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5 Online Cooking Resources to Try

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Now is the time to get into the kitchen and start experimenting and learning new techniques! Make the most of your social distancing time by trying a few online cooking resources to hone your skills and learn new recipes. 

All Recipes Cooking School 

These user friendly courses are designed for all levels. Whether you’re a complete beginner or aspiring chef, you’ll be sure to learn something new. 

Bluprint Cake Decorating Class

Learning how to decorate a beautiful, intricate cake is a perfect pastime for right now. You’ll exercise your brain while making something that tastes great and looks amazing! They offer free unlimited access for two weeks, so check it out! 

America’s Test Kitchen

Through the Test Kitchen’s unique instructional approach, you’ll learn the hows and whys behind innovative techniques and classic recipes, all broken down step-by-step.

Skillshare

Skillshare is an online learning platform for a variety of things but they also offer amazing cooking classes! Learn techniques from all over the world in these fun, easy to follow videos. And the first two months are free!

New York Times Cooking 

The New York Times Cooking Subscription offers weekly recipes from master chefs. There are step-by-step instructions, videos to teach you basic techniques, and a weekly newsletter with easy meals to make for your family. 

Learning to cook or improving your skills in the kitchen is a great way to help you feel productive, happy and provide a nice meal for your family during these uncertain times. We hope you enjoy these resources! If you are looking for a new home, our team is working remotely and is available to answer any questions you may have. Contact us today, we would love to hear from you!