Western New York Food Lament
We survived our move, but we don't remember what we used to eat and we're having trouble procuring items we think are necessary (read: good tortillas and salsa and reasonably-priced bread flour). We now live at least 1/2 hour from any grocery store of consequence, we have an electric stove, and it's humid here--bread molds instead of going stale (so no excuse to make croutons) and cookies do not get better when they are left on the cooling rack overnight. We also fell out of the habit of planning our meals by the week (which we never reported here, but was really helpful). All in all, we're a bit food discombobulated. On the good side, there are tons of produce roadside stands, every tiny town (it seems) has at least one pizza, wings, and sub shop (which may be located in the gas station), and we bought a chest freezer before we left Missoula so we can stock up more easily when we make the pilgrimage to the good grocery store.