Although you can no longer dine inside restaurants, due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, many of them are still accepting takeout orders.
The “No V.I. Child Goes Hungry” feeding initiative, which distributes breakfast and lunch to V.I. students each weekday during school closures due to COVID-19, will expand distribution to three additional sites on St. Croix, beginning May 4 and May 6.
A great recipe if you are intermittently fasting. It’s a hearty, filling midday meal with which to break a 16 or so hour fast. It’s the salad, probiotics, protein, anti-inflammatories and fiber from the berries – especially from raspberries – that you need for a complete repast.
Households not already receiving the maximum benefits will receive a supplemental allotment to bring the amount of benefits received up to the maximum allotment for a household of that size.
Avocado is a magic fruit to me. I stalk them. Friends in the neighborhood know of my avocado addiction and either offer them to me or tell me their trees “haven’t fruited this year.” Either way, there is usually a way to find them on the islands.
All of the soup I make, not just the black bean, tend to turn out more like stew. So, if you made my black bean...
DOA recognizes the importance of production within its local food system, especially at this critical time, and it wants to be as supportive as possible while maintaining the highest food and health safety standards.
The original recipe for this hearty black bean soup is for slow cookers, but it has been adapted for a stove and soup pot.
This recipe was developed out of much trial and error from a “gluten free” banana bread recipe that my son Jason found. Here, after more than a year of delicious testing, is a recipe I am comfortable presenting for others to attempt.
With restaurants shut down and people home sheltering, there has never been a better time to cook. The other consideration is that good health is the best defense at any time.