(Speaking of veg etc, I'd happily- well, unhappily but resignedly- limit my shopping to once a ten-day at one store as per the PM's strong recommendation, but fresh produce doesn't last that long and there's only so much I can carry in my bike panniers. Once you factor in (to-me) necessities like tonic water and Pepsi, there's not much room for half a dozen potatoes or a kabocha squash or even a head of broccoli. Fortunately I have frozen broccoli because I can never use a fresh one before it goes bad. But again, the greengrocer's is a narrow store and I feel I take my life in my hands whenever I go there. People try to distance, but there really isn't room. So it's line up for Fiesta, which is tedious. And elderly hours are 8-9, when I'm neither awake nor functional.)
As for reading, I have a list of finished books which it would be tedious to put here. On the go, I have Tanizaki's The Makioka Sisters (long natsukashii reread) for couch reading downstairs, Parry's A Declaration of the Rights of Magicians on the tablet upstairs (long intriguing historical A/U), and The Camel of Destruction (a Mamur Zapt historical mystery in British Egypt) for light paperback reading anywhere. In happier times that would be my backpack book, but now even the parks are closed. Sigh again. However one needs to limit the light reading because I know from experience that a surfeit of mysteries causes mental scratchiness. So I will probably read The Pursuit of the Millennium one of these days as well.