Sunday, June 27, 2010

Pre-Flight Croissant

The croissant are in the Sun Oven, along with a cup of oatmeal. My bags are packed. The coffee is brewing. It's a few days early but this is my last day of my solar cooking year. I'm leaving for France, hence the croissant, this morning. I'll be back in a couple of weeks. I do plan on continuing with my blog, only with less frequent updates. Thanks for reading!


  1. You've been very inspiring and creative. Thank you for sharing this journey with us. Safe travels and happy solar ocoking upon your return!

  2. Bon voyage! Please don't forget us... you've done a tremendous job and hope you return refreshed and ready for new challenges...

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  3. Have a great trip and thanks for doing this blog.

  4. Good luck. Thanks for inspiring me to cook with my oven. I plan on still frequenting your blog.

  5. I just want to add what they others have posted: thank you a lot for your blog. I've gone back to look up a lot of your entries when searching for recipes or information.

    Safe travels!

    peace, shamba

  6. I want to echo others that have posted here: thank you for this blog! I am just learning to use my solar cooker and read your entire blog start to finish over the last couple of days. I'm even trying the chicken with two lemons over rice today.

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