By Patti Liszkay
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"Equal and Opposite Reactions is a rollicking good yarn about complex relationships and emotions in middle-class American culture. The author has created an incredibly funny romantic comedy, which transcends the ubiquitous romantic triangle and expands it into a quadrangle, complicated by the interweaving of relationships between the children of the principal characters. Cleverly plotted, twists and turns, and exceptionally well written, this part drama and part slapstick comedy is a tour-de-force. Bravo Patti."
- R. Bruce Logan, "The Narrative Arc"
But in the meantime, to help get you through these cold, cold polar vortex days, you can have a nice hot bowl of good potato soup, a great recipe for which I happen to have.
And so over manys the cold snowy winter I mastered the art of potato soupery.
Actually it turned out that there wasn't a whole lot to master, and it's a pretty quick fix.
So here's my recipe for potato soup, feel free to use it to get you through the polar vortex until the weekend when the vortex is projected to whirl back up and away to the North Pole where it belongs.
Quick Potato Soup
6 cups of diced potatoes
4 tablespoons of butter
1 diced onion
1 teaspoon of salt, or to taste
4 cups of milk
Shredded cheddar cheese
Boil until the potatoes are tender, about 10 minutes. Add the milk and heat, but don't boil.
Ladle the soup into a bowl then top with the cheddar cheese.
Enjoy, stay inside if you can, and when the time comes, vote right ― I mean, correctly! 8)