Plus: Costco’s new policy on face masks, a sweet video about the good things happening in the food industry, and Nancy Meyer’s gorgeous real-life kitchen.
Don’t know what to make for dinner this weekend? Now you do. Because we can’t gather with many of our loved ones right now, Samin Nosrat decided to do the next best thing. She’s inviting everyone to make lasagna with her this Sunday on Instagram! Grab your favorite recipe and set your calendars. [New York Times]
Starting Monday May 4, every Costco shopper will be required to wear a face mask. In an announcement made on Wednesday, Costco said that the face masks were not a substitute for social distancing, and that they must be worn “at all times” when in the store. The exception to this rule is patrons under the age of 2, and anyone who can’t wear a mask due to a medical condition. [CNN]
On John Krasinski’s new YouTube channel, “Some Good News,” he shares, well, good news! And the latest episode is about all the good things happening in the food industry. Krasinski mentions Guy Fieri and José Andrés’ work with restaurant workers. And he also talks about Joy Huang, a woman who baked 500 cookies for healthcare workers. If you need a pick-me-up, this is a must-watch. [Time]
Nancy Meyers, the filmmaker behind heart-warming movies like It’s Complicated and Something’s Gotta Give, is known for all the gorgeous kitchens she has in her movies. And last week on Instagram she showed off her own kitchen! Let’s just say we now know where she gets her inspiration. [Apartment Therapy]
Last week, Saturday Night Live did a skit about the items no one ever buys at the supermarket — even during the pandemic. The list included things like Hawaiian pizza, mint Pringles and “Boy Scout Cookies.” It’s just hilarious. [TODAY]
While many grocery stores around the country are pivoting to curbside pickup and delivery, Trader Joe’s has decided to focus energy elsewhere. In a recent episode of their podcast, a Trader Joe’s marketing executives say that shifting to delivery would require a tremendous amount of resources and they would rather focus on something else — their employees. [Food & Wine]