With the COVID-19 pandemic accelerating in alarming speed it is an ominous time. There have been many deaths due to the lack of information about the virus.

This is the food you should be eating not this! sarma recept kulinarika Eat This, Not That! We got together online to share some of our recipes from the quarantine area, to support one another during this difficult period of time.

We would love to demonstrate how you can make our own creations.

1. Dark Chocolate Chip Banana Nut Bread

“I followed my mom’s recipe. However, I added dark chocolate morsels. I believe chocolate can make everything better. Bake it at 350degF for 50 minutes. This will leave the top slightly crisp, but the inside will be soft and moist. The chocolate inside is great. Since there’s nothing better than a little bit of each I’m heavily consuming walnuts and chocolate. This bread is a comfort food and delicious.

2. Shakshuka

“I was walking around on Sunday when I saw my go-to hummus shop opening an open market for their products. Also, they had fresh pita bread. It left me craving shakshuka. I could have made the ETNT version of shakshuka as well as the Italian version egg-in-purgatory, however I decided to create my own with ingredients I had in my pantry and fridge.

Sauteed onions, peppers and garlic. Then added fire-roasted tomatoes followed by four eggs. The breakfast is served with the feta cheese and chopped parsley. To preserve my pita I kept them frozen and then toasted each as I needed them.

3. Philly Cheesesteaks

My mother cooked Philly Cheesesteaks with onions and bell peppers. Mama served the potatoes with a side dish of baked potatoes sprinkled with garlic, salt fresh rosemary, salt. I like to dip them in The organic mustard from Trader Joe’s. I also added mayonnaise , and some cheese to my cheesesteak to increase the flavor. To make the meal even more lively, I put strawberries to my plate. An additional note: Toasting a bun is 100 % the best option.

4. Lentil Soup

“I have enjoyed lentil soup for lunch during my time working remotely. You can create it from scratch using the ingredients in your pantry, or buy it pre-made and freeze it. I am an avid Ina Garten fan. We are actually in the same town. Since the beginning of the week, she’s posted easy recipes on Instagram. My take on her Stewed Tomatoes & Lentils recipe was inspired by hers.

5. Grits + Toast + Egg

My husband and I both have different schedules at work. My husband is usually asleep after returning home at night, and I get up early to am up for work every day. It is now possible to have brunch together as I work remotely. We’ll have bacon, eggs, fruit toast, sometimes grits. It’s not extravagant, but it’s a chance for us to be together in a positive setting.