Recipe Roundup – Try Some New Quarantine Meals!
If you’re like the rest of us, you’re probably on the brink of despair when it comes to answering the worst coronavirus question ever…
“What do we have to eat?”
Whether it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner, most families have already experienced their favorite dishes over and over and over again during the past couple of months. And while you can grab some takeout or have meals delivered to your home, some of your favorite eateries are probably closed, and you may be getting tired of the options available to you.
So where does that leave you? Searching for new recipes, that’s for sure! But with the vast number of recipes floating on the Internet, it’s hard to know where to start. Some recipes feature a bunch of crazy ingredients that you’d never in a million years have on hand, and others may require the skills of a master chef. Where are the quick, easy, delicious things you can actually make for your family? The hungry team Ernest Homes has done some web crawling for you, compiling some of the “best of the best” quarantine cookery ideas you’ve ever seen – or eaten! Click away…the world is your oyster!
New York Times - An absolute treasure trove of just about anything you can imagine, sorted into handy categories to make browsing easy. https://cooking.nytimes.com/topics/self-quarantine-recipes
All Recipes - One of the Internet’s powerhouse providers of yummy eats will make it simple to find unique and exciting uses for staples you’re likely to have on hand right now. https://www.allrecipes.com/recipes/83/everyday-cooking/convenience-cooking/
The TODAY Show – The food stylists at TODAY have gone viral with more than recipes – they’ve created a whole new “foodiverse” featuring not only recipes, but a place to share ideas and ask questions about food and cooking. Join The Quarantine Collective on Instagram and find a whole new world of delectable delights! https://www.instagram.com/the_quarantine_collective/
Facebook’s Quarantine Kitchen – With a huge percentage of American families already on Facebook, it was certain to happen sooner rather than later. Post, share, like and enjoy! https://www.facebook.com/groups/1214291262098905/
Publix to the rescue! – If you’re a hands-on type of cook, and need to see how it’s done before you try it yourself, browse a large selection of recipe videos on the Publix YouTube channel. Dozens and dozens of fantastic ideas play out right before your eyes! https://www.youtube.com/user/Publix/videos
Last but not least, you may need some guidance when it comes to planning how to use all those supplies you’ve laid in. What should you use first? What will keep best? How can I substitute ingredients if I run out of something? The Spruce Eats provides a simple primer to staying on top of your family’s food supply.
Remember, when quarantine breaks and we begin to add more social interaction to our lives, you can show off your newfound kitchen skills (and your gorgeous kitchen and dining area) by hosting a dinner party for the family and friends you’ve missed the most!