Hi Meena, So happy to have you back with your humor when we are facing a pandemic. Your sense of humor is the vaccine I was looking for. I knew I have stock for at least 2 months always in our pantry. However, we took stock of inventory and rushed to the Indian grocery for whatever we found may not last for 2 months. Lo and behold, we had 500 people ahead of us inside a small store 3 weeks back and so much for social distancing. Only the stocking staff were wearing a mask to protect themselves and everyone else was walking inside the store as though nothing was happening in the outside world. I felt as though I walked in with all my clothes inside a nudist society. It is interesting to note that while all of us are focused on what we need to eat for 2 months, the rest of the society is apparently focused on the rear end of the digestion system. The aisle that normally has toilet papers is totally empty in all retail stores. Water is restricted to one case of water bottles or two gallons of water. I am happy your daughters are back home enjoying home-cooked meals. Worst case scenario, you can always get American Long Grain Rice from a local store to replace whatever rice you are getting from the Indian grocery. You have Asafetida to last for the whole wedding of the Ambani family? Your family should be not only enjoying delicious food but also a nice aroma every day. There was a lot of tension in our home last week as we had my mother's ceremony on Thursday. Even though the Indian store was open, the Temple was closed and we were wondering what to do. We called the priest and fortunately, he agreed to be in the Temple at 9 a.m. to perform the rituals. We were sitting 6 feet away from each other and he must have been very irritated about me not repeating after him properly as I couldn't hear half of what he was reciting. My loving mother will forgive me for my ignorance, I guess. I thought pinching your husband is to wake him up to the positive comments of the children while your husband is eating mouthful without saying a word about cooking? Keep the energy coming at these testing times.