Closed restaurants, grocery shelves emptied of flour and yeast, and holiday meals eaten in isolation were among the first impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. As the novel coronavirus reshapes our world, we continue to develop new ways of accommodating and resisting it at the dining table and in the kitchen.
COVID-19 has deeply disrupted the ways we make, consume, and think about food. This site creates an archive of how we ate during the pandemic. What have you eaten during COVID-19, and where, and with whom? What foods and recipes do you return to, and what are you sick of? How did you feed yourself during the early lockdowns, and how are you eating now?