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KUOW home chefs are cooking through the crisis

We asked and you responded.

KUOW food reporter Ruby de Luna and arts and culture reporter Marcie Sillman wondered what recipes you’ve turned to for comfort during the coronavirus crisis. Marcie is a stress baker; Ruby reached back to her Taiwanese/Filipino childhood for the recipes she loves.

We wanted to know how cooking or baking is helping you cope, so we posted our food photos on the KUOW Facebook page and asked you to join us.

Wow, we got a deluge of responses!

More than 60 of you sent us photos of amazing kitchen creations: a magazine-cover worthy sourdough bread, from Kirsten Collins.

Sourdough bread
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Credit: Kirsten Collins

Kim Jung made a mouth-watering Korean spicy pork Bulgogi and Dduck-Bbok gi, or rice noodles.

Korean spicy pork Bulgogi and Dduck-Bbok gi, or rice noodles.
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Credit: Kim Jung

Lynn Nimtz contributed Kahuku garlic shrimp with macaroni salad on the side.

Kahuku garlic shrimp with a side of Macaroni Salad.
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Credit: Lynn Nimtz

These empanadas from Leonie Roblin’s kitchen definitely could satisfy both the need to stress bake and a yen for savory comfort food.

Empanadas
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Credit: Leonie Roblin

We received lasagna beauty shots, breads galore, and this contribution from Chris Sleipnes Onishi for Peruvian pork stew, created from pantry staples and some online sleuthing to figure out what to do with them.

Peruvian pork stew
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Credit: Chris Sleipnes Onishi

The McCorkle family sent us several recipes (thanks!) from Irish soda bread, to a Dutch Baby/German apple pancake, to a delicious chowder. A big shout out to Meghan McCorkle, a senior at Pitzer College who's finishing her last year studying remotely, and baking with her parents.

caption: enjoy the McCorkle family soda bread
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enjoy the McCorkle family soda bread
Credit: photo courtesty McCorkle family

Thanks so much, and stay in touch. Send us recipes, your favorite film or music, or the title of a good book that’s saving your sanity.