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Topic: OT: DP drinkability? (2 msgs / 103 lines)
1) From: Sandra Andina
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"Okay," you must be thinking, "don't you have anything more relevant  
about which to worry?"
Well, it's New Year's Eve, I have pals coming over (a lot fewer than  
usual, thanks to a snowstorm, ice-fog, and a nasty virus going around  =
causing more friends to stay home under a blanket sipping chicken  
broth while watch "New Year's Rockin' Eve," if they even feel like  
staying up that late).  I will be serving mostly shrimp, sushi rolls,  =
and a little Costco Osetra (couldn't park near the Russian grocery to  =
get the dirt-cheap and killer salmon roe).  There will be some  
charcuterie, cheese (cheddar & Humboldt Fog), dolmades, taquitos,  
chips, veggies, fruit and assorted sweets.
Besides some domestic (CA, OR, MI, NY) and more esoteric bubblies,  
which I prefer to bring to parties or pop during the year, I have 2  
carefully-cellared bottles of Dom Perignon ('90 & '93) as well as Moet  =
& Chandon Brut Rosť '93.  Are they still drinkable or will oxidation  =
overwhelm the yeasty-toastiness? If there's gonna be one left over,  
which one should I hide to drink with my hubby during the Rose Bowl  
tomorrow?
Oh--coffees (long after the bubbly) will be Tanzania Meru and classic  =
Sumatra, and decaf Esmeralda & Las Ranas. (Got maybe 3 shots of Rocket  =
Fuel left from my last batch and the new batch was roasted yesterday).
Sandy Andina
www.myspace.com/sandyandina
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"Okay," you must be thinking, =
"don't you have anything more relevant about which to worry?"Well, =
it's New Year's Eve, I have pals coming over (a lot fewer than usual, =
thanks to a snowstorm, ice-fog, and a nasty virus going around causing =
more friends to stay home under a blanket sipping chicken broth while =
watch "New Year's Rockin' Eve," if they even feel like staying up that =
late).  I will be serving mostly shrimp, sushi rolls, and a little =
Costco Osetra (couldn't park near the Russian grocery to get the =
dirt-cheap and killer salmon roe).  There will be some charcuterie, =
cheese (cheddar & Humboldt Fog), dolmades, taquitos, chips, veggies, =
fruit and assorted sweets.Besides some domestic (CA, OR, MI, =
NY) and more esoteric bubblies, which I prefer to bring to parties or =
pop during the year, I have 2 carefully-cellared bottles of Dom Perignon =
('90 & '93) as well as Moet & Chandon Brut Rosť '93.  Are =
they still drinkable or will oxidation overwhelm the yeasty-toastiness? =
If there's gonna be one left over, which one should I hide to drink with =
my hubby during the Rose Bowl tomorrow?
Oh--coffees (long after = the bubbly) will be Tanzania Meru and classic Sumatra, and decaf = Esmeralda & Las Ranas. (Got maybe 3 shots of Rocket Fuel left from = my last batch and the new batch was roasted yesterday). Sandy Andinawww.myspace.com/sandyandina = --Apple-Mail-34--352713043--

2) From: Barry Luterman
Not The Rose Bowl. Everyone watch The Sugar Bowl and root Hawaii
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