Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser
Read Boy Scouts of America v. Dale, 530 U.S. 640 (2000). It will be very illuminating.
For those of you who don't have Westlaw or Lexis:
Boy Scouts of America...
Originally Posted by Thomas
I've used the 8" chef's knife and it takes as keen as edge as my Wusthofs. I like the Wusthof's heft a bit better, but for lots of chopping, that kind of heft can be a drawback...
Originally Posted by lawyerdad
My own take was that the Chancellor's comments on the radio this morning struck me as bizarrely circular and evasive, and not very well thought-out.
Didn't he pretty...
I'll second the MacAllan 12, and add Balvenie 12 and 15 as extremely approachable. I just wouldn't give an Islay to a newcomer to scotch, unless he really likes Booker's or cask-strength ryes.
Johnnie Black has much to recommend...
Originally Posted by JBZ
Per the article, one issue with this is that, to be called "bourbon," the alcohol must be distilled in new, white oak barrels. I guess there is a technical way to get around...
Originally Posted by whodini
BTW, I've always found Bulleit to be several dollars cheaper than Makers, at least in CA.
Where do you find it cheaper? I've been able to get Maker's in L.A. for as little...
For Tenn. whiskey, Evan Williams Single Barrel Reserve. But Conne's right that there aren't that many choices, though I wouldn't go so far as to say bourbon's a million times better.
Low (call it $16-25): Makers,...