Virtual cooking with friends, family is one of the last good ways to Zoom

Nine months in, the thought of another Zoom meeting is exhausting. But virtual cooking still restores me: It’s that alchemy of creating food together while catching up with friends that I knew I’d miss most when the pandemic started. I’ve created this guide in the hope that it gives your holiday season — and let’s be honest, 2021 — a fresh dose of joy and connection. Whether you want to learn a favorite family recipe from your septuagenarian mother or grandfather who is safely across the country, or bake cookies with friends of any age in the same city, there are ways to do it that are fun, festive and restorative.
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Virtual cooking with friends, family is one of the last good ways to Zoom

Nine months in, the thought of another Zoom meeting is exhausting. But virtual cooking still restores me: It’s that alchemy of creating food together while catching up with friends that I knew I’d miss most when the pandemic started. I’ve created this guide in the hope that it gives your holiday season — and let’s be honest, 2021 — a fresh dose of joy and connection. Whether you want to learn a favorite family recipe from your septuagenarian mother or grandfather who is safely across the country, or bake cookies with friends of any age in the same city, there are ways to do it that are fun, festive and restorative.
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