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    Tea Girl
    Sun Jul 15, 2012 6:00 am
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    Susie D wrote:
    wave.gif Hi everyone!

    You asked how hot it is here? It's hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk. That's HOT! icon_lol.gif



    and yes, if it's hot enough the egg will cook. I did it one summer with my Girl Scouts.


    You should come visit me, there will only be one day where it will reach over 70°F (21.5°C) in the next week. With all the rain, I have looking around for a guy with a long beard building an ark. icon_lol.gif
    twissis
    Sun Jul 15, 2012 6:22 am
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    Tea Girl wrote:
    Susie D wrote:
    wave.gif Hi everyone!
    You asked how hot it is here? It's hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk. That's HOT! icon_lol.gif



    and yes, if it's hot enough the egg will cook. I did it one summer with my Girl Scouts.

    You should come visit me, there will only be one day where it will reach over 70°F (21.5°C) in the next week. With all the rain, I have looking around for a guy with a long beard building an ark. icon_lol.gif
    ... All of you should come visit me icon_exclaim.gif We're right in the middle of the lovely Icelandic summer ... where a temp in the 70's is a "heat wave" & a temp in the 80's is a "heat wave of epic proportion" icon_exclaim.gif In fact, only once in 9 yrs living here have I seen a temp of 80+. Siggi tells me air-conditioning is non-existent here icon_exclaim.gif NO homes, apts, public bldgs, offices, theaters, museums, libraries, etc, etc. have it. icon_eek.gif Gosh I love it so much after living in Dallas for 13+ yrs & paying my summer electric bills. Am I lucky or what icon_question.gif icon_biggrin.gif
    twissis
    Sun Jul 15, 2012 6:28 am
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    Shout-Out to awalde - I was doing a little recipe-scouting & found 1 of yours that almost looks like it was written for Siggi & me. icon_smile.gif ... But I have a tiny question for you. 1 item on the ingredient list says 1/2 red pepper flakes. It seems likely to me that it prob means 1/2 tsp. Am I right icon_question.gif

    Edited to Add: Yikes icon_exclaim.gif I forgot to mention the recipe in my post. It's your Scottish Smoked Salmon Pat.
    Tea Girl
    Sun Jul 15, 2012 7:32 am
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    twissis wrote:
    Tea Girl wrote:
    Susie D wrote:
    wave.gif Hi everyone!
    You asked how hot it is here? It's hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk. That's HOT! icon_lol.gif



    and yes, if it's hot enough the egg will cook. I did it one summer with my Girl Scouts.

    You should come visit me, there will only be one day where it will reach over 70°F (21.5°C) in the next week. With all the rain, I have looking around for a guy with a long beard building an ark. icon_lol.gif
    ... All of you should come visit me icon_exclaim.gif We're right in the middle of the lovely Icelandic summer ... where a temp in the 70's is a "heat wave" & a temp in the 80's is a "heat wave of epic proportion" icon_exclaim.gif In fact, only once in 9 yrs living here have I seen a temp of 80+. Siggi tells me air-conditioning is non-existent here icon_exclaim.gif NO homes, apts, public bldgs, offices, theaters, museums, libraries, etc, etc. have it. icon_eek.gif Gosh I love it so much after living in Dallas for 13+ yrs & paying my summer electric bills. Am I lucky or what icon_question.gif icon_biggrin.gif


    A/C is pretty rare here, you only see it in places like supermarkets (so the food doesn't go bad), movie theatres (no windows), hospitals and expensive hotels. Buses and trains often have A/C in them but that is because it gets hotter with body heat in there so even when it is in the 60s outside, you have to turn on the A/C if the bus or train is crowded so it doesn't become a free sauna. The subway stations are naturally cool in summer so on the hottest days you see a lot of people hanging around there or in the frozen food section of supermarkets. icon_lol.gif

    A/C here is not like it was when I was growing up in the Midwest, it usually means that is cooled to the mid- to high seventies. It does usually get in the 80s in the summer here but there were only a few days like that in early June and it has been cold and rainy since. I would like a few hot days, I usually would have fresh self-grown tomatoes by now but they are still green.
    awalde
    Sun Jul 15, 2012 8:40 am
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    twissis wrote:
    Shout-Out to awalde - I was doing a little recipe-scouting & found 1 of yours that almost looks like it was written for Siggi & me. icon_smile.gif ... But I have a tiny question for you. 1 item on the ingredient list says 1/2 red pepper flakes. It seems likely to me that it prob means 1/2 tsp. Am I right icon_question.gif

    Edited to Add: Yikes icon_exclaim.gif I forgot to mention the recipe in my post. It's your Scottish Smoked Salmon Pat�.


