So. Much. Cooking.
We made pancakes and then used the batter to make waffles that we froze. That’ll make two extra breakfasts of toaster waffles. We made a stir fry for dinner that will double as lunch tomorrow. We prepped these little sausage quinoa egg bites that we’re going to cook tomorrow morning. Those will provide two, maybe three breakfasts loaded with protein and fiber.
I also chopped a bunch of vegetables and put them into containers for freezing. We moved some of our homemade chicken broth to the freezer, too, along with some charro beans.
My youngest daughter and I started a seed garden. Onions, carrots, radishes, broccoli, spinach, and kale.
This is so weird.
We’ve done these things in the past for fun, but we’ve never done it out of necessity. That puts a much different spin on things.
Meanwhile, our neighbors hosted a fancy dress party this afternoon and evening. It looks as though they all came to hang out after a wedding. This is the sort of thing that happens when the state and city you’re living in do virtually nothing to encourage people to stay home. I cannot wait to be living in a blue state again.