When committing to learning a new skill during this time, you’re best served by starting small. Ocean Hill Chef Tim Meyers is here for you, with a new video series offering food and drink tutorials, kicking it off with a mini-lesson on how to free your bivalve from its mortal coil.
Trying to figure out what the hell to do with all those beans you stockpiled? Clover founder Ayr Muir has launched a new livestreamed cooking show, airing Monday through Friday at 3pm, in which he takes you through simple recipes requiring just a few ingredients. Today? Boston baked beans. And if you miss any demo when it’s live, you can always just watch it later on Ayr’s YouTube channel.
Imagine shimmying your ass off without ever having to leave your bedroom (or, you know, having to change out of your PJs). But Friday night, you can dance like no one’s watching with DJ Tony Clarke for Mémoire starting (and someday, don’t forget, you’ll actually get back to the real Encore Boston Harbor).
It’s like a little slice of normalcy. Head to either Brato Brewhouse & Kitchen or Bone Up Brewing on Saturday to grab a meal kit with 10 incrementally hot items (wings for some, cauliflower wings for the veggie-inclined) along with 10 different hot sauces, then join the virtual Zoom hangout (link provided upon purchase) to work your way through the sweatiness. Huge bonus: Retail beer is available for purchase at both spots.
With all the overwhelming news conferences rolling out, this is a Facebook Live event you can truly get behind. Learn about the history of chocolate-making in Massachusetts during a pure, Sunday afternoon educational event that’ll make it hit your chocolate reserves right after.