One of the things that we started doing during the Covid shutdown was cooking a lot more for ourselves at home. These days I would much rather cook at home than go out to eat (prices are sky high and the service seems to have hit an all-time low) so even though we still do our "date days", hubby and I like to find things online (mostly via YouTube) that we want to try to cook. Hubby generally does Filipino food (he followed a YouTube recipe yesterday and made something so salty he could not eat it...so much for accurate recipes...) and I try cooking anything that comes to mind.
I like pupusas but again, the prices for these in local restaurants have practically doubled lately, so I thought I would try to make them at home. I found a random recipe online and made them (see picture above); hubby said they tasted right but didn't look right! Then with the leftovers, I made a refried bean/queso fresco/corn/green chili casserole covered with corn bread the following night. So in addition to saving money by cooking at home, I also try to use up any leftover items before they go bad.
In an unrelated note, this looks like a great way to get free internet for kids in need.
On a cat note, sometimes we have one, two, up to five feral cats stop by for breakfast and some days zero cats show up. I really don't understand cats.
Finally, what's with all of the fall decor now front and center in the stores? It's mid August!