What: Social graphics you can share to help people figure out what to make for dinner, especially when we’re all going to the grocery store far less often due to the stay-at-home order. We focused on just a few basic ingredients to create dishes for meat-eaters, vegetarians, even those who want to try their hand at bread making.
How This Is Used: Because of the current situation, people are cooking and eating at home more—relying on pantry staples and simple ingredients instead of making frequent runs to the grocery store. Sharing these recipe graphics will help your people stay at home while turning everyday ingredients into delicious meals.
How to Access:
- Download the zip file, locate it on your computer, then unzip it by double-clicking. Next, upload the images into an Instagram or Facebook post in order of their file name numbers (make sure you include all 8 in your post).
- Include a message such as: Pantry full of staples and no idea what to do with them? Check out these great recipes that use just a few ingredients you likely already have on hand. Stay home, stay safe and enjoy a great meal!
Did You Know? The “Ice Cream in a Bag” recipe works because adding salt to the ice lowers the melting point of the ice, just like it does when we add salt to roads in the winter. In order for the ice to melt, however, it has to absorb heat from its surroundings like the half-and-half in the bag. As the ice pulls the heat away from it, the half-and-half freezes into ice cream.