I know so many people are itching to get back out there, to get back to pre COVID-19 “normal.” But the truth is we are far from that possibility. At some point we will all, personally, be touched by this virus.
Today, July 2, 2020 there have been 516,000 deaths reported worldwide from COVID-19.
FWIW I think in the end we will find that this is a significant underrepresentation of the numbers as it now appears that this virus was circulating for months before we caught wind of it. I bet anything that thousands of people in the US, or even tens of thousands who were thought to have died from pneumonia or stroke actually died of COVID-19 related pneumonia or stroke.
But let’s stick with reported numbers for now. In the US alone today total confirmed cases in the country have reached more than 2.7 million, with more than 130,000 deaths.
And it’s not just old people or those with chronic illnesses who are falling prey to this virus.Read More
I was skeptical about this cereal because of the whole Chia pet thing. I mean, you eat that? But, as it is it’s my job to taste all things healthy I went ahead and bought Chia Goodness Cereal to give it a try. And I’ll be…it’s actually good! Chia, or salvia hispanica is an extremely nutritious seed with high levels of fiber and omega-3 fatty...Read More
When I was in college I lived in a 75 year old poorly built house with only a wood stove for heat. In Oregon that would be bad enough but I was in Western Massachusetts. Somehow it became my job to get the stove going in the morning to get the house warmed up. I’d set my alarm for 6am so I could get the...Read More
My girlfriend Stephanie bought me a fabulous cookbook for my birthday called The Mitsitam Café Cookbook. The cookbook is recipes from the Smithsonian Museum Café and features American Indian (including Central and South American) recipes. The photographs are stunning and the recipes look divine. I was excited to see a causa recipe and decided to make it to compare it to the one I posted...Read More
To say it’s been a busy month would be the understatement of the century. Year end inventory. Two newly trained front desk folks. Patients trying to get in before their deductibles reset. Then our freshly trained, lovely new front desk hire was offered a job closer to home, with better hours and in the field she’s been hoping to break into. We’re sad to see...Read More
About a month ago I took a cooking class with my partners in cooking crime (J & E). The class was put on by a local Peruvian restaurant called Andina– by far my favorite restaurant in town. Not only did one of the chefs teach the class but Mama Doris, the owner of the restaurant, was on site to talk about Peruvian food and history...Read More
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