Went to Central Market and decided to get some good ol' fashioned man food, fit for a King. Duvel, it's a Belgian brewed Golden Ale and is some tasty stuff. I had a 750mL bottle of it, and it's rated at 8.5% ABV. It is by far the Champagne of Beers. Light golden hues, sharp carbonation, and a dry, yet smooth, flavor. Highly recommended. 0.86 lbs. of Aged USDA Choice Sirloin cooked medium with fresh cracked black pepper along with Pan de Champagne, a French country bread, fresh. The bread is good for only 3 days as it has no preservative, it is old school goodness. The flavor is like a light rye mixed with white bread without the sugar. Very very good. Steak cooked over a gas grill on low, laden with Pecan wood. The wood provides the majority of the heat. I could drop dead now and I would have a perminant smile. What's meat and bread without cheese? I finished off the bread with the juice and steak bits, topped with Muenster cheese. Tomorrow is beef stir fry day, and I am saving some fresh Westfalia sausage and USDA Prime Ribeyes for this weekend If I don't post on Monday it's because I'm in a coma.