There’s No Better Time to Try Something New
20 recipes, no excuses
Food has a special ability to help us connect with what we love—whether we're sharing a meal at the same table or calling in from afar. That's why we've partnered with Zwilling—who's been helping you connect with what you love since 1731—to share our best ways to make the most of a month of cooking at home.
Together, we hope to keep you inspired to cook and share with us, which is why Zwilling is giving away one Zwilling Pro knife set to a member of our community. To qualify, simply cook and upload a photo of any Zwilling recipe featured in this article series and include the hashtags #stayhomekeepcooking and #foodconnects to enter until May 28, 2020. We're looking forward to this month of cooking at home with you!
Staying at home as the summer starts to rear its sunny head does have its benefits, one of which, we’re all keenly aware of: we now have more time to spend in the kitchen. We might use this time to train ourselves on honing specific skills or learn how to be more adaptable cooks by “studying” the ingredients that we can swap or substitute. But for many, the best way to learn is simply by doing. By dedicating time to cooking, baking, flipping, and even flopping, we’re becoming better cooks—together.
This time, there are no excuses—just 20 sweet and savory recipes that will teach you something new, whether they’ll have you on the hunt for an ingredient you’ve never heard of, get you in the swing of a new technique, or simply take up more time than you might normally spend in the kitchen. Our one piece of advice for success is simple: Read through the recipe in its entirety at least once and prep your ingredients in advance, then get cooking!
Questions? Let us know in the comments! We’re in this together, and we’ll do our best to make sure you have all the tips and tricks you need to dive in and come out successful (and well fed) on the other side.
Savory recipes that might be outside the comfort zone
Sweet recipes that might push the envelope
Published on May 28, 2020