A mixture of juices, teas, and fruits simmer in black pots in the kitchen. A heavenly spiced scent fills the room. Peering over the stove is Jasmin, a trained and experienced cook, who has been trying to keep herself busy since the coronavirus hit last March and left her unemployed.…Keep reading
In Colorado, indoor dining ceased to a halt right before Thanksgiving, which means I’ve only dined in once since then: on my birthday. I am a December baby (which yes, does get lost in the confusion that is Christmas) but like most Sagittarians, we make it a point to celebrate.…Keep reading
I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday despite the circumstances. We celebrated Christmas this year with a trip to an escape room (yes, they are still open!), playing Betrayal at House on the Hill nonstop, and cooking up a beef wellington for dinner. Even though I couldn’t be with family…Keep reading
Here we are again. Quarantine 2.0. They’re not calling it that though, because you know, chaos would ensue. Instead, it’s March all over again with the first industry to take one for the team. Restaurants. As someone who has worked in restaurants for years, I cannot imagine the damage that…Keep reading
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