After having emptied the dishwasher for the umpteenth time and having cooked meals every single day these past few months, you’ve likely come to the realization that the kitchen is the heart of the home...and that it’s not quite optimal. Those who cook often know: When you’re organized and your space has been properly designed, everything is better!
At RICARDO, we believe that cooking is the perfect activity for the next few days at home (along with taking healthy walks in between recipes!). Most restaurants are closed, so there’s no better time to develop a new skill, like baking. Are the kids home? If so, great! You’ll have more hands to help. Here are 8 project ideas that will keep you, your little ones and your mind occupied.
They say that the best way to limit the spread of a virus is through quarantine. For those who have to stay at home due to a contracting or transmitting risk, or for those who have to work from home because of school and daycare closures, here are some recommendations on how to make your place a base camp for the next two weeks.
The wines from Spain are similar to the country: colourful, varied and festive. As soon as you take your first sip, you’ll discover why they’re so well loved. And thanks to regional, native grape varieties, Spanish cuvées always surprise—especially at the table, where they go perfectly with local cuisine. Read on to find out more. ¡Olé!