With the COVID-19 pandemic growing at an alarming rate it’s a crucial period. We do not have enough information about the disease in order to provide the comfort of those who have passed away.

Eat This, Not That! Eat This, Not That! joined online to share some of the dishes we’d developed during the quarantine to support each other overcome this difficult time.

We’d like to show you our creations and show you how you can make them.

1. Dark Chocolate Chip Banana Nut Bread

“I followed my mom’s recipe. However, I added dark chocolate morsels. Chocolate can make everything taste better. Bake at 350F for approximately 50 minutes. This will make the top slightly crispy, but leave the inside is soft and moist. The chocolate sarma recept kulinarika inside is fantastic. Since there’s nothing better than an ounce of each, I tend to be heavy on the walnuts and chocolate. This bread is warm and delicious.

2. Shakshuka

“I was walking around on a Sunday when I saw my go-to hummus shop set up a market to sell their products, including their delicious fresh pita bread. It left me craving shakshuka. I could have prepared the ETNT version of shakshuka as well as the Italian version egg-in-purgatory, however I chose to make my own from ingredients I had in my pantry as well as fridge.

Sauteed onionsand peppers and garlic. Then, added fire-roasted tomatoes and, finally, four eggs. Breakfast is topped with feta cheese, chopped parsley and pita bread. I kept the pita breads in freezers and then toasted each one as needed.

3. Philly Cheesesteaks

My mom cooked Philly Cheesesteaks with onions and bell peppers. Mama served the potato dish alongside a dish of baked potatoes, which were seasoned with garlic, salt fresh rosemary, salt. I like to dip them in Trader Joe’s organic mustard. To give flavor to my cheesesteak, I added mayonnaise and extra cheese to it. To make the meal even more vibrant, I added strawberries on my plate. Side note: A toasted bun is the most ideal choice.

4. Lentil Soup

“I have enjoyed lentil soup for an afternoon snack while working remotely. It is possible to create it from scratch using the ingredients that you have in your kitchen or purchase it as a pre-made recipe and freeze it. I’m an avid Ina Garten fan. We actually share the same town. Since the beginning of last week, she’s posted recipes on Instagram. Her Stewed Tomatoes & Lentils recipe inspired my version.

5. Egg + Toast and Grits

My husband and I have distinct work schedules. My husband sleeps in his bed at night, while I am up when I start my day. We now can have breakfast with me while I work remotely. We’ll be having bacon, eggs, fruits toast, and, occasionally, grits. While it’s not fancy, it’s an opportunity to be together in a happy environment.