‘Taste of Home’ Releases New Cooking Study

Home cooks have overcome cooking fatigue and are back in their happy place: the kitchen.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has left our everyday lives in a constant state of flux. In a few short years, the ways in which we work, travel and socialize have continued to change. So have our cooking habits, from comfort baking early in 2020 to the cooking fatigue that followed.

When the pandemic entered year three, Taste of Home editors wanted to know people’s newest attitudes toward cooking, cleaning and more, so we asked our newