A character puts (or takes out) some cookies in (from) the oven, which is shaped like a house to represent the time we're spending at home during the pandemic.
A character puts (or takes out) some cookies in (from) the oven, which is shaped like a house to represent the time we're spending at home during the pandemic.

Renee Horton has spent a lot more time than usual in her kitchen this year.

Horton, a NASA engineer from New Orleans, has been working from home almost exclusively since March. With her desk just steps away from her home’s kitchen, she often tries out new vegan recipes and also makes her classic comfort food staples in between video meetings.

For Horton, cooking during the coronavirus pandemic has meant consistency at a time when everything has changed.

“I think I ate chicken and waffles at the beginning because that was, like, my true comfort food,” Horton tells NPR.

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It’s fall, y’all, which means all things apples!

Whether you prefer apple picking, pie baking, noshing on doughnuts, sipping on cider or crunching into a sweet and tart caramel apple, the realm of possibilities for the season’s favorite fruit are endless.

With a vast variety of apple breeds comes ample opportunities for cooking techniques and flavor combinations, which is why “Good Morning America” tapped apple expert Amy Traverso to peel back

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