Monday, December 24, 2007
Here's the first of what will probably be a few list of superlatives posts. Enjoy!
Most misguided proposed food pairing proposed by a customer-
2005 Quinta do Crasto Douro Reserva and Veal scallopini
Most inspired proposed customer kitchen sabotage -
a lady who wanted to cook rib roast, but instead was told she needs to cook a turkey, plans on making sides that will not go well with the turkey, but that would have complemented the beef perfectly.
Best breakroom snack (nutritious) -
the never ending supply of dried apricots, peaches, currants and plums
Best breakroom snack (not nutritious) -
the tray of chocolate truffles
Most timely breakroom food run - Burritos mid-afternoon on Christmas Eve. You're the man, Jorge!
Best customer t-shirt - Putting the 'g' in 'gangsta,' pink typeface on a bright green tee.
Most encouraging feedback from a customer - "Thanks for your persistence" (after spending nearly 10 minutes tracking down the riedel single malt glasses). Temporary location? Underneath the wine accessories behind the counter.
Best POS made by a home winemaker -
Olema Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2005 - "Totally vinified to drink right now!" That's why they call you 'the master,' Jim Barr!
Best bottle of Champagne enjoyed toward the end of the day -
Tarlant Cuvee Louis magnum.
Go-to gift bottle of Italian red -
La Fortuna Brunello Riserva 2001
Go-to gift bottle of Bordeaux -
Pontet Canet 1996
Category with the best, deepest selection for the holidays -
German wines (congrats, Jefe.)