John Treder wrote:I went to K&L Bistro in Sebastopol tonight. Good supper.
Shredded Brussels Sprouts salad - it had a tart lemony dressing and something like pine nuts. The Brussels sprouts were, I think, blanched, then shredded.
Farfalle with pancetta, broccoli, (some other green stuff probably spinach) in a cream sauce with Parmesan.
Cheese plate - Romano, Camembert and a local white-crusted goat cheese that I don't remember the name of, but it was really excellent - and a couple of crusts of toasted ciabatta bread.
I had a couple of glasses of Preston Petite Sirah '11 that was very humdrum. It was mildly sweet on entry, had no particular bite to it, and a short, soft finish. I would have thought it a humdrum Zin, except no berries, or a humdrum Syrah, except darn little pepper.
I try Preston (it's a Dry Creek Valley winery across the creek from David Coffaro) every few years and I'm always disappointed, despite the fact that I see it recommended quite often.
Had I known what the pasta offering was, I'd have brought a bottle of something. I guess I should have called and asked. My bad.
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