PART 1 of 2 ~ SURVIVAL “STEW vs. SOUP” (Inspired on 3/30/2020) ~

I am definitely NO CHEF, but do know how to survive and make reasonably tasty, healthy, illness-preventing food last a long time while on a budget and/ or LOCKDOWN… the new normal. Aside from cheating for the first week of isolation by ordering a lot of GrubHub to support businesses (and avoid actually cooking), I’ve managed to make two weeks’ worth of food last for a month. In this group of pics and video (go to my Facebook or Instagram to see my video), I decided (at 1 o’clock in the morning) to make with similar ingredients that I had roasted days earlier (3/27/2020), (red) potato soup with a lot of other vegetables like red onions, sweet peppers, broccoli, and baby spinach… add some Angostura Bitters (a Trini thing), sautéed Beyond (fake) sausage and quinoa then, DROWNED them all in minced ginger and garlic to knock out any possible “Corona Cooties” in my body. My house smelled HEAVENLY!!!🤗 Anyway, as I anticipated during my experiment, the quinoa took over the liquid and what was intended to be potato soup turned into quinoa stew. Et  voila, with the assistance of a mound of delicious Parmesan shavings, a flavorful, hearty meal was made!

You can see how I took advantage of the stew versus soup issue in Part 2.

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