This lockdown period has actually been mostly a tale of two spaces for me: My bed room, which is likewise where my workplace is set up, and my cooking area. Even while I’m working, I take little breaks and go to the cooking area to make a treat, a cup of tea or coffee, or do some preparation for the upcoming meal.
The cooking area has actually been the good news is one of those places where I can escape screens and the news cycle that makes you distressed and worn out– even if it’s only for a while.
A couple of weeks ago, my associate Abhimanyu took control of this column and blogged about some wonderful YouTube channels to assist you with your quarantine cooking. Today, I’m bringing you some terrific apps, sites, and tools to make lip-smacking meals:
- The New York Times has a great site dedicated to cooking with countless recipes. Plus, there’s an iPhone app.
- It may be difficult to find all active ingredients during quarantine, so you can utilize tools such as Supercook or Epicurious to make meals out of stuff you have in your fridge.
- Numerous gifted chefs are affected by the COVID-19 outbreak since restaurants are closing down. You can help them by taking their online classes and paying them some charges.
- Conde Nast Tourist has a great list of star chefs who’re hosting something cooking classes online including Ugly Delicious’ David Chang and Queer Eye’s Antoni Porowski.
- Like BuzzFeed’s viral food videos? Go to Yummy and find out some easy meals.
- EatHow lets you prepare meals with the food you currently have.
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