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Friday, December 3, 2021

Cozy season is here

Good morning. It is a pleasure to welcome you this Friday after Thanksgiving, at the dawn of the cozy season, here on the last days of the year. I usually write to the readers of the Times through the Home and Away newsletter, where I have pondered for months on how we can lead a fulfilling and cultural life during a pandemic.

I started working with a group of Times reporters in the early days of isolation, trying to gather ideas and inspiration to help you navigate a world that has changed dramatically in almost every way. Twice a week, I collect recommendations from my colleagues and readers to have a good time, wherever you are. I’m here today to offer some tips on how to spend the weekend after eating.

The day after Thanksgiving is one of those intermediate days that the holiday season gives us: for many, a day off at work, but not the most important day. This is the day you choose your own adventure, whether your particular adventure consists of shopping on Black Friday (maybe this plant-based gift guide will inspire you?), Curling up with one of our 100 famous books of 2021 having decided to watch the new film by Paul Thomas Anderson “Pizza with Licorice” or something else.

I’m a fan of quasi-hibernation after Thanksgiving with slippers and sweat circling the kitchen where leftover food beckons. This is the perfect weekend to stream whatever you’ve been wanting to catch. (Last season of Insecure? Rebecca Hall’s directorial debut Walkthrough? Is Cowboy Bebop either the original anime or a new live action version?) Life, I hear you and I urge you to be safe. We, house cats, will take care of the outbreak until you return.

The Norman Rockwell version of the vacation is rosy, hugs are all around. Of course, this is not always the case. If this weekend brings you the long-awaited devastation of an overcrowded room, if you unclenched your jaw for the first time in a week, or if after another weird year you just feel out of sorts, you are not alone. My friends and family are used to using the vague but all-encompassing phrase “that’s a lot” to describe how we have been feeling lately. He explains what is happening without going into details; it is nonspecific, but everyone understands.

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However you spend this weekend, I hope that you are safe and warm, that you can relax a little, and that you can connect and connect with the people you love. I hope you have leftover food (more on this below from my colleague Sanam Yar), and if you are traveling, I hope your trip goes without a headache. Thank you for making room for me at your desk.

  • South African scientists have discovered a new variant that has caused travel restrictions from countries in the region. It’s too early to tell how effective vaccines are against it.

  • The retail industry is struggling with the requirement to vaccinate its workers ahead of the holidays.

  • Some objects and practices born in isolation are likely to remain here (such as masks and QR codes). Others (“contactless door opener”) – to a lesser extent.

If you’re lucky enough to have a pile of leftovers for Thanksgiving, there is a whole world of possibilities beyond the standard turkey sandwich. (Though, if you still want to, make it a sandwich with Elena Rus, a sweet-savory concoction named after the Cuban socialite who invented it.)

You might want a leftover enchilada pie, which may sound a little fancy, but is easy to make and delicious. Turkey also lends itself well to modified versions of tikka masala, say verde or pho, courtesy of Samin Nosrat. For other sandwiches, Melissa Clark recommends turkey cubano or healthy pitas.

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