Conversations Live: Cooking at Home

Cooking at home has taken on a whole new life during the COVID-19 pandemic. Stay-at-home orders and self-quarantining have left millions of people not just with spare time to cook, but a necessity to cook at home. How have our attitudes towards cooking and food changed over the last year? How has it affected where we get our food and our local restaurants? And what kind of cooking trends are likely to remain in a post-pandemic world? We’ll answer these questions, give cooking tips, and more.

Guests

Duke Gastiger
Co-owner of Refarm Cafe at Windswept

Tamra Fatemi
WPSU Events Coordinator, World Kitchen

Beth Egan
Teaching Professor Emeritus in Food Service Management at Penn State

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