    Hi wissis : wave:

    thanks for your interest for my recipe, you are right, I submitted the correct size!

    At the moment here we have strange weather: sun and rain every day, this weekend it's really windy and temperatures around 70°F.


    From this evening you will reach me best by z-mail/FC-mail, but I suppose I will not be online every day.

    I wish all the team great time and see you soon again!
    Susie D
    Sun Jul 15, 2012 10:01 am
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    Annacia
    Sun Jul 15, 2012 10:09 am
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    Morning Team




    Susie, your graphic is just too cute icon_biggrin.gif
    Annacia
    Sun Jul 15, 2012 10:20 am
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    Tea Girl wrote:
    twissis wrote:
    Tea Girl wrote:
    Susie D wrote:
    wave.gif Hi everyone!
    You asked how hot it is here? It's hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk. That's HOT! icon_lol.gif



    and yes, if it's hot enough the egg will cook. I did it one summer with my Girl Scouts.

    You should come visit me, there will only be one day where it will reach over 70°F (21.5°C) in the next week. With all the rain, I have looking around for a guy with a long beard building an ark. icon_lol.gif
    ... All of you should come visit me icon_exclaim.gif We're right in the middle of the lovely Icelandic summer ... where a temp in the 70's is a "heat wave" & a temp in the 80's is a "heat wave of epic proportion" icon_exclaim.gif In fact, only once in 9 yrs living here have I seen a temp of 80+. Siggi tells me air-conditioning is non-existent here icon_exclaim.gif NO homes, apts, public bldgs, offices, theaters, museums, libraries, etc, etc. have it. icon_eek.gif Gosh I love it so much after living in Dallas for 13+ yrs & paying my summer electric bills. Am I lucky or what icon_question.gif icon_biggrin.gif


    A/C is pretty rare here, you only see it in places like supermarkets (so the food doesn't go bad), movie theatres (no windows), hospitals and expensive hotels. Buses and trains often have A/C in them but that is because it gets hotter with body heat in there so even when it is in the 60s outside, you have to turn on the A/C if the bus or train is crowded so it doesn't become a free sauna. The subway stations are naturally cool in summer so on the hottest days you see a lot of people hanging around there or in the frozen food section of supermarkets. icon_lol.gif

    A/C here is not like it was when I was growing up in the Midwest, it usually means that is cooled to the mid- to high seventies. It does usually get in the 80s in the summer here but there were only a few days like that in early June and it has been cold and rainy since. I would like a few hot days, I usually would have fresh self-grown tomatoes by now but they are still green.


    The nutty weather produced a superior crop of rhubarb this year. I have 3 huge bags in the freezer, have made rhubarb goodies until neither of us want any more for awhile and given it away to neighbors. It's still growing like mad.

    Tea Girl, do you have your France and Spain/Portugal books ready hon? I know I said that I'd collect them after we move to our permanent home but I've gone ahead and started building our team play books anyway. icon_wink.gif
    Annacia
    Sun Jul 15, 2012 10:29 am
    Forum Host
    awalde wrote:
    twissis wrote:
    Shout-Out to awalde - I was doing a little recipe-scouting & found 1 of yours that almost looks like it was written for Siggi & me. icon_smile.gif ... But I have a tiny question for you. 1 item on the ingredient list says 1/2 red pepper flakes. It seems likely to me that it prob means 1/2 tsp. Am I right icon_question.gif

    Edited to Add: Yikes icon_exclaim.gif I forgot to mention the recipe in my post. It's your Scottish Smoked Salmon Pat�.


    Hi wissis : wave:

    thanks for your interest for my recipe, you are right, I submitted the correct size!

