Edition Twenty 8 to 14 November 2009 (Wine by Cush)


 

My new system of writing short pieces and reflections has proven successful and I plan to continue using it. I posted a few good ones of the mentioned in edition twenty. Niacin does save one’s life though doctors would rather prescribe expensive medicines and avoid the free Niacin effect. The battle over California wine will never end. Time may finally have arrived for sanctioned napping on the job. Social media is a must today except for the executives. And your local bank maybe selling alcohol-to-go soon! Why eat processed food anyway? The food racists are here since nobody is sure traditional racism still works. Americans prefer to take the drink home rather than at an establishment. And Michael Bauer, the king of west coast food critics, finally wrote a decent food-related blog post this week (and celebrated the demise and the closing of Acme Chophouse to remind everyone what a great sport MB really is). That was more than what I had written in the past few weeks for one edition and will probably continue as such. I am afraid tasting notes will find their way into the editions also making for many more posts in the future.

*This post belongs to this week’s edition of Wine by Cush Magazine blog and published early in World of Cush also.

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