With health officials advising social distancing to help slow the spread of Covid-19 and schools and offices closing for the next few weeks, having a well-stocked pantry and a plan for how to use it is a must. Here are our suggestions for what to stock and what to cook for the next few weeks.The list below covers a lot of ground, but isn’t exhaustive.
This month, please welcome back Aaron Hutcherson and his meal plans! Aaron is a regular contributor here on Our Site and the blogger behind The Hungry Hutch.For the most part, this week’s recipes lean towards Asian ingredients and dishes. There’s miso—a salty and savory Japanese fermented soybean paste usually found in the refrigerated section of the grocery store—in one preparation, ginger flavors a sauce to go with pork chops in another dish, a quick steak stir fry, and pad Thai you don’t have to get delivered.
A chicken salad done Louisiana style with a remoulade, Tabasco sauce and a little Cajun spice.Photography Credit:Elise BauerThis little chicken salad went to the market. This little chicken salad stayed home. This little chicken salad took a tour through Louisiana and ran off with some cheeky spicy remoulade sauce and who knows where they’ll end up?
Asian noodle salad with plenty of colorful veggies and a sesame ginger dressing.Photography Credit:Elise BauerEveryone loves a good Asian noodle salad, right?How do you like yours? I like mine with lots of colorful veggies tossed in with the noodles, so it feels more like a “salad” and not just highly seasoned cold noodles.
Angels on horseback, a British appetizer made with oysters that have been wrapped in bacon and cooked.Photography Credit:Elise BauerHave you ever heard of angels on horseback? Hank Shaw shares his recipe for this classic appetizer. ~EliseI first encountered this dish when I moved to Long Island in the late 1980s.
Apple-Cinnamon French Toast Muffins! Bake them right away or the next morning. Leftovers reheat well for weekday breakfasts.Photography Credit:Sally VargasYou’ve got to admit it: they’re cute. These individual bites of not-quite-muffins and not-quite-French-toast are almost too good to be true.Not only are they scrumptious, but they work on your schedule.