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Chef Jose Hernandez preps several pizzas at a makeshift backyard pizza kitchen on April 3, 2021, in Scottsdale, Ariz. Beaten down by the pandemic, some laid-off or idle restaurant workers have pivoted to dishing out food from home. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Pandemic-weary chefs, cooks enjoy serving from home

Pandemic-weary chefs, cooks enjoy serving from home

 

Yuliet Colon pulls her rolling grocery cart as she walks home after after a visit to the agro market in Havana, Cuba, Friday, April 2, 2021. Colon helps Cubans cope with shortages exacerbated by the new coronavirus pandemic with Facebook posts of culinary creations designed around what is actually available at the market. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

Cuban cooks overcome shortages with ingenuity on Facebook

Cuban cooks overcome shortages with ingenuity on Facebook

 

This cover image shows "Food Between Friends" by Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Julie Tanous. (Clarkson Potter via AP)

Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Julie Tanous cook up a friendship

Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Julie Tanous cook up a friendship

 

This cover image released by Voracious shows "Book Story: The Rise: Black Cooks and the Soul of American Food," by Marcus Samuelsson. The book has 150 recipes from two dozen top Black chefs and includes profiles of each. (Voracious via AP)

Chef Marcus Samuelsson celebrates the variety of Black food

Chef Marcus Samuelsson celebrates the variety of Black food

This cover image released by Voracious shows "Book Story: The Rise: Black Cooks and the Soul of American Food," by Marcus Samuelsson. The book has 150 recipes from two dozen top Black chefs and includes profiles of each. (Voracious via AP)
In this Oct. 7, 2020 photo, chef Sohla El-Waylly prepares Swedish meatballs during a taping of “Stump Sohla,” in New York. El-Waylly became a familiar face on YouTube as a standout on Bon Appetit’s test kitchen channel. But during the nationwide racial reckoning following the police killing of George Floyd, she was among members of the test kitchen who accused the channel’s owner, Conde Nast, of discriminatory practices. She departed Bon Appetit in August after failed negotiations. Her new show is her own, pushing her to deploy her talent, charm and encyclopedic culinary chops to solve challenges. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

‘Babish’ expands as pandemic boosts YouTube cooking shows

Daily views of videos with “cook with me” soaring

  • Oct 26, 2020
In this Oct. 7, 2020 photo, chef Sohla El-Waylly prepares Swedish meatballs during a taping of “Stump Sohla,” in New York. El-Waylly became a familiar face on YouTube as a standout on Bon Appetit’s test kitchen channel. But during the nationwide racial reckoning following the police killing of George Floyd, she was among members of the test kitchen who accused the channel’s owner, Conde Nast, of discriminatory practices. She departed Bon Appetit in August after failed negotiations. Her new show is her own, pushing her to deploy her talent, charm and encyclopedic culinary chops to solve challenges. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
Selena Gomez takes the heat in new cooking show

Selena Gomez takes the heat in new cooking show

Selena Gomez takes the heat in new cooking show

Selena Gomez takes the heat in new cooking show