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Priya Krishna’s Quarantine Journal, Entry No. 13: A Surprise From Mom There’s one outing I always try to make happen whenever I’m visiting my parents in Dallas: going out…

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Priya Krishna’s Quarantine Journal, Entry No. 12: Our DIY Graduation Ceremony This past weekend, I was supposed to be in Boston to see my cousin Meha graduate from Tufts…

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Priya Krishna’s Quarantine Journal, Entry No. 11: The Spice of My Life Every Tuesday, my mom does her version of a fast, which means not eating salt. She does…

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Priya Krishna’s Quarantine Journal, Entry No. 10: No Longer Taking the Backyard for Granted I’ve officially crossed the two-month mark of living—and eating all my meals—at home with my…

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Priya Krishna’s Quarantine Journal, Entry No. 9: The Joy of Herbs Two weeks ago, I was interviewing someone over the phone for an article about changing grocery habits. I…

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Priya Krishna’s Quarantine Journal, Entry No. 8: Kitchen Fatigue Is Here, and It’s Real Yesterday, my mom came upstairs for our usual afternoon discussion on what we should make…

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Priya Krishna’s Quarantine Journal, Entry No. 7: The Beauty of Dining Alone I am an extrovert on the extreme end of the spectrum, which means that in most instances,…

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Priya Krishna’s Quarantine Journal, Entry No. 6: Morning Is No Time for Fancy Foods An oozy, sun-colored yolk dripping all over a slice of airy sourdough bread. A pan-seared…

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Priya Krishna’s Quarantine Journal: Entry Three I’ve been thinking a lot about those simple moments from dining out that we don’t get to enjoy right now in Dallas. The…

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For as long as I can remember, the middle shelf of our fridge has been occupied by large stainless-steel containers of my dad’s homemade yogurt. He started making yogurt back…

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