Home chefs whip up healthy food for Covid patients, their families | Pune News

PUNE: Many home chefs in the city have joined the initiative to provide free meals for Covid-19 patients in their areas.
Bhavesh Utmani, an IT professional, who is a home chef during the weekends, said, “My parents and I tested positive for Covid-10 last month and were in home quarantine. It was difficult for us to prepare meals, so we hired a tiffin service. However, my parents did not like the food. So, when I recovered, I signed up on the online portal ‘Covid Meals for India’ to offer free meals for Covid patients in isolation and their families.”
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20 years of Observer Food Monthly: recipes from the stars of the future | Chefs

Pamela Yung

Head chef at Flor and Asap Pizza, London

Pamela Yung spent much of last year thinking about how restaurants relate to their communities. “This pandemic showed us how important that is,” she says, explaining that the restaurant where she is head chef, Flor, and its sister restaurant, Lyle’s, both relied heavily on travellers. With Flor out of action to dine in, Yung and its chef-owner, James Lowe, executed one of London’s most successful pivots and opened Asap Pizza, making sourdough bases with heritage wheat. “Now we have people who come every week, even multiple times a week,”

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Chef’s Haven Cafe has closed in Independence Mall off Concord Pike in north Wilmington after a brief run.

The social media announcement noted that the breakfast and lunch spot’s other location in Hockessin remains open.

Last fall, Chef’s Haven took over the former location of De La Coeur Café.

The Hockessin location offers prepared foods in addition to artisan bread, cheeses, and charcuterie.

I Don’t Give a Fork owner moves to the coffee world

I don’t know about you, but I’m going to miss having one of a cheesesteak and mac and cheese sandwiches every once

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