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Lamb and Pimiento Stew, Slow Cooker; vaccination #1 — 6 Comments

  1. I don’t think I’ve ever had a pimento that wasn’t stuffed into a green olive. And I’m pretty sure those are tasteless. I wouldn’t know one if you handed it to me, so I’m guessing that fresh, they’re pretty tasty or you wouldn’t use them.

    I’m glad you got your shot. My hospital system is still calling, texting and emailing me to get mine though I think I’m older than you by a bit 😉 But I’m still not comfortable with it although I’m researching the J&J shot. I don’t know, we’ll see…

    • Actually, I only use them canned – never seen them fresh, but the Spanish are very good with their canned veggies. The pimientos are very flavorful and the white asparagus us wonderful.
      I like the idea of the J&J being 1 shot, but I was happy with the Moderna – which was available lol

  2. For what it’s worth, I had the second Pfizer shot a while ago. The only effect I felt from either was fatigue, and I think that was as much from lessened tension as from the shot. Still being careful though, since the variants are rife here, and we don’t really seem to know how the shots protect against them. I was also “chosen at random” by my clinic from their patients over 75, otherwise I’d probably still be waiting. But it sure helps to have some new recipes to try! 🙂

    • I felt the proverbial weight being lifted. I knew I was worried about getting it (allergies) but I apparently was more tense then I thought. Really, such a relief. Next one the end of April.
      Rollout has been very slow all over Europe, sadly. Except Serbia, for some reason….

  3. Congratulations! That’s wonderful that you have had your first shot and are scheduled for your second one.

    (I’m suitably envious. I’m not sure when I will be in line to get my first shot but I’m guessing it won’t be until late April or early May.)

    • I will never know how I was chosen – maybe they decided to start to the end of the alphabet instead of the beginning. I’m just grateful to be in the process – or I would also be May.

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