Celebrity Chefs are Offering Cooking Advice From Their Homes

With social distancing in full effect, you probably have a lot of spare time to fill up. Now’s the perfect opportunity to take on those New Years’ resolutions you came up with. If you wanted to learn how to cook and try new recipes, celebrity chefs are posting tips from their homes on social media. These are some ideas from our favorite chefs to get you started.

Jamie Oliver

Oliver posted his favorite recipes that only use the most basic ingredients that you probably already have at home. The potato gnocchi he posted uses only three ingredients—potatoes, flour, and nutmeg. This week, he’ll have a new special on Channel 4 (British public-service television network) Keep Cooking and Carry On that features easy recipes that “work with what you got.”

Martha Stewart

Tea is relaxing and calming and Stewart made a soothing ginger tea as part of her “get through the tough times” food solutions special for the Today show this week. If green juice is more you’re thing, she also made on packed with nutrients.

Ina Garten

Garten treated her husband to the most mouth-watering Belgian waffles which shes later posted on Instagram with the caption, “Please take every precaution and stay safe!!” In another post, she asked followers to comment with photos from their pantry so she could help them whip up some new recipes. If you want to get some idea for meals, you can find the recipes on her website’s homepage under “Cook From Your Pantry.”