With the COVID-19 pandemic spreading at an alarming pace it is an ominous occasion. There have been many deaths due to the lack of information about the virus.

This is the best food to eat Not this! Eat This, Not That! We met online to discuss some of our dishes from quarantine to assist one another through this difficult moment.

We’d like to show you how to make our designs.

1. Dark Chocolate Chip Banana Nut Bread

“I used my mom’s recipe. However, I added dark chocolate morsels. I’m of the opinion that chocolate can make everything better. Bake it at 350°F for about 50 minutes. The top will appear slightly crispy, but the inside will remain soft and moist. The inside of the chocolate is delicious. There’s nothing better than just some of each. I tend to favor the chocolate and walnuts. This bread is comforting and delicious.

2. Shakshuka

“I went for a walk one Sunday, and I saw my favourite Hummus shop open a market to sell their products. They also had freshly baked pita bread. It made me hungry for shakshuka. I could have prepared the ETNT version of shakshuka, or the Italian version eggs-in-purgatory, but I chose to make my own with ingredients I found in my pantry and fridge.

Sauteed onions, peppers, and garlic. They were then added tomatoes that were roasted on fire as well as four eggs. This breakfast is finished off with feta cheese along with chopped parsley and pita bread. I kept the pita breads in freezers and then cooked each one whenever I needed.

3. Philly Cheesesteaks

My mother made Philly Cheesesteaks with onions and bell peppers. Mama served the potatoes along with a side dish of baked potatoes, spiced with garlic, salt, fresh rosemary, and salt. I like to dip them in the Trader Joe’s organic ketchup. I also added mayonnaise , and some cheese to my cheesesteak to increase its flavor. To make my meal more vivid, I added strawberries to my plate. The side note is that a toasted bun is 100 percent the most ideal choice.

4. Lentil Soup

While working from home, I’ve been enjoying lentil soup as a lunch. It can be made from scratch using all the ingredients from your pantry in your pantry or you can buy it ready-made and freeze it to use later. I’m a huge Ina Garten fan. We actually reside in the same town. Since the last week, she’s been posting simple recipes to Instagram. Her Stewed Tomatoes & Lentils recipe was the inspiration for my own version.

5. Egg + Toast and Grits

My husband and myself have distinct work schedules. He’s usually asleep at night when he goes home, whereas I am awake when I leave for work every morning. We are now able to have breakfast in the morning while I work remotely. We’ll be having eggs, bacon, fruit toast, sometimes grits. While it’s not fancy, it’s an opportunity to be together in a happy environment.