My children and me have been more organized in our cooking activities. Since the coronavirus pandemic put us into a panic sarma recept kulinarika mode just a few weeks ago it has been an indispensable lifeline for everyone.

Although my grown children never showed much interest in cooking, my younger children were particularly interested when I cooked steak au poivre. It would be their favorite food. As soon as it was time to allow the sauce to ignite, they would run into the kitchen to while at an appropriate distance using an extinguisher to look at the flames. They would also cheer at the sound and smell of smoke alarms.

I started inviting my guests to cook with me every now and then. They could do things like peeling vegetables, cooking steaks, or flipping pancakes.

As a creature of social media, I would also often post photos and videos of my creations — including the obligatory slo-mo flambe — which eventually gave me the idea to combine the activities and give birth to “Daddy and Holly and Liam’s Cooking Show,” a friends-and-family-only Facebook endeavor that we’d put out once every month or two. This format helped to structure the seemingly random lessons, and made it more enjoyable for the children to cook.

In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak cooking with others is more essential than ever. Adults are aware that people are always looking for something to do during times of lockdown. Children might find interruptions in their routines extremely stressful. Zoom classroom is a good option, but it’s certainly not enough.

Also, we have to address the possibility of the spread of a pandemic to the adult brain.

Cooking together is an effective way to avoid the coronavirus. It’s not as difficult to separate from one another such as binge watching Netflix or Disney Plus. We talk about food and I make numerous dad jokes. I also can amuse my friends by making them believe I’m cutting my own hair. It’s fun, and clean.

Cooking is a wonderful method of teaching coronavirus related lessons. Hand washing is an integral aspect of daily kitchen activities. We now make an alarming sound every time somebody touches our face. After that, we go to the bathroom for 20 second antiviral facial scrubs.

It doesn’t mean that every dish must be a work of culinary art. Tonight, I’ll be making tacos by mixing a mixture (gasp! There are still some tips and tricks that I can use to make tacos from a mix tonight.

I’d like to think that cooking for the children reduces my workload. They may take a bit longer to finish the task than mine and sometimes the results are less polished. There are also additional cleanups.

In a world trying to stay clear of a global crisis delay can be a blessing.

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