What’s left?

What’s left?  That’s a loaded question, you’re so right. 

But what I meant was . . . what’s left in the cookery?  Not much at all. It does pose a challenge to stay healthy and nourished when there’s little around the cookery. But we’re running down the supplies as we prepare for the relocation. Ten days and counting.  This morning’s breakfast:  toasted bagels (I found these in the freezer),  with cream cheese, sliced tomatoes and fresh garden basil.  Lots of Granny Smith apples remain so we sliced up a couple of those, too.  And the kids are calling for more apple slices.  Done!

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