EP 160 My Wine Picks Under $10

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Today Gary shows you 3 values that he likes and addresses the glass issue! Have a great weekend everyone and in case you haven’t heard, GO JETS!

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corkscrew

Not tried any of these wines. QOTD-cheddar and bacon burger. http://www.winelx.com

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  • Ben Lee

    Whataburgers are all over Mississppi and Alabama.

  • http://vinnylistek.com/ Jtk

    MMMMM Hamburgers. QOTD: Medium Rare with Lots of Bacon, Swiss, Jalapenos, Sauteed Onions, Mushrooms and BBQ. Also occasionally Fry up some Tomato slices to use instead of buns. Keep up the great work Gary ~ Cheers ~ Jtk

  • http://vinnylistek.com Jtk

    MMMMM Hamburgers. QOTD: Medium Rare with Lots of Bacon, Swiss, Jalapenos, Sauteed Onions, Mushrooms and BBQ. Also occasionally Fry up some Tomato slices to use instead of buns. Keep up the great work Gary ~ Cheers ~ Jtk

  • Jeff

    First off, sorry about the Jet’s.

    I really like to make my hamburgers with about 70% lean ground beef (be careful you don’t watch close, you can burn them up). There is something about those fatty burgers that tastes so good. A little salt, a little pepper, chopped onions and jalapeños on top, and cheese melted over-the-top at the very end. This must be served on sesame seed buns, that have been warmed on the grill. Dill pickles, lettuce, and tomato with some of my homemade spicy mustard! Served that with a little bit of cold German potato salad and a nice red zin, one with a little bit higher alcohol content, and you’re going to put your mouth and your stomach in heaven.

  • Jeff

    First off, sorry about the Jet’s.

    I really like to make my hamburgers with about 70% lean ground beef (be careful you don’t watch close, you can burn them up). There is something about those fatty burgers that tastes so good. A little salt, a little pepper, chopped onions and jalapeños on top, and cheese melted over-the-top at the very end. This must be served on sesame seed buns, that have been warmed on the grill. Dill pickles, lettuce, and tomato with some of my homemade spicy mustard! Served that with a little bit of cold German potato salad and a nice red zin, one with a little bit higher alcohol content, and you’re going to put your mouth and your stomach in heaven.

  • Steverino

    Simpsons cup….nice

    Jets….too bad, but better than my Skins.

    QOTD: Blue cheese burger, medium, toasted bun, nothing else.

  • Steverino

    Simpsons cup….nice

    Jets….too bad, but better than my Skins.

    QOTD: Blue cheese burger, medium, toasted bun, nothing else.

  • Riezin

    Riesling is one of the 6 noble grapes for a reason – it makes the best white wine in the world. Period. Dont believe it – try something 10 or 15 years old from the MOsel and be awakened.

    Burgers medium to medium rare.

  • Riezin

    Riesling is one of the 6 noble grapes for a reason – it makes the best white wine in the world. Period. Dont believe it – try something 10 or 15 years old from the MOsel and be awakened.

    Burgers medium to medium rare.

  • http://www.allurenj.com NJJohnnyT

    Wow, cup is already up to $310. Gary, at this rate you might have to throw in a bottle of Chat Le Pin, too.

    QOD: French Burger (Ichabod’s, Sea Bright, NJ) – covered with blue cheese, served au jus for dipping.

  • http://www.allurenj.com/ NJJohnnyT

    Wow, cup is already up to $310. Gary, at this rate you might have to throw in a bottle of Chat Le Pin, too.

    QOD: French Burger (Ichabod’s, Sea Bright, NJ) – covered with blue cheese, served au jus for dipping.

  • Eric B

    BTW Riesling is awesome! Just not any from California (that I have tried so far).

  • Eric B

    BTW Riesling is awesome! Just not any from California (that I have tried so far).

  • http://www.myspace.com/roblaliberte rob laliberte

    Gary I love you and your show. Most entertaining I have seen a show like yours.
    -rob

  • http://www.myspace.com/roblaliberte rob laliberte

    Gary I love you and your show. Most entertaining I have seen a show like yours.
    -rob

  • boyd

    Wish it’d gone better for you this weekend GV. This the way I like to see you.

    As for the QOTD, Black and Blue burger baby. Blackened with a ton of pepper and then slathered with good ass blue cheese. Onions and Tomatoes also are key. Then, maybe, just maybe some good mustard. I’m going to eat that right now!

  • boyd

    Wish it’d gone better for you this weekend GV. This the way I like to see you.

    As for the QOTD, Black and Blue burger baby. Blackened with a ton of pepper and then slathered with good ass blue cheese. Onions and Tomatoes also are key. Then, maybe, just maybe some good mustard. I’m going to eat that right now!

