While we’ve been relying on food delivery services or trying to find something, anything, in the empty aisle of the local supermarket to make for dinner, one chef is helping people make the most of whatever they have in their kitchens.
Stephanie Nass is asking her Instagram followers to send her pictures of their fridge or pantry, so she can recommend meals to make for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Looks like your quarantine meals just got a major upgrade.
She captioned the post, "Is this what your kitchen looks like? A ‘random’ smattering of ingredients? Don't fret or make an unnecessary trip to the grocery store; #STAYHOME, and send pictures of what you have. We’ll compose a meal based on that. #QuarantineCooking #FlattenTheCurve #VirtualChefanie."
The NY caterer and designer was inspired by a friend, who had been quarantine for weeks and was having trouble figuring out meals to make before texting Nass for ideas.