Team Paradise Captain
- May 20, 2011
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This. Some dark chocolate chips, cherries, and honey or agave to sweeten. An easier approach would be to add some maple syrup and freeze that.I am leaning the dessert route, but I do have some Gochujang and I was thinking about going an Asian stir fry route as well. I also thought about a dairy free ice cream with it as the base.
Oh I live here solely because we have to for my wife’s job. I am lobbying hard for a change of scenery when she’s done her residency!Just continue to remind yourself that you love the change of seasons. It's my go to explanation as to why I continue to live in the Northeast.
When we get hit we are used to it and generally prepared for it. Years ago after a surprise ice storm resulting in days without power ( fortunately it wasnt horribly cold and many people have fireplaces )there was a rush to get generators at Home Depot, Lowes and all places that sold them. The day i finally got one was the day the power came back on. Ive actually never had to use it. The biggest concern was sump pumps not working and basements flooding I live on a dead end and fortunately my friend and neighbor had one and we went to our neighbors who didnt have one and ran it to get the water levels down. It would have been a disaster without it particularly if you had a finished basement. Following what is happening in Texas and talking with a few people there i feel so bad for them just as i do when i see hurricanes and flooding and the destruction they cause. Heard a woman from San Antonio on the radio talking about trying to find a way to create heat in her house for her baby and melting ice for water, just heartbreaking . By comparison what we get is no big deal. Hope things get better quickly for the people of Texas.Just continue to remind yourself that you love the change of seasons. It's my go to explanation as to why I continue to live in the Northeast.