201.6 Happy to have two record lows in two days. We had a "Mary's salad" for supper, which was named for my wife, not Mary McDougall. Years ago when the charity Mary works for, Food for the Hungry, was in northern Scottsdale, there was a small restaurant across the street a lot of the people went to and they had a Chicken pasta salad. But Mary liked to get it McDougallish with no Chicken, no Cheese and also no Celery. And with a a fat-free salad dressing. The people there took to calling it the Mary Salad. FH moved downtown Phoenix, partly not to have a trendy address like Scottsdale. FH works almost entirely in the poorest of poor nations, and only occasionally in the US in times of emergency.
Anyway, I still make the Mary's Salad for us, though I normally cut up a number of veggies and let us choose which ones we want individually. Mary likes avocado and I don't for instance and I like raw onion more than she does.
I'm just here for the food.