Re: Tank Car lettering conventions
Bill Daniels <billinsf@...>
The dishwasher here is doing the dishes (my wife refuses to do dishes, so when we redid the kitchen a Kitchen Aid dishwasher was spec'ed and installed... no more doing dishes in the sink!)toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
We had the standing rib roast for dinner, with a very nice wine (a BV Private Reserve Cab from 1986... I've owned the bottle since Christmas 1990... it's about time it got drunk.) Connie made a nice cherry cheesecake for desert, and it was a nice dinner...
I wonder if BV ever shipped out by rail... the winery (in Rutherford, CA in Napa Valley) is right across the street from the former SP Napa Valley line which is now the route of the Napa Valley Wine Train.
I hope everyone here had a good Christmas... with visions of tank cars dancing in their heads (obligatory freight car content).
--- On Fri, 12/25/09, Schuyler Larrabee <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
From: Schuyler Larrabee <email@example.com>
Subject: RE: [STMFC] Re: Tank Car lettering conventions
Date: Friday, December 25, 2009, 6:52 PM
Denny Anspach wrote:
Well, today, I am chef, cook, and bottle washer with my capable son-in-law as assistant- aChristmas present to Mama. I
made pecan and mincemeat pies yesterday (only Grade B dark maple syrup, and roasted pecans!).While I relax at the
computer and contemplate decal applications on my STEAM ERA FREIGHT CARS, I absent myself every 30minutes
to baste the roast . It will be removed from the oven when the core temp reaches 120º, and thenallowed to rest for
awhile until carved at the table.
First, I contributed my famous (not kidding!) scalloped potatoes to my cousin's dinner table last
night, two dishes worth, and none came home with us . . . 8^(
Today, I made our traditional Christmas Day dinner, Beef Bourguignonne, served very simply with rice
and a good green salad. Oh, and some fairly good wine, coffee and sweets.
Both recipes from the Joy of Cooking, but with variations based on ~40 years experience.
I am the cook every day, but haven't washed dishes for decades, a deal I consider as good as it
gets. It gets me out of the kitchen and dining room earlier so I can get to the steam era freight
cars . . .
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