A long, long time ago, before the pandemic and the great global sourdough experiment, Americans had something called meals. Breakfast was in the morning and usually consisted of eggs. Lunch was short and sweet—a sandwich on the go. Dinner was the main event—you often got wine.
Then came the global scourge and the country hollered “last call.” So the fortunate ones stopped at the grocery store to pick up lots of toilet paper and then went home. But the longer they stayed home, the stranger things got. Until one day, the people passed the point of being sheltered-in-place and found themselves sheltered-in-time….
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