Cooked-In: Great Resources to Expand Your Palette While at Home

Just because restaurants are closed for all but pickup or delivery, that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your love of eating restaurant-quality food. Making delicious food at home is just a click or two away with these great cookbooks on eBook.

Or maybe you want to brush up on your cooking skills, and take that baking class you’ve always wanted to so you can make the perfect opera cake. Try these at-home cooking tutorials and classes for a great way to bring culinary learning inside your kitchen:

  • Milk Street classes: Christopher Kimball's Milk Street instructional food preparation site will take your cooking skills from basic to advanced with a variety instruction from knife skills to stews.
  • Project Foodie: Project Foodie provides a fun and super interactive way to cook food with easy-to-follow recipes.
  • Instructables: Basic cooking instruction for novice cooks.

For quick dinner ideas and healthy recipes, try a magazine from RBdigital Magazines, including Cook's Illustrated,
Clean Eating and Cook's Country.

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