Ask Brad: What does a restaurant critic cook during a pandemic?

The stay-at-home order has forced restaurant critic Brad A. Johnson to spend more time in his kitchen, and he’s sharing a couple of his most cherished comfort food recipes.
Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • April 15, 2020
Q: Hey Brad, what does a food critic cook while sheltering in place?  A: While I still get most of my food from restaurants, I am currently cooking more than usual. I’ve been focusing on things that I can repurpose or freeze and eat again next...
The full article can be read on the Orange County Register website.

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