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Cooking during pandemic

Post-COVID Recovery & COVID-19 | Last Active: Oct 15, 2020 | Replies (13)

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@sueinmn. Wow, you are making me hungry! I use my slow cooker mainly for soups. Cooking for one is more difficult than cooking for a crowd. Usually recipes are for 8 servings and it's hard to scale down. One of my favorites is the Tuscan bean soup. Simple ingredients but healthy. I usually make enough to freeze one or two servings or share some with my neighbor. Before the pandamic I seldom have canned food, now I find myself with cans of beans and tomatoes, salmon, sardines etc. I think I have enough to last me till end of 2021!

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Mmmm- Tuscan bean soup. I need to add it to my list for this winter, one of our favorites.
I also need to make a pot of baked beans to stock the freezer for sausage meals. Next week we will be taking a "road trip" to our favorite sausage maker to stock up on blood, potato & Polish sausage before the snow flies. Have to remember to get some homemade jerky for son-in-law & me.
Sue

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