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It took a pandemic and a societal shutdown — schools moving online, offices forced to telecommute, and restaurants restricted to takeout — for the dying art of home cooking to be resurrected.
It happened one soup pot, macaroni casserole and bread loaf at a time in kitchens across the country, including Utah.
And to whom, in many cases, did these cooks turn for comforting recipes and culinary advice in a time of need?
Some of Utah’s top Latter-day Saint food bloggers.
“I don’t think we’ve ever had a better year on the blog,” said Carrian Cheney. “Our traffic almost quadrupled.”
The popularity of preparing food at home has