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September 28, 2008

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Johanna

Nice to see you making the most of your lovely light in your kitchen while you still have it - delighted to hear you have a new place with all boxes ticked (and sounds like many boxes packed) - good luck with the move and with emptying the pantry

docwitch

That looks lovely. It reminds me a bit of a dish I used to make years and years ago as a student, from a Moosewood book. It was called 'Spanish Rice', and I really must revive it, because it was a favourite.

So happy to hear that you have found an abode that is meeting your needs/wishes. Good luck with the move. Never fun.

shula

You ticked them all?!

Heavens, Lucy, there's hope for me, yet.

Well done, you.

Ganga VegeYum

Lucy, your writing becomes more and more wonderful. I love reading your blog. I am glad that you have found your next little piece of heaven. What great photos here, born of packing your life and planning the unpacking, no doubt.

I may not comment much these days, until Life calms again, but I visit and I read. Good luck with the moving weekend.

Callipygia

I am thrilled for you that you found your new home so quickly (so easy for me to say from here!)- I love the disassemblage/revisioning of life that happens in a move, can see it in your photos too. Even bringing about inspired meals like this...

Ricki

Best of luck with the move, Lucy! Hope it's everything you wished for on your list, and more. The garden, quiet, and lemon tree all sound perfect to me. :)

Will look forward to more poetry (in both words and images) from you in the new abode!

Susan

Agar agar flakes are a force to be reckoned with. I'm going w/ the powder next time.

Brown rice for paella? It's still Bomba. : }

Lisa

Best of luck with your move Lucy. I hope you enjoy your new home. Lovely dish and post, as always.

kathryn

Oh Lucy, lovely dish. Who would have thought you could make a paella from brown rice and what's in the pantry. He's a clever man that Mark Bittman.

Yet another very different meal for the Pantry Challenge. Thank you.

And good luck with the move. All boxes ticked? Phew.

maybelles mom (feeding maybelle)

yum for the paella. the utensils photos are really lovely; the sun has the warmth of springtime.

Nora

Hi Lucy,
All the best with the move and unpacking. I hate moving but it gives me an opportunity to "unclutter" my life.

We like brown rice so this paella sounds terrific to me.

x Nora

mp

Hello,
I've got some wholegrain rice, which says it is parboiled out of the box. Probably not the best rice in the world, but still, do you think somethink like this will work for this nice paella?

Lucy

Hi mp - I reckon it'd work a treat. Nadine Abensur (one of my favourite cooks) makes a paella using the par-cooked stuff and swears by it. I trust her enormously. Let me know how you go, will you?

Lucy

Hi mp - I reckon it'd work a treat. Nadine Abensur (one of my favourite cooks) makes a paella using the par-cooked stuff and swears by it. I trust her enormously. Let me know how you go, will you?

Lucy

Hi mp - I reckon it'd work a treat. Nadine Abensur (one of my favourite cooks) makes a paella using the par-cooked stuff and swears by it. I trust her enormously. Let me know how you go, will you?

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