What’re you up to tonight? What’re you eating for dinner?

I’m watching the news and posting this to help me avoid having to do some work. Last night I made a dinner from GreenChef meal service (the first time you use them it is $50 off, so I got 6 meals for ~$20, which was pretty great - don’t think I will use them again, can explain why if anyone is interested). The first dinner I made from them was delicious - it was a pea pesto with a ton of veggies and wheat pasta. Very healthy, very tasty. Last night was roasted zukes, portabellos and amaranth in a spicy tomato sauce. Cooking amaranth is weird, y’all - I thought it would be like quinoa, but it was gooey and gelatinous like a super thick chia pudding. The tomato sauce was not great (I’m not a fan of tomato sauces) - so all in all, it was not good.

So, tonight I didn’t want to eat the leftovers and didn’t really have anything else in the house, so I ordered delivery from a Costa Rican restaurant (hearts of palm salad, spinach empanadas, passion fruit and vanilla vegan shake - and because it is a new menu item, a rum cake — which was freaking amazing!!!). I’m stuffed and will have to save the shake for tomorrow.

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Question for the hivemind: I am flying to Boston this summer and then need to get myself to a town in New Hampshire where my mom will pick me up and take me to our family vacation spot. The distance is 100 miles. My mom will pay for a limo or whatever. I think I’d like to use a ride sharing service, but I’m not sure how it works for a distance that long. Drivers can refuse to go that far, right? And I think I read they can only take you 60 miles? Anyone have any experience/knowledge of this?