an update

Dear friends,

If you follow me on Instagram, you already know that I’ve been spending the last few days thinking about COVID-19 and how I can better serve you during these uncertain times. After receiving invaluable feedback, messages, and requests from so many of you, I’ve decided to pause my regular content in this space. I’ll instead focus on the following topics on Instagram and Instagram Stories:

  1. How to Build the Ultimate Baker’s Pantry
    I’ll focus on building a pantry to minimize trips to the grocery store, one that’s robust enough to keep yourself busy and engaged with several baking projects while social distancing.
  2. Small Batch Baking Recipes with Servings for 2 to 4 People
    Many baking recipes are made to share between 6 to 8 people; however, with so many of us staying at home and social distancing, those excess portions will easily go to waste. I’ll showcase some small batch recipes from my book, as well as share tips and tricks on how to freeze other baked goods to make and share for later.
  3. Baking Recipes Without Eggs And Other Ingredients That Are Hard to Find Right Now
    Because people are terrible, many folks (including myself) have seen shortages of ingredients and empty rows of shelves at our local supermarkets. The most common shortage is eggs—I’ll share some of my favorite eggless baking recipes via Instagram Story tutorials, as well as discuss common baking substitutions to make what you already have in your pantry work. 

I’ve decided to focus primarily on Instagram because it’s a way to reach many more of you quickly and urgently. And although it can feel silly to Instagram in such critical times, I’m continuing to share my work because I’m hoping that the posts will prevent you from going stir-crazy at home, and remind you that we’re all in this together.

For more on my thoughts on everything, please follow me on Instagram and check out the Instagram Story highlight titled “covid updates” saved on my profile. Thank you for being here; please stay healthy and be safe.

With love,
Michelle

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