You may already know about Spotify’s New Music Fridays, but Pinterest is coming in hot with a weekly Thursday drop of new recipes and video lessons from top chefs, called Chefs at Home. The social media site has long been a popular destination for recipe inspo, but now it’ll be collecting and curating the best of summer cooking in a quarantine-inspired collection of exclusive pins chock full of recipes and how-to videos

#BLMThe Hidden History of Black Chefs in the White HouseThe culinary spotlight will feature 70 recipes created by over 30 of the brightest stars in cooking, including prominent Black chefs Kwame Onwuachi and Tanya Holland and Food Network stars Giada de Laurentiis and Andrew Zimmern. Recipes will be a mix of restaurant staples plucked from the minds of these celeb chefs, along with quick and simple creations they generally make at home. Some pins will outline general home cooking tips on stocking your pantry, organizing your kitchen, or a quickie video on making breadcrumbs. 

The Chefs at Home board has already racked up over a million followers and features perfect summer dishes like Kwame Onwuachi’s chickpea tagine and useful intel like Tanya Holland’s tips for before you cook (my favorite of which is “don’t cook on the same day you shop—too exhausting.” I totally agree: Make someone else cook). Other recipes we can’t wait to try include Adrienne Cheatham’s salmon skin chicharrones and Anita Lo’s Chinese pork dumplings

Related Reading: The Ultimate Summer Staycation Guide

As part of the program, Pinterest will also be donating $300,000 to Restaurant Employees Relief Fund (RERF) and Relief Opportunities for All Restaurants (ROAR).

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