The Dish: Fatbird Spreads Its Wings

February 23

Among the many trickle-down effects of quarantine living, my concept of mealtime has fallen out of sync. For example, I am writing these words from the darkened comfort of my living room sofa on a cold winter morning, watching sunlight creep over the neighborhood while I enjoy a steaming bowl of breakfast soup. It's the remains of last week's chicken and dumplings, thick and starchy with hunks of carrot and hits of black pepper. I can fool myself into believing I'm spooning into a fancy savory porridge, but why pretend? It is undeniably soup—comforting and nourishing and exactly what I feel like eating right now, at 7 a.m. So consider this my unsolicited endorsement of breakfast soup, both of the homemade (perhaps Iesha Murry's vegan black-eyed peas stew) and takeout variety, as well as its equally radical sidekicks: doughnut lunch, and popcorn dinner.

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