Sometimes, it's the simplest things.
Take a small onion, peel it and top and tail it, cut it into sixths and fan the layers out. Top and tail a carrot and chop it into slim batons. Halve half a dozen cherry tomatoes. Crush up a clove or two of garlic. Toss the lot in a little oil, a little balsamic vinegar if you have it, some salt and whatever other seasoning and spices you enjoy. Lay out on a baking tray and stick it in the oven at 180 C for 30-35 minutes. When it pings, fry two eggs, plate the vegetables and put the eggs on top.
Very simple lunch, just using up some remaining veg and a couple of eggs, but, god, that was delicious and restorative. The buds of spring have started to emerge here, but nobody has told the actual weather that, and it's bloody freezing. Winter is hanging on. And, sometimes, it's the simplest things that let us enjoy it and carry on.
(I have the advantage here of four rescue chickens who are producing an insane number of eggs.)