    At the moment here we have strange weather: sun and rain every day, this weekend it's really windy and temperatures around 70°F.


    From this evening you will reach me best by z-mail/FC-mail, but I suppose I will not be online every day.

    I wish all the team great time and see you soon again!


    Hi Dear

    I'm still waiting to get word back on using your recipes. Since I have all of your book links we'll be good to go if the news is good icon_biggrin.gif

    Enjoy your trip, relax, have fun and collect local recipes like mad girl!! icon_biggrin.gif
    Tea Girl
    Sun Jul 15, 2012 10:51 am
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    Annacia wrote:

    The nutty weather produced a superior crop of rhubarb this year. I have 3 huge bags in the freezer, have made rhubarb goodies until neither of us want any more for awhile and given it away to neighbors. It's still growing like mad.

    Tea Girl, do you have your France and Spain/Portugal books ready hon? I know I said that I'd collect them after we move to our permanent home but I've gone ahead and started building our team play books anyway. icon_wink.gif


    I will be done with tonight. I am looking for one more Spanish recipe, I have it in a cookbook somewhere in the kitchen, just can't remember which one. icon_lol.gif I am in the process of translating my French recipes and checking that someone hasn't posted the same thing already.
    Annacia
    Sun Jul 15, 2012 11:04 am
    Forum Host
    Tea Girl wrote:
    Annacia wrote:

    The nutty weather produced a superior crop of rhubarb this year. I have 3 huge bags in the freezer, have made rhubarb goodies until neither of us want any more for awhile and given it away to neighbors. It's still growing like mad.

    Tea Girl, do you have your France and Spain/Portugal books ready hon? I know I said that I'd collect them after we move to our permanent home but I've gone ahead and started building our team play books anyway. icon_wink.gif


    I will be done with tonight. I am looking for one more Spanish recipe, I have it in a cookbook somewhere in the kitchen, just can't remember which one. icon_lol.gif I am in the process of translating my French recipes and checking that someone hasn't posted the same thing already.


    Toot Sweet, we still have days so I'm not pushing in any way (especially if your translating! wow icon_eek.gif ). I'm looking forward to seeing them. icon_cool.gif
    Tea Girl
    Sun Jul 15, 2012 1:49 pm
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    Here is the French cookbook. I thought to do that first when I still had the mood to translate. ZWT 8 - France!

    I'll have start rifling around in the cookbooks as soon as my DH is done in there, I don't want to see what mess he has got up to just yet. icon_lol.gif
    Nif
    Sun Jul 15, 2012 2:02 pm
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    Tea Girl wrote:
    Here is the French cookbook. I thought to do that first when I still had the mood to translate. ZWT 8 - France!

    I'll have start rifling around in the cookbooks as soon as my DH is done in there, I don't want to see what mess he has got up to just yet. icon_lol.gif


    I'm always the one getting in trouble here for not "cleaning as I go"!

    Is your husband a good cook?
    Tea Girl
    Sun Jul 15, 2012 2:08 pm
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    Nif wrote:
    Tea Girl wrote:
    Here is the French cookbook. I thought to do that first when I still had the mood to translate. ZWT 8 - France!

    I'll have start rifling around in the cookbooks as soon as my DH is done in there, I don't want to see what mess he has got up to just yet. icon_lol.gif


    I'm always the one getting in trouble here for not "cleaning as I go"!

    Is your husband a good cook?


    He is a good cook, but he is up to a project in there, making seed bombs so not he is usually messy, he is doing something in there with dirt...
    twissis
    Sun Jul 15, 2012 2:23 pm
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    Hi all wave.gif Such a comfort to be able to dish up leftovers & zap them in the microwave for dinner tonite. We've been on a whirlwind schedule of entertaining & social activities the last 2 wks. Went to a Jethro Tull concert, then a family dinner & then dinner out w/11 of us reuniting w/an Icelander now living in the US. Last for me is hosting a brunch Tues for Siggi's niece here visiting from Australia. Then I'm pretty much free for quite a while - Thank Goodness icon_exclaim.gif Siggi will even be gone for a few dys on an annual fishing trip w/friends, but I opted out this yr & plan to cook like a machine while he's gone. icon_rolleyes.gif
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