“Escovitch” is a Jamaican term and is the way of cooking whereby fish is usually fried and then soaked literally with a pickling sauce made from vinegar, pimento, onions, pepper and carrots.
Take my concerns about fruits and vegetables being clean and then add COVID-19 to the equation and it’s no joke. When the pandemic first started we would multiple our washing and cleaning of fruits and vegetables by 10. I researched information from the CDC on if there were any dangers with food and though they stated that there was none identified, I still used caution because there were and still is a lot of unknowns related to COVID-19.
As front line workers they needed these masks for their safety as they stood on the front line in combatting COVID-19 and working non-stop in saving patients. Knowing what was needed and the pace of how the virus was spreading there was no other decision than to start working.We had two sewing machines and other resources so we headed to the fabric store and started our process of making masks that we donated to local medical centers, health care and front line essential workers.
Whatever your go to source is for remaining positive during these times, it is important to not allow all of the negative noise around us during these times drag us down and dim our positive light. Remember that the glass is always refill and never half empty.
Women and men everywhere should follow their lead. — Read on http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/global-opinions/step-back-is-the-new-lean-in-thanks-harry-and-meghan/2020/01/14/ed4a1e72-36ec-11ea-9541-9107303481a4_story.html
LVMH announced today that it is converting three of its perfume manufacturing facilities where it normally makes fragrances for its Christian Dior, Givenchy and Guerlain brands to make hand sanitizer instead. It's accomplishing many things with this change. — Read on http://www.forbes.com/sites/richardkestenbaum/2020/03/15/lvmh-converting-its-perfume-factories-to-make-hand-sanitizer/amp/