Feels like just yesterday we we’re publishing a mini episode on emergency readiness for your kitchen and quietly preparing for a few weeks of lockdown. One year into pandemic life, we’re taking a look back at what quarantine has taught us about feeding our families, grocery shopping, and ourselves.
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We can hardly believe that just a year has passed since the pandemic began. We’ve cooked more in our home kitchens than ever before and besides our gratitude for grocery delivery and cocktail supplies, we both have a lot to be thankful for learning this. Maybe, like Meghan, you’ve learned to lower your expectations or you’ve found a better way to delegate some of the mental load, like Stacie. We’d love to hear from you how the last year has changed how you feed your family. Shoot us an email or come join our private listeners group.
A few things mentioned in this week’s episode:
- The correct temperature for your fridge is lower than you think!
- Atlas Coffee Bean Subscription
- 8 best wine tasting kits for 2021
- Meghan’s home bar highlight
- Feeding America
Here are some products mentioned in this week’s episode:
- Taylor Farms salad kits
- Mike’s Sous Vide Machine
- Breville Milk Frother
- Milk Frothing Wand
- Snacking Cakes Cookbook
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