Since the lockdown began in Massachusetts, at various times, my local supermarkets have run low or run out of cornmeal, chicken stock, lentils, pastas, milk, flour, butter, and my husband’s favorite local ice cream. Sometimes there’s been no chicken breasts or thighs, no pork chops or tenderloins, and no ground beef, ingredients that often anchor our evening meals. Now with meat processing plants either being shut or unable to run at full capacity due to the virus, I wonder if there will be more restricted offerings at the meat counter. If so, I plan to make light soups with a touch of seafood or meats as garnishes and serve them for supper along with a seasonal salad.
Asparagus Soup with Crème Fraiche and Lemon plus “Twenty -Minute” Brodo with Ravioli, Chard, and Parmigiano are easy to prepare and can be Continue reading