My “thank you” this week goes to my sister, Heather, who came in for a strong week of assist with our mother’s recovery.
My joy this week, of course, surrounds the much-needed emotional relief of this election. Congratulations President Elect Joe Biden and Vice President Elect Kamala Harris (my Harris “cousin”).
Well…our COVID infection rate in New York is almost at 2%. The rise was expected with the colder weather, but remain vigilant and do all being asked of you to keep you and yours safe and healthy.
Thank you to all who are staying vigilant in these unpredictable times. Wearing a mask has nothing to do with religion or politics.
This week, I thank my bubble of friends and family. If you do not have one, I strongly encourage you to start building one.
In preparation for the spike in cases of COVID-19 we face, I return my weekly “thank you” to first responders, healthcare professionals and essential workers.
Whether you are making the dynamite chicken white bean ragu in this week’s Talking SCHOP! or another dish calling for cut pieces of meat, try this SCHOP! Tip
This week’s “thank you” goes to you, our readers, just for being you right now, in this moment.
This week I send my gratitude, again, to all essential and frontline workers. Your work is forever stored in our collective memories.
Not even a worldwide pandemic can stop Harlem from shining. On Sunday, Aug. 23, Harlem Shake adorned Miss Harlem Shake 2020. Congratulations to Kay Angrum!
Thank you to all essential and frontline workers for getting us to this point in time.
We did it. We made it through summer 2020 in COVID times. I do not take it for granted. I feel fortified for fall and the November battle against tyranny, delusion and ignorance.
Anytime I travel I bring some ingredients to contribute. It is an opportunity to share something you enjoy in appreciation of their hospitality.
I have returned from my Martha’s Vineyard getaway with more appreciation for those remaining diligent in stopping the spread of this world-wide virus.
We know you might be having some cooking fatigue during this pandemic