Food for Sheltering in Place (Part 1)

Food for Sheltering in Place (Part 1)

Food for Sheltering in Place

We have been “sheltering in place” now for 23 days. Last Saturday we grocery shopped– see our refrigerator above– replenishing our food for the next two weeks. In this post below, you can see photos of what we’ve been eating, with corresponding recipe links (in order) for all of those photos except the last eight:

Fabulous Seafood Chowder Recipe

Tomato Tart

A Better Banana Bread

Mexican Tilapia

Salmon Cakes

Spinach Quiche

Emeril’s Vegetarian Chili

Zucchini Noodle Tuna Casserole

Quick Broiled Eggplant Parmesan

Curried Tuna Salad with Apples and Raisins

Kale Salad with Pear and Pine Nuts

Red Pepper Sauce

Artichoke, Zucchini, and Caramelized Onion Frittata

Spinach Falafel

Tuna Melt

Hot and Sour Soup

Black Pepper Tempeh

Salsa Verde Tilapia Enchiladas

Zucchini Noodles with Clam Sauce

I hope you are taking good care of yourself and that this gives you some good ideas of nourishing things to make during this time at home.




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  1. Sue Krevitt 4 years ago

    Packin’ my bags to move to your house! Yum! Colorful! Musical! Inspiring! Fun! All that.

    Ok, I understand. Will stay here. S’matter of fact, this is an awesome spot, too. Gratefully.
    Plus, my church is now online with ZOOM meetin’s! Good for us! :<))

    Thanks for your ideas packed with Good Cheer, Polly (and James)!

    Love to you, two, too! -Sue


  1. […] is what we’ve been eating since my Part 1 of this sheltering in place post in early April. While not rushing around outside the home, we are taking the time to eat well, […]

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