternoon tour/tasting.

    Hep, looking back through this thread, you came to the wrong place for ideas. It appears we're all thawing frozen stuff, snacking, ordering out, or surviving on nicotine and/or cabbage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucy
    We have *scads* of vineyards in Virginia. I'm not sure they export much, though, and I actually have a vague notion state law says they can't. They're mostly pretty small operations, anyway. But fun for an afternoon tour/tasting.

    Hep, looking back through this thread, you came to the wrong place for ideas. It appears we're all thawing frozen stuff, snacking, ordering out, or surviving on nicotine and/or cabbage.
    That's pretty cool. We have lots of vineyards here in BC as well.. some very good, up and coming wineries, as well as some internationally known ones. BC is really one of the places to watch over the next 10 years or so. Especially with the climate change, it's becoming more conducive to growing high quality wines.

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