If you’re like me, this quarantine has made things a little boring. The thing is though, it doesn’t have to be. With so many restaurants closed or having reduced hours, now is the best time to try your hand at new recipes! Another reason why you should cook some new stuff? The library has tons of great digital options to use.
If you’re looking for something to check out right away, you can’t go wrong with , which has an amazing selection of cookbooks ready to download with no wait time. Just log in with your library card (or if you don’t have one, you can get an ) and download it to any compatible device (PC, phone, tablet). For some of the more popular titles, the has you covered, although with some titles, you may have to wait a bit. Last but not least, there’s also , that has a plethora of cooking magazines like The Food Network magazine to make sure you never run out of ideas! Flipster not only has the most current issue, but also a ton of past issues to look at as well.
Just remember to be safe out there when you go to grab your ingredients. Make a list so you know what to get and don’t spend too much time. Don’t be afraid to ask for help to find things you’re not use to buying, just make sure to keep a safe distance. Many of the grocery stores offer pick up services online or delivery through a third-party company.
Let us know in the comments any cool recipes you’ve done while at home or favorite cookbooks for others to check out! Happy eating!