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Weekend drinking 18-20 Jan 19


#82

Probably as well I don’t have one now… :wink: . I can think of a few who might be in my line of fire…a sawn off version might take them all out at once…


#83

Concur. Easy to get hold of, and delightfully easy to cook. Lower in fat than beef, and even the potentially tough cubed meat works well in the slow cooker…where I also cook partridge, pheasant, mallard, pigeon, hare and rabbit.


#84

Can someone please suggest a suitable wine to go with our local specialty…Squirrel.


#85

I was wondering what had happened to squirrel on your original list of game…same as partridge maybe? A nice red Burgundy, New World Pinot or a Northern Rhone red maybe? New World might be appropriate since the pesky greys came from there! Oregon Pinot Noir maybe?


#86

Perhaps a nutty sherry?


#87

This guide might be handy… :wink:

https://io9.gizmodo.com/wine-pairings-for-the-post-apocalypse-what-to-drink-wi-5963040


#88

Just opened a bottle of the Ostoros PN, must find a squirrel very soon…


#89

Having read that I hope I get wiped out.


#90

How is it ? Haven’t tried it yet .


#91

I think you will be surprised. It is great for under £7…


#92

I don’t think I will , I had fully expected it to be really good but wanted to hear what you thought before I stuck a couple cases in reserves ! Thanks again Akos :+1:, you’re like a personal wine tester for me :slightly_smiling_face:


#93

They’ll be all the vogue in the wake of the catastrophe that is to come. The squirrels, that is, not the Romanian Pinot, which will no longer be such a cheapie :slight_smile:


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