  • Miguelo DiMarco

    Hamburger (extra lean beef); grilled with chili powder on each side and topped with spicy chili-mayo and onions below the meat and avocado and mushrooms above. Sliced sourdough bread grilled with vegetable oil spray sprayed on the outer sides and [melted] freshly-shredded asiago cheese on the innner sides of the slices. Don’t forget the HRM RG Cabernet chaser.

  • Miguelo DiMarco

    Hamburger (extra lean beef); grilled with chili powder on each side and topped with spicy chili-mayo and onions below the meat and avocado and mushrooms above. Sliced sourdough bread grilled with vegetable oil spray sprayed on the outer sides and [melted] freshly-shredded asiago cheese on the innner sides of the slices. Don’t forget the HRM RG Cabernet chaser.

  • JayZee

    QOD: Hmmm. Well, there’s the traditional hamburger which for me is a 1/3 of a pound, medium rare, with lettuce, sauteed mushrooms, steak sauce, and onions on a whole wheat bun. But then my favorite non-traditional burger is from an Emeril Lagasse recipe and it is ground lamb with some wonderful spices grilled medium-rare, with some pepper-Jack cheese, chopped fresh rosemary, and some sour creme on an onion bun. MMMMM!!

  • JayZee

    QOD: Hmmm. Well, there’s the traditional hamburger which for me is a 1/3 of a pound, medium rare, with lettuce, sauteed mushrooms, steak sauce, and onions on a whole wheat bun. But then my favorite non-traditional burger is from an Emeril Lagasse recipe and it is ground lamb with some wonderful spices grilled medium-rare, with some pepper-Jack cheese, chopped fresh rosemary, and some sour creme on an onion bun. MMMMM!!

  • http://winelibrary.com/ Eric

    Love the Ercavio!!! Bought it after the show and had it last night. My first Tempranillo (?) but was very impressed. Keep the bargains coming.

  • http://winelibrary.com Eric

    Love the Ercavio!!! Bought it after the show and had it last night. My first Tempranillo (?) but was very impressed. Keep the bargains coming.

  • DJAAA

    Gary,

    I am finally catching up on all the episodes from around the Holidays/New Year. We’ll have to trade some stories on music and the Simpsons.

    I am enjoying this approach to watching WLTV. I basically will be watching 25 episodes in the next 7 days!!!

    Thanks and looking forward to seeing you soon.

    AAA

  • DJAAA

    Gary,

    I am finally catching up on all the episodes from around the Holidays/New Year. We’ll have to trade some stories on music and the Simpsons.

    I am enjoying this approach to watching WLTV. I basically will be watching 25 episodes in the next 7 days!!!

    Thanks and looking forward to seeing you soon.

    AAA

  • http://www.RefinersFireHotSauce.com/ EricB

    Gary –
    I introduced my brother-in-law and his wife to WLTV with this show over the weekend (OK I showed my brother in law the snow episode first) and they were instantly hooked! They are big Stillers fans (they’re from Pittsburgh) so they liked the football, but you were in top form in so many ways on this one. The Simpsons cup, the plastic nose gotcha, the riesling basher bashing, they just loved it!
    EricB

  • http://www.RefinersFireHotSauce.com EricB

    Gary –
    I introduced my brother-in-law and his wife to WLTV with this show over the weekend (OK I showed my brother in law the snow episode first) and they were instantly hooked! They are big Stillers fans (they’re from Pittsburgh) so they liked the football, but you were in top form in so many ways on this one. The Simpsons cup, the plastic nose gotcha, the riesling basher bashing, they just loved it!
    EricB

  • ktw

    great episode – particularly the Ferris Bueller ending. veggie burgers at Houstons http://www.hillstone.com/ are the best.

  • ktw

    great episode – particularly the Ferris Bueller ending. veggie burgers at Houstons http://www.hillstone.com/ are the best.

  • Dave

    Riedel sonafabitches? When Wendy (girlfriend) was helping plan Sonoma Paradiso (charity auction) the Riedel people indian gave their auction lot. I heard that they’re having family business/inheritance drama…

  • Dave

    Riedel sonafabitches? When Wendy (girlfriend) was helping plan Sonoma Paradiso (charity auction) the Riedel people indian gave their auction lot. I heard that they’re having family business/inheritance drama…

  • Adrian

    Simpson plastic cup……wow…hilarious…one of the best episode I’ve seen….

  • Adrian

    Simpson plastic cup……wow…hilarious…one of the best episode I’ve seen….

  • http://dcpatton.com/wine dcpatton

    Bring back the tasting glass or whatever glass allows you to do the best work!

  • http://dcpatton.com/wine dcpatton

    Bring back the tasting glass or whatever glass allows you to do the best work!

  • John__J

    qotd med rare
    love that simpsons cup, and the poke at wine pomposity
    would really love it if you did a vin jaune episode Gary

  • John J.

    qotd med rare
    love that simpsons cup, and the poke at wine pomposity
    would really love it if you did a vin jaune episode Gary

  • corkscrew

    Not tried any of these wines. QOTD-cheddar and bacon burger. http://www.winelx.com

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