What to Eat During a Spring Storm Power Outage?
Losing power during a spring storm, whether because of heavy rains or high wind, isn’t terribly uncommon in New England. In fact, just the past few days have already seen spring storms knocking out power across New England and even further south.
There’s no doubt that losing power during a storm is inconvenient, especially if the outage lasts a while. In some of our other blog posts, we’ve featured fun activities to help while away the time, including coverage of must-read books and highly recommended family games.
But what about food?
Just because the power is out doesn’t mean you can’t whip up some tasty meals for yourself and your family.
Check out some of these no-cook and low-cook recipes that are sure to satisfy everyone in your house.
Of course, the secret to success when it comes to creating any of these dishes requires a prepped and well-stocked pantry. Check out this list of essentials to stock your pantry in preparation for a storm.
Pro-tip: An extra propane tank for gas grilling can also empower your power outage cooking prowess.
Should the storm be severe enough to cause significant storm damage, trust your local SERVPRO of Danvers / Ipswich team for speedy storm remediation!