We are very sorted for simulating takeaways at home. Freezer full of venison, fish, crayfish, shellfish and a bit of duck. I'm in the habit of making and freezing meals anyway, as life can get very busy at short notice.
A few of my favourite takeaway places do 'cook at home' retail and I've been slowly accumulating pies, dumplings and curry sauce since it appeared to me things would go pear shaped.
I work in essential industry. I can honestly say this is the most difficult time I have ever worked through. No time to cook. Even sleep is limited/difficult. Laundry situation is getting dire. Getting my flu-jab today. Should have some side effect symptoms tomorrow that keep me away from work for 72 hours.
Something I don't understand ... My local dairy and my local service station both do takeaways. Both will stay open but will they be allowed to sell takeaways? I don't plan to buy (the paper wrapping is high risk IMO), I'm just curious.
I think it works that they aren't allowed to serve/sell you food prepared on site. I am not sure if that excludes pre packaged pies they reheat.