CRAZY COVID COOKING-saving our sanity through sharing recipes

“We should look for someone to eat and drink with before looking for something to eat and drink.” – Epicurus

Hi there,

During the height of the pandemic last year somehow a group of women friends formed a text chain. We laughed and cried together snd shared recipes. When the pandemic started to wind down a little, I asked each of these dear friends for a recipe and published this vanity cookbook “Crazy Covid Cooking”. I wanted us to always remember the strength we gave to each other during a very terrible time in our lives.

Today, I am going to share Fran’s recipe for Sautéed Shrimp with Spinach & Tomatoes. I know you are going to enjoy this recipe. Fran is a fabulous cook!

Directions and Ingredients:

Special Notes: Fran says that arugula makes a good substitute for spinach.

See you soon, ❤️💕Bernadette

9 Comments Add yours

  1. What a lovely way to keep sane during the crazy year we just lived through. The recipe sounds great!

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  2. BERNADETTE says:

    Dorothy, the power of those friendships was amazing. Thanks for being such a loyal reader. I will have that cosmo for you Saturday if you can make it.


  3. Tanooki says:

    I totally agree with the quote. Yes, the food tastes better with someone around;)

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  4. BERNADETTE says:

    ❤️ Thank you for taking the time to read and comment.


  5. What a sentimental thing to do Bernadette! Fran’s recipe sounds delicious and healthy!

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  6. BERNADETTE says:

    Not everything about the quarantine was horrible, right?


  7. Markie says:

    Brilliant idea to put a cook book together like that! 🙂 this shrimp recipe sounds so easy and delicious. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. CarolCooks2 says:

    Brilliant idea to put together a cookbook the recipe sounds delicious, Bern 🙂 x

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    1. BERNADETTE says:

      It was a fun project and I knew that soon as we resumed our “normal” life, we would all go our separate ways. I wanted to remember how we all became very close.

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