Eating out has been put on hold, so everyone is forced to face the kitchen. For some, this period is a welcome moment to have more time to cook, for others it might be the first time to truly cook on a regular basis. Get some inspiration for menus and recipes from these great virtual resources.
MasterClass has the world’s most accomplished instructors in their field who teach online course. Examples include Annie Leibovitz teaching photography and Martin Scorsese discussing film making. For the culinary arts, there are a variety of choices from Gabriela Cámara and Mexican cuisine to the American chef and writer Thomas Keller to Gordon Ramsay. Ramsay’s first class proved so popular, that there is now a part two. Classes are not just recipes but include aspects of cooking like kitchen layout and knife skills.
For those who have a sweet tooth, then check out CakeFlix. Learn how to make those fancy cakes you see on the Food Network with recipes that range from easy to more challenging. There are over 1,000 courses and almost 8,000 cake video lessons. But this site is not just about video tutorials, there is also a private learning section as well as community sharing.
For old school, authentic Italian cooking, head over to the YouTube channel, Pasta Grannies. Here Italian nonne will explain exactly how to prepare various pasta dishes in Italian with English subtitles.