End of the Heat Wave

I had mentioned that we were about to have a heat wave here in Montréal, and would be trying to avoid cooking, or any heat-generating activity, in the house. The heat wave came, and it was hot, but now we’re back to weather that includes low enough nighttime temperatures to cool off the house and make things bearable, even pleasant. So, how did we fare?

We ate a bunch of the veggies & salad that we had prepared ahead of time. Joanie drank some smoothies, I barbecued some smokies, we both drank a lot of iced coffee, and generally we did pretty well. Something that we didn’t take into account was that when it’s hot people are less hungry, so we still have a bunch of veggies that need to be eaten, as well as the stuff for panini sandwiches that never got made.

So, it’s possible to eat like food matters when you’re roasting. We’re ready for summer.

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