The COVID-19 outbreak may have forced us to stay at home, but it certainly hasn’t curbed our culinary habits in any way. As we have more time to dedicate to our hobbies, we’re constantly looking for online portals that are offering great courses and guides. For those fond of cooking, we’ve decided to put together a list of cooking courses and recipes being offered by celebrity chefs. So if you really want to improve your cooking skills while you stay at home, scroll down to see our picks.
Seamus Mullen – ‘Quarantine Kitchen’
New York City’s happening chef Seamus Mullen hosts his own show titled Quarantine Kitchen on IGTV almost every evening. And the best part about it is that he posts a list of dishes he’s going to prepare through the week, at the start of the week, so you’re ready with all the ingredients you need to cook them. Along with guided tutorials on cooking, Seamus also makes sure to talk food, health and wellness.
Christina Tosi – ‘BakersClub’
If you want to up your baking game, here’s one show you can follow on IGTV that’ll really change your life. It’s aired every day at 2 pm EST, and has Milky Bar owner Christina Tosi breaking down iconic sweets from her restaurant, like butter cake, brownies, blondies and chocolate chip cookies. And of course, an ingredient list is also provided by her in advance. So go ahead and follow her on Instagram to make sure to not miss her next broadcast.
Massimo Bottura – ‘Kitchen Quarantine’
Daily at 8 pm CET, superstar Italian chef Massimo Bottura hosts his show Kitchen Quarantine via his IGTV channel. The show is very light-hearted and has Massimo cooking with his family members, and sharing his inputs constantly on whatever’s being made. It’s pretty impromptu as well; he’ll just cook whatever he finds in his fridge.
Vitaly Paley – ‘Ask Vitaly Anything’
Every Friday at 5 pm PST, Vitaly Paley answers questions from the viewers of his Instagram content and also does demonstrations about cooking techniques. The Iron Chef winner will really give you a new perspective on your cooking abilities with his simple explanations.
The creative cooking of Eden Grinshpan is something you just can’t help but fall in love with. She doesn’t have a dedicated show, but regularly posts videos show off her cooking skills. Her Instagram is also filled with plenty of content featuring her adorable family.
Gabriel too doesn’t have a dedicated show, but regularly keeps posting sweet recipes in his stories. The best part about them all is that they are saved in the Highlights section of his Instagram. So you can just visit his profile any time, and catch the delightful delicacies he’s prepared recently.
Joe Hurd – ‘Scran School’
Chef Joe Hurd has gone ahead and created a new Instagram profile called Scran School, on which he teaches kids safe and practical cooking skills, while also acquainting them about food facts. These recipes are simple and easy to cook and are updated every weekday, so there’s plenty to find on this new Instagram page. Joe even issues little challenges every now and then.