written by
Danielle Gadus

Staying Home? Get Some Culinary Inspiration from our Chefs

2 min read

What's more heart-warming than creating a meal and sharing it with the ones you love? With many of us staying indoors we want to encourage some creative exploration in working with what you've already got and cooking from home.  

Whether you're a trained professional or a culinary novice, getting creative in the kitchen is a great indoor activity to kill some time. Draw some inspiration for your next cooking adventure from some at home masterpieces from the College Chefs community below!

At Home Culinary Creations

Special Events Coordinator, Chef Liz and daughter Sofia made some strawberry scones at home!

Proving that those of all cooking levels can create something amazing.

Short on Toilet Paper? Sous Chef Crysta at Ole Miss Beta Theta Pi has got you covered! She's been whipping up some AMAZING cakes under quarantine.

Global changes don't have to wreck havoc on your diet. Chef Justin made some keto-friendly Chicken Fajitas at home.

Or you can always use an excuse to indulge... While at home, Chef Summer McLaughlin created Lemon butter pasta w homemade fettuccine and cured egg yolk, fresh fried beignets and Homemade French bread.

Chef Johnita hosted a virtual tea party with 25 of her family members. How's that for staying connected?

We dream of a world where pizza is not defined only by crust, red sauce and cheese, but free to take whatever shape we imagine! Chef Eric Nelson and his son created a delicious fruit pizza at home.

At College Chefs, we've challenged our chefs to have fun with their time at home. During times of social distancing, it's so important to find ways to feel connected. We believe cooking and sharing a meal can be deeply fulfilling. Whether you draw inspiration from one of the creations above or come up with something entirely unique, share your final masterpiece with us! Tag us in your creations on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.