Some people on Twitter, like Luis Miranda, Jr. and Chef Jose Andres have been sharing recipes online, and I will be sharing the two that I have plus adding to this post with others. I have several of my own recipes on the website; just put “recipe” in the search box and see what comes up.
First some tips that we are using in our house.
Wash fruits and vegetables really well. You should also wash the fruits that have peels that you won’t be eating because it still may have something on the outside that you don’t want on your hands or in your body.
Wash your utensils before food preparation.
Wash your hands, and then wash them again. It is equally important to dry your hands thoroughly. This is also a good year round practice.
Separate your meat, vegetable, and bread cutting boards. This is something you should do year round when there isn’t a global pandemic going on.
How You Should Get Food During the Pandemic (published by The Atlantic on March 14, 2020)
Clicking graphic takes you to the source link.
“A Little Snack” from Chef Jose Andres using seaweed, rice, and Spanish anchovies
Chef Jose Andres #Recipesforallofus: 3 1/2 minute angel hair pasta in tomato sauce (I’m making this later in the week!)
Chef Jose Andres Brisket & Eggs (leftovers in the Andres’ house)
Chef Jose Andres Vegetable Lasagna (onions, eggplant, zucchini)
Chef Jose Andres’ Tuna Melt (of Sen. Mark Warner)
Chef Jose Andres Classic Spanish dish – “Migas” that uses old bread. Chef has added chorizo and grapes
Chicken, Potatoes, and Green Beans Dinner (one pan. I made this and it was delicious!)
How to Cook a Ronto Wrap (Galaxy Edge at Home. YouTube Video)
Three Ingredient Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies (perfect for lockdown)
Armadillo Cheesy Garlic Bread from Chrissy Teigen’s Cravings Cookbook [posted with permission]
If you don’t have yeast, this seems like a good substitute. I got this from a Gish group on Facebook. If you know who to credit, please let me know. (c)2020