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Chow Tour #10 -- You've Got To Hear the Butter Story

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Dave Feldman Sep 14, 2006 12:44 AM

Loved the epic podcasts from northern Virginia (http://www.chowhound.com/features/sho...

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It's all worth listening to, but if you don't have much time, definitely click on "Dave's Childhood in Canton and the Butter Story."

  1. Jim Leff Sep 14, 2006 02:58 AM

    A note about this installment....something got screwed up and the first podcast (of Eartha, my GPS unit, going "HAL") isn't live linked. I'm hoping this can be fixed sometime today....

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    1. re: Jim Leff
      Pat Hammond Sep 14, 2006 09:31 PM

      The podcast is up now. Clearly, Eartha was teaching you a lesson, with all the loop de loops.

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      Alexandra Eisler Sep 14, 2006 02:43 PM

      I'm not sure which is my favorite quote from this meal :

      "fatty, yet light"

      or

      "Jersey's like our French Provence"

      1. Jim Leff Sep 14, 2006 09:10 PM

        Ok, they've corrected the link, and you can now hear the podcast about my GPS unit going beserk on me (terrifying).

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          eapter Sep 18, 2006 01:49 AM

          The left-brain / right-brain wine discussion is exactly why there's no better pair to taste with than Dave Sit and Jim Leff. Dave has the best analytical palate I know, (and one of the best wine-memories) and Jim has the passion that finds the brilliant, quirky aspect and waxes poetic on it for hours. Although the butter in Chicago DID turn out to be Land-o-Lakes (and Jim, NOBODY missed that, even though they pretended to) it was Jim's enthusiasm that was on display - not the butter

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            Jim Leff Sep 18, 2006 03:33 PM

            In ten years, I've never used these boards to make a strictly personal statement...but it's GREAT to hear from you. This poster is a long-lost friend who taught me everything I know about wine (well...Dave Sit and Melanie Wong taught me a good bit, too), and has both palate AND passion. Plus makes incredible barbecue. Please post more!

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