Welcome to the COVID-19 kitchen.
Since almost everyone is working from home, many are taking the additional hours to upgrade their skills by the stove.
Yet, stocking up your ingredients and doing recipe research can be a painful process. Not only do you spend hours scouring through the internet and your kitchen to see what you’ve got on hand, but you also have to make your way to the supermarket, which is a less than ideal location to be at now.
To help you along, we’ve put together the Pandemic Pantry, a list of all the new recipes you can try from renowned chefs like Gordon Ramsay and Joel Robuchon, as well as how and where you can stock up on all your essentials.
To help you plan your next grocery shop more efficiently, Zach Conrad, assistant professor in the Department of Kinesiology & Health Sciences at William & Mary, offers his tips on how to stock up, sensibly, while self-isolating.
New-age wet market stall owners are going digital to keep up with the trends so that they can provide consumers with both convenience and fresh, quality produce.
Whether you’re looking for the best cut of Australian beef or the fluffiest gluten-free bread, these are the best organic grocers in Singapore to make a shopping stop at.
Limited fridge and pantry space for all your groceries? These meal kits deliver the exact amount of ingredients with step-by-step instructions for your convenience.
British chef, restauranteur and TV personality shares a quick stir-fry recipe that’ll feed the family in no time.
Pamelia Chia, author of Wet Market to Table, launched @sgpnoodles on Instagram in mid-March. Each post is complete with detailed recipes, instructions, photos but also videos for step-by-step guidance to cooking your next meal.
French chef Joel Robuchon’s mashed potato recipe only requires ten simple steps. If you’re wondering what the key ingredient is, let’s just say it rhymes with “better”.
Extended circuit breaker got you down? Don’t fret, this bubble tea recipe will tide you through your days at home.
If you’re a traditionalist who prefers scouring through cookbooks for recipe research, these are the ones you’ll want to get.
American chef Thomas Keller divulges his secret on how you can turn two simple ingredients — salmon and spinach — into a restaurant-quality meal.
Craving for a good ol’ chocolate dessert? This five-ingredient recipe by French pastry chef Pierre Herme will only take 30-minutes to make.
Our drinks writer is spending isolation the best way she can by coming up with this sweet new creation. Hint: it features the trendy Dalgona coffee.
This classic, no-fail recipe from cronut inventor chef Dominique Ansel is a quick easy dessert for any family. No measuring tools needed.