easy quarantine roasted chicken dinner
Lockdown and bookmark these healthy recipes to pull out during quarantine months and use up the Covid-19 stockpiling staples, dry goods and canned foods you bought! note: I will need to update these links to include the new domain address. Meantime, check out these recipes in the search […]
Stockpiling list (essentials for safe re-opening, commuting, studying and working from home, home workouts, kids, etc.)
A stockpiling list for the second wave, including re-opening and lockdown essentials from sanitizer to helfpul items for studying or working remotely, safe commuting/biking alternatives, and home workout gear, etc.. Plus an allergen-free grocery list for back to school. (U.S. and Canadian items)
If you love a one-and-done meal that is foolproof for even the novice cook (or stressed quarantine cook), give this oven-baked shrimp with herbs and potatoes recipe a try. A dish that even those who hate shrimp (like my mom) will love! Just a few simple ingredients of pantry and freezer staples, and one-pan for the ultimate one-pot meal and quarantine meal that you will be making long past lockdown days.
Need a semi-healthy quarantine cocktail? Try this easy fresh mango cocktail
So far there is no cure nor magic pill for the Coronavirus but the WHO, doctors and every grandma with common sense are all recommending you to eat healthy and eat enough vitamin-rich, nutrient dense whole foods to keep a healthy immune system. Although the term “immune boost” […]
Food storage tips for produce and other foods, as well as some Food Safe tips
During quarantine cooking we have to be resourceful with pantry staples and freezer staples, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a healthy and delicious family dinner and comfort food! This dish is meatless but has a meaty flavor due to a little beef bouillon, but it can be made vegan with veggie broth to, both ways taste good! Home cooking is always healthiest and especially now safer than delivery! On Dr.Oz they were advising to consume less meat and inflammatory foods while possibly fighting the Coronavirus. Although I’m not about to become a full on vegan as I need my iron, I do like balance and whole foods. And lots of veggies.