Wine Yoda on Tumblr

A Vineyard Gate blog on Tumblr
~ Wednesday, January 29 ~
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Jean-Yves Peron skimps on the label but not on the wine

Jean-Yves Peron skimps on the label but not on the wine


~ Wednesday, January 15 ~
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big bowl of ramen + copious cider and sake I’m happy


~ Sunday, January 12 ~
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Free run sake from manual press

Free run sake from manual press


~ Sunday, January 5 ~
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Nebraska showing

Nebraska showing


~ Sunday, December 22 ~
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With photographer David Johnson at Marcus Bookstore in Fillmore

With photographer David Johnson at Marcus Bookstore in Fillmore


~ Thursday, December 5 ~
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Hot bowl of crab cioppino tonight to beat the chill

Hot bowl of crab cioppino tonight to beat the chill


~ Monday, December 2 ~
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~ Saturday, November 30 ~
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Calm post Thanksgiving night in SF

Calm post Thanksgiving night in SF


~ Monday, November 25 ~
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themadfeed:

Spread the word
Over the past two weeks, our friends at London’s Clove Club (Daniel Willis, Johnny Smith, chef Isaac McHale) have put together a campaign to get restaurants in their city — and around the globe — to help the Haiyan Typhoon relief efforts.
The way it works is simple: an establishment gives customers the option of adding £1 to their bill for a contribution to the cause, which, if accepted, the restaurant will match. Funds go to the Disasters Emergency Committee, a group that brings the 14 main UK aid agencies together at times of crisis.
So far, the effort has spread throughout London’s best restaurants and is starting to catch on outside the city. The group is organizing several attractive dinner auctions to raise funds, as well. 
If you’re interested in learning more, visit Haiyan Aid’s website. 
For restaurateurs outside of London who’d like help out or implement similar efforts in their cities, please reach out to Daniel and the gang via Twitter. 

Happy to spread the word

themadfeed:

Spread the word

Over the past two weeks, our friends at London’s Clove Club (Daniel Willis, Johnny Smith, chef Isaac McHale) have put together a campaign to get restaurants in their city — and around the globe — to help the Haiyan Typhoon relief efforts.

The way it works is simple: an establishment gives customers the option of adding £1 to their bill for a contribution to the cause, which, if accepted, the restaurant will match. Funds go to the Disasters Emergency Committeea group that brings the 14 main UK aid agencies together at times of crisis.

So far, the effort has spread throughout London’s best restaurants and is starting to catch on outside the city. The group is organizing several attractive dinner auctions to raise funds, as well. 

If you’re interested in learning more, visit Haiyan Aid’s website.

For restaurateurs outside of London who’d like help out or implement similar efforts in their cities, please reach out to Daniel and the gang via Twitter

Happy to spread the word


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~ Wednesday, November 6 ~
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needed comfort of astoria bianco at The Exit on a crawl of hidden speakeasies in Manila’s Makati district

needed comfort of astoria bianco at The Exit on a crawl of hidden speakeasies in Manila’s Makati district