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Clayton had a good apple pie today form the local bakery but not homemade. My wife made an awesome PumpkinPie though.

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Clayton had a good apple pie today form the local bakery but not homemade. My wife made an awesome PumpkinPie though.


Now any dessert made by a loved one is the whipped cream of the crop.

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That's why I'm not completely there yet. There are times that I need to listen to music with headphones. Yesterday I heard sounds that I hadn't heard while listening through my speakers. Like background sounds thrown way to the left or right ear. It was a song by Grizzly Bear off their Shields LP. The song is Gun-Shy. An incredible piece to listen to on headphones.

thanks i will check out that song now.

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Thanks! I always need great suggestions for a food retreat!

Special place.

The family started French Laundry - sold it to Keller - and bought the farm & opened a cooking school.

Now the next generations runs the farm and the son orchestrates an amazing prix fixe at the local hotel: http://www.boonvillehotel.com/menu.php

Let's just say breakfast in the main house is french press coffee, fresh biscuits with their jams, their apple cider and their homemade yogurt/granola (they used to have a cow but now just get fresh milk from the neighbor to make yogurt)...

It's not cheese pie, but it is still worth a trip or three!

AppleMark

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Go Bears!

 

I really admire what Keller and long-time girlfriend Laura Cunningham accomplished with both the French Laundry and Per Se. When I get my next job, I'm going to dine at the former.

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Clayton had a good apple pie today form the local bakery but not homemade. My wife made an awesome PumpkinPie though.

 

Mason-Dixon Line-

 

 

:wink_face: I bet her pie was awesome! And while Pumpkin Pie certainly has its followers (devotees?), in my family the tradition has always been and will always be Sweet Potato Pie! Uh-oh :eek: food fight!!!

 

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Frank, I kid I kid... :D 


Edited by Silent One - 11/29/13 at 7:00pm
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im wondering what people think are the quietest 6sn7's for the the Glenn OTL?  

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LOL SO have not had that sweet potato pie in a long while. My favorite though is blueberry. She will make those in July when the blueberries are picked in Hammonton NJ the Blueberry capitol of thew world and 20 minutes form me,:beerchug:

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In my inventory I'd say the least quietest glass is Ken Rad, but all others are quiet: TS-BGRP; Brimar; Raytheon; RCA Smokies; GE; FIVRE ect...

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In my inventory I'd say the least quietest glass is Ken Rad, but all others are quiet: TS-BGRP; Brimar; Raytheon; RCA Smokies; GE; FIVRE ect...

thanks for the info, i need to start collecting some. 

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Go Bears!

 

I really admire what Keller and long-time girlfriend Laura Cunningham accomplished with both the French Laundry and Per Se. When I get my next job, I'm going to dine at the former.

My girl and my pooch at our cottage (outdoor shower + clawfoot tub) at the Apple Farm...

Worth the trip from LA!


Edited by parbaked - 11/29/13 at 7:39pm
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thanks for the info, i need to start collecting some. 

 

6SN7 Glass? :thumb: rosgr63 is your guy!

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My girl and my pooch at our cottage (outdoor shower + clawfoot tub) at the Apple Farm...

Worth the trip from LA!

 

Fantastique!

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Special place.

The family started French Laundry - sold it to Keller - and bought the farm & opened a cooking school.

Now the next generations runs the farm and the son orchestrates an amazing prix fixe at the local hotel: http://www.boonvillehotel.com/menu.php

Let's just say breakfast in the main house is french press coffee, fresh biscuits with their jams, their apple cider and their homemade yogurt/granola (they used to have a cow but now just get fresh milk from the neighbor to make yogurt)...

It's not cheese pie, but it is still worth a trip or three!

AppleMark

 

That looks great. Perhaps I can take Ultra- and his gf there next year. If he comes.

 

I used to work for Chalk Hill Winery back from 1980-1999. Of course it started off as the Dona Maria Vineyards in Healdsburg but Fred Furth, a prominent attorney (my boss) bought it and changed the name to Chalk Hill Winery. I used to love driving up there to fix their computers. We'd have lunch in their test kitchens and then get to take home free cases of wine that they would have normally thrown out because they had to do that after wine tasting was over for the day. Such fun. They also sold wines to The French Laundry and would try to bump me up the reservation list. Never happened.

 

But now I am seriously thinking about visiting The Boonville Hotel, specifically to dine at Table 128. Thank you so much for suggesting this place.

 

There's no place like another home. There's no place like another home. And it is not far from my home!

 

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:eek:.... for a speaker rig? 

 

Edit

 

I thought it was a different DAC, my bad

 

I'm just bored of changing gear and listening to different amps lately, moving them all around.

So for now it is just me and my Theorem/LCD2 combo and my Cosmic Ears ciems

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