We're patiently waiting for the hurricane to roll in. All the subways have shut down since last night, schools are closed and NYorkers are hankering down for the storm. Some people don't take it too seriously cause they are New Yorkers and hurricanes are rarely seen up here.... until the past couple of years that is.
I cringed when hubby brought home several cans of "soup" but I understand the precaution. He was scared for his life at costco when he got ahold of the last bit of bottled water left. He was followed around by a mob and feared to let the cart out of his sight. The grocery store was scary as well, there were lines forming outside the store to get in.
We made a lovely autumnal chicken roast with colorful carrots, shallots, shrooms and celery root and sat down to watch a scary movie. We're still bracing for the storm but on the food front I think we'll be ok.
This is a minute-by-minute view of Sandy rolling into NY taken from the 51st floor of the Nytimes building. Very interesting to watch :)
"You are what you eat, so don't be fast, cheap, easy, or fake."