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Am I nuts to expect to actually cook in a rented apartment in Paris?

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For the first time we are staying in an apartment (http://www.alacarte-paris-apartments.com/Left-Bank-Pantheon.html) during part of our stay in Paris. I am planning on cooking dinner one night for my DH and a friend. Not considering a full five course menu out of Julia Child but a simple meal. As I stand in my fully equipted kitchen I wonder if I will have what I need to cook even a simple meal. If you have rented an apartment did you feel that you had what you needed to actually cook a mean? TIA.

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