Ya'll know I love grocery stores and grocery shopping. The pandemic took that away mostly. I mean, I got to shop online and curbside pick up or have groceries delivered. But that was so limiting. And Asian groceries were the hardest items to find online at the places I could easily order from. So that … Continue reading Asian Food Markets
As many of you know, my household has been on a pretty tight lockdown since March of 2021. We shifted from going grocery shopping and well, shopping in general, from in-person to either delivery or curbside pick up during the initial state mandated lockdown, and we have just stayed in that mode for more than … Continue reading Grocery Shopping IN PERSON!
I debated actually posting this one, but here ya go. It's only kind of food related.
A recent blog I read and a lot of the arguing I see online and hear about on the news and radio recently got me thinking about what I miss since this pandemic started. We've been on lock-down for about 72 days now, so just over two months. We are more fortunate than many as … Continue reading What’s missing?
We do a lot of vegetarian and vegan because we have daughters who eat those diets, but my husband and I love meat. We found a great deal on a lot of meat and it took over my day, but damn, it was fun!
I'm still trying to keep our meals varied and interesting in quarantine. Secretly, the cooking is the key to my sanity as well.
This seems very trivial in light of all that is going on in the world, but I miss grocery shopping.
When you're trying to only grocery shop every couple of weeks and you're also trying to be frugal, some things become very precious.
We know. Everyone panicked over toilet paper and then yeast. Who knows what next week will be. But there are real differences in food availability.
Sometimes you find out things about yourself when you are forced to stop and reconsider how you live.