With all this increased at-home time, tell us: Have you mastered a new recipe?

Did you master baking bread during quarantine? (Pexels.)

We all had to get creative at the beginning of quarantine when restaurants and bars suddenly closed to help slow the spread of COVID-19, and, for some people, that meant going from a newbie in the kitchen to mastering recipes.

And it wasn’t just new dinners people were trying out.

Baking became huge during quarantine, with people making banana bread and cakes (because this is the easiest stuff to make) and even trying some more challenging recipes, like for homemade bread and pies.

So, if you tried a new recipe (or maybe even a few) over the past year or so -- and you’re super proud of the outcome, tell us about it!

Where did you get the recipe? Did your family like it? Did you make it again? Do you have a new love for cooking and baking?

Share a photo of what you made and it might even show up in a future “Something Good” segment. Thank you!

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About the Author:

Jack is a Digital Content Editor with a degree in creative writing and French from Western Michigan University. He specializes in writing about movies, food and the latest TV shows.