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Spring Looks a Little Different This Year

Right now, we're all for finding small moments of joy — one meal at a time. Reworking cherished traditions (virtual brunch, anyone?). Discovering new skills in the kitchen. Connecting with neighbors, friends and family in new ways. Here are five ways to bring spring in.

Grate lemon zest in pasta and tuna salad for brightness. Chopped herbs mixed into softened butter go a long way on bread or melted on chicken cutlets. Quick-pickled onions (cover slices in vinegar for a few minutes) make for extra zippy salads.

When you’re eating at the same table for all your meals, something special matters. Add seltzer, berries or fresh herbs to juice. Schedule themed dinners like “spaghetti western” and have kids craft decorations.

Challenge your family and friends to a virtual frittata-off using ingredients they have in their fridge or freezer. Most innovative combo gets bragging rights and an air hug.

Quick tip for getting the most out of those frozen veggies: They’re best added straight into a hot dish from the freezer. Think adding a handful of frozen spinach to soup. If you’re worried about extra moisture, thaw first and drain well.

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