Carrots sound good. I bet that same recipe would work well with parsnips.
February 24, 2005 9:40 AM
I'm allowed to be a wimp on behalf of my son! I have added a photo to show how cold and grey Paris can be at seven in the morning after a snowfall!
Meg in Paris |
February 24, 2005 10:52 AM
Sooooo you're looking for sympathy about suffering through living in PARIS?
Hmm. Let me see if I can find any pity points way down in the bottom of this sack. Nope, all gone.
Of course I suppose for the little guy's sake you can be a weather wimp. Of course when I was his age, I was lugging loads of coal uphill in the snow in a blizzard barefoot while white winter weasels nipped at my ankles.
February 24, 2005 11:21 AM
The thing you are forgetting is that in Chicago apartments are set up to cope with Chicago weather. The heating here really isn't nearly as efficient as a cheap rental would have in Chicago. It's the same thing with coats: it's impossible to find a truly warm winter coat here. They are stylish but not very thick!
Meg in Paris |
February 24, 2005 11:28 AM
All right, I'll give you that.
I remember one winter where I had a meeting in Minneapolis where it was -20 F, flew to Chicago where it was 0, and then to Louisville the next day to visit friends where it was 15.
The place where I was coldest was Louisville because the house they were in was not ready for that kind of weather.
I am glad we get the benefits of reading about you cooking to keep warm
February 24, 2005 11:43 AM
That looks very tasty, and I will be trying it soon.
I have been eating a lot of roast cauliflower lately - one lemon and some olive oil per head. Yum. It's very comforting, even though I don't have to keep the oven on to heat my house any more myself!
February 26, 2005 6:58 PM
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