Have you become a better at-home chef since quarantine? | The Tylt
While it's still possible to grab your dinner at a local restaurant, the idea of picking up your breakfast on the way to work and running out for a quick lunch break looks a little different in the age of quarantine. For some, the prospect of cooking at home seemed far too daunting and time-consuming to make it a regular part of the day. But as the amount of time spent in the home increases, so too do attempts in the kitchen. Has self-quarantine made you a better chef?
Have you become a better at-home chef since quarantine?
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