Cooking After Covid by Eleanor Gaccetta

During the lockdown period, families were forced to learn to prepare and eat meals in their homes. It was a period when our eating habits changed dramatically. We could no longer save time dining on fast foods or stopping at the local grocery store deli on the way home to pick up dinner. Even though people can dine in their favorite restaurants again, the price has caused families to continue cooking at home.

The fact is that the pandemic has forever altered our eating habits. Cooking at home will not go out of style soon, even as we return to normal routines outside the home. Dining out is a centerpiece of our society, but cooking at home after covid is becoming the norm. The rising costs of literally everything also affects takeout and home delivery which can add 35-50% to a bill. If you don’t want to cook, get in your car and pick it up.