President Trump announced his late April prediction for ending social isolation. One hundred years ago the world celebrated the Roaring Twenties. With all the world a sleeping giant locked in at home, I welcome you to what I dub the Snoring Twenties.We have a workman coming in morning to repair three immediate problems with the house. Last week he fixed two patches of roof shingles blown away in a rainstorm before water could get to our ceilings.
I took an hour to do an inventory. We are trying to limit grocery trips. Our toilet paper supply is getting low. I found a small quantity on Amazon for (gulp!) $79.
2 Venison Roasts, giant
Chicken 3 packages
Pork—8 pieces of prime loin
One frozen oatmeal (tomorrow)
1 turkey breast
1 lentil soup and 1 chicken soup—already prepared
1 frozen beans
1 bison ground
3 ground beef packages
2 packages of salad shrimp
15 loafs of unbaked bread to heat in oven
2 packages and 2 separate weiners with buns and one sauerkraut can. About a quarter jar of mustard.
1 stewed pork, already cooked
One frozen tortilla package extra big
One mushroom can
3 bacon and 1 real sausage and 1 plant sausage
Ham 2 packages—one a butt and one sliced for sandwiches
Salmon one package of small portions
1 big beef roast
Vegetables frozen, 6 packages, 10 cans mixed vegetables, asparagus, peas
Two bags of blood oranges
Two apples and a jar of Gosia’s homemade applesauce (just finished her aunt’s homemade apricot jam).
One jar of blueberry jam
Two packages of street tacos
Every spice known to “chefdom”
3 tins of sardine
1 1/3 bottles of olive oil from Tunisia
½ tin of rough-cut oatmeal
1 bag of wheat cereal
6 bottles of flavorings and marinades for pork, chicken, steak
2 beef steak packages
Five bags of coffee and four boxes of green tea
1 bag of South American Yerba mate
4 small packages of
1 bag of pancake mix (use one sliced and cored apple with it)
6 frozen oatmeal cookies
2 packages of frozen cookies to bake. They come in squares. Will bake two at a time.
Five packages of pasta; five Ragu jars of marinara or marinara and garlic
1 jar of garlic
1 quart of milk and 1 package of unsalted butter (This will be most missed—soon. If we have to go to Kroger for replacement milk, butter and greens, it will be at 7 a.m. one day of lowest foot traffic).
½ package of salad greens (must use for lunch or toss). But we have 6 bottles of salad dressing—cruel joke. Ha.
1 package of meatless chili
3 tins of chili peppers