Found yesterday. Today, I managed to stay inside working.
I think during World War II, backyard gardens supplied something on the order of 40 percent (don’t quote me on this) of the nation’s produce. Were we to do that, how much it might contribute to alleviating any shortages–with so… (READ MORE)
I have been walking earlier and earlier to be with those seeking communal isolation and not with those who simply have not yet managed to grasp that the severity of the situation also applies to them. This morning I was… (READ MORE)
I feel compelled to make clear that I have avoided going to the tidal basin. All the blossoms I have visited have been in my neighborhood at times when few enough were outside that I could maintain full social distancing…. (READ MORE)
Penne with Leeks, Greens, in a Yoghurt-Feta Sauce (Dried Pasta and Greens from the Garden Variation)
In this upcoming time of shortages, how are you preparing? Are there ways you can use more of the food you get? Can you grow some?
Apple gingerbread. Has molasses, but no refined sugar. Based on the apple gingerbread in 1001 Vegetarian Recipes, by Carol Gelles.
Brown Rice and Millet Ramen in Spicy Bone Broth with Garden Greens, Roasted Winter Squash and Peanuts (Dried Pasta and Greens Variation)
This morning Maitri and I participated in Quaker silent worship with Friends Meeting of Washington via Zoom. I have friends offering for the first time, or expanding their offerings through various on-line platforms, of both meditation and asana practices. For… (READ MORE)