With millions of Americans hunkered down in their homes doing most of their own cooking, the coronavirus crisis is giving us a chance to change how we eat.
I had begun cooking a lot more last year when I lost my journalism job in New York City and began free-lancing part time from home, but my wife and I would still go out to eat a couple of times a week. I would try to be good, but often ended up eating a steak or a hamburger.
No longer. With the coronavirus lockdown, Clarissa and I are eating all our meals at home. We want to stay as healthy as possible. No one wants to get sick in the middle of a health crisis.