Cooking through Chaos

Cooking through Chaos


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With dine-in restaurants restricted, foodies across the region are tracking takeout options and digging into delivery. If the novelty of ordering out is wearing off, now might be the perfect time to check out some virtual cooking classes.

Chef & The Dish

You can travel virtually into the kitchens of top chefs from Italy, Spain, Brazil, Thailand and more without changing out of your sweats, if you like—just don’t forget your apron. Once you select your cooking class date and time, a kitchen assistant will reach out to confirm and schedule a Kitchen Prep Session! Now might be the time to try out their "What's in Your Fridge?!" class.


Looking to enhance your culinary cred while at home? Check out the 30-day trial with Rouxbe. Rouxbe lets you access their library of content that includes tips, technique lessons and full courses. If hosting a dinner party is on your post-pandemic list of to-do's, imagine how impressed your guests will be at your handmade Gnocchi or perfectly blended Béchamel sauce.


If your experience with fondant has been a big fon-DON'T, check out CakeFlix's 1,000+ online cake decorating courses. They are currently offering reduced monthly memberships as well as live cake demos on their website and Facebook page on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

Many notable chefs have turned their kitchens into virtual classrooms. Massino Bottura hosts "Kitchen Quarantine" at 2:00pm on Instagram. Christina Tosi has launched "Baking Club" sharing the ingredient list at night for the following days class. James Beard Award-nominated chef Natalia Vallejo also shares what she cooks at home.

What are some of the recipes you've been searching for and preparing to try while at home?

Check out other Greenlight tips on living virtually.

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