One thing I did was I made a massive pot of magick allium soup:
It was easy. Just make the broth (which is also easy, just cook beef femur bones, onions, and lots of garlic until it's tasty and strain it), chop up lots of alliums, add them, cook them until they're tasty. I added some more beef femur bones. Bone marrow is excellent for you.
I was a little hesitant because preparing onions certain ways makes my face itch like crazy. But boiled instead of fried there seems to be no issue. I will be freezing portions of this to go to work with me, adding whatever meat I feel like adding that day, if at all. The nice thing about this soup is that it's wonderful at reducing cravings and it tastes good.
I also went perusing my no-effort-orchard. I call it that because we planted fruit trees as a gift to my mom when she still lived here (in addition to already present fruit trees) and since I'm the only one here now we just kind of... let them. I get the feeling I'm going to need to prune back my mulberry tree, though, it's getting ridiculous. I do occasionally pick the fruit, although without maintenance usually they're more enjoyed by the birds and the bees than by people.
|Apples, mulberries, crabapples, cherries, and a pear.|