AW: She is so deeply about simplicity, and she reminds me every time I go there that less is more. Her cooking in the fireplace has been incredibly important to me. I tried to build my fireplace in my own home in thinking about hers. It's inside my house, and I built it that way because of hers. The fireplace is an everyday moment for me. I think about Lulu starting out in the morning, and when my daughter was very small, I would do that too. I would cook something for her in the fire. I would roast peppers or something she loved. She came down for breakfast when I made a fire in the fireplace. Lulu starts the fire to warm the kitchen when it's cold. When we were there, she always started it first thing in the morning. That ritual of going out, getting the firewood, bringing it inside, is part of her day.