Hubby and I have started walking in our neighborhood. We don’t go far, but at least we get out in the beautiful Colorado sunshine!
Not much, but these are my steps for the day. Being part of the high risk demographic, I’ve had to stay home and I have since St. Patrick’s Day. So evey little bit helps.
Dinner was something we haven’t done since before we left Florida in January. A Subway veggie delight sub without the cheese and with guac. Mine had lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, olives, onions and pepperencino slices and salt and pepper on the 9 grain wheat bread. It was as delicious as I remember, and helps to support the local economy, even if it’s only by a small amount.
Dinner is this lentil veggie soup I made. Using up the carrots, celery and onions in the refrigerator, I also added kale and what was left of the cherry tomatoes on my counter. I had half a bag of lentils, and threw the whole thing together in my instant pot along with canned diced tomatoes and tomato sauce. Topped it off with a quart of veggie stock and pressure cooked it for 15 minutes. It’s quite good, and I didn’t have to go out and buy anything to make it.
How are you faring during this time of social distancing? I’m cooking!
I’ve been wanting reuseable, sustainable flatware for a long time, and now my friend Kimberly Flanagan has these (among other items) for sale at a 50% discount on her website! So I had to order some. She makes them to order. And they even come with their own case so you can take them with you and you don’t have to use the plastic utinsels that always seem to cut my upper lip…
I hope all is well for you and yours during this shutdown. You are all in my prayers. Please help to keep the economy going by supporting small businesses (like Kim’s) if you can. Every little bit helps.