The Good Food team's guide to eating at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Staying in just became a lot more interesting.
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What do you do when a retail giant hands you cornflakes, peanut butter and long-life milk? You make cookies, says Melbourne chef Matt Wilkinson.
We should be planning how to eat for a week between shopping trips, not a month, writes Adam Liaw.
Next time you brave the supermarket, supercharge your shop with these flavour-packed ingredients.
Brew your own, order wine online or host a virtual cocktail hour. Quarantini, anyone?
With a good base of different flavours, one big shop can see you eat comfortably for a couple of weeks without too much repetition.
With more time to spend in the kitchen, why not go the whole enchilada and make the sauce from scratch.
An edible hug is pretty high on the agenda right now, and this pantry- and freezer-raided staple is exactly that.
Quick and creative ways to make the most of the cans, packets and ingredients you should always try to have on hand.
Ever fancied eating food from some of Sydney's best restaurants at home? Now's your chance.
This evolving list covers hospitality businesses offering something different, from takeaway menus to home-meal kits to grocery boxes.
Don't forget about these nutrient-rich staples when stocking your quarantine pantry.
Butter chicken. Pad Thai. Green curry chicken. Cheeseburgers. Now you can cook all your takeaway favourites at home.
There's something primally satisfying about building yourself a DIY food store for a potential hibernation to come.
One pot of Katrina Meynink's mother sauce becomes many meals.
The best fruits and veg for a massive nutritional hit.
Put down the toilet paper, pick up some dried lentils. Jill Dupleix's answer to surviving Coronavirus is to keep calm and cook on.
Stay fighting fit by following these daily steps.
Eggs, butter, flour, sugar and not much else. You won't find any exotic sugars, fancy flours or buttermilk in here.
A shopping list of things you might want to fill your kitchen with before you shut the doors.