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WBW #9
Apr 28th, 2005

What: Wine Blogging Wednesday #9
Theme: Think Pink
When: May 11, 2005
Where: Here, and all over the blogosphere
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Buy a pretty, pretty pink wine. Forget those nasty Pink Zinfandels, try a chilled dry rose. Or get a Pink Zin if you secretly want an excuse, doesn't matter, just buy the wine, drink it, and post your impressions right here on the 11th of May, the year of our lord 2005.


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Kymm, you really should be a food writer. I'm really quite serious about this.

I like pink wine. I think I might try a sparkling rose! In honor of my last final ever, which takes place on the 11th of May, the year of someone's lord 2005. (My lord, in case you're wondering, is Jebus). Help me, Jebus.

-posted by Shannon on Apr 28th, 2005
So I just got back from France (god that's fun to say). And while there I had two revelations: 1) looking at a map is amazingly informative when it comes to wine (duh). 2) I like champagne (well, sparkeling whites in general, Presecco is also quite nice) and I shall drink more of it.

I agree with shannon about your being a food writer kymm.

-posted by adm on Apr 30th, 2005
Kymm explained to me that someone has coined the term temple food. It is the food you feed yourself when you want to treat your body like a temple. This receipe is supposed to be good for cancer patients.

butternut squash soup
1/4 - 1/2 cup grates ginger
whole white onion chopped
3 - 4 Tablespoons cup white wine vinegar
skinned and cubed butternut squash
water

Sautee the ginger and onion in about a Tablespoon of olive oil. When the onion is becoming clear or when the ginger is starting to stick to the pan, add white wine vinegar and let cook until the vinegar reduces a bit. Add the squash, cover with water, and bring to a boil. Let everything simmer until ingredients can be easily blended - about 2 hours.
Blend ingredients and serve warm with cilantro and orange zest.

-posted by Steph on May 6th, 2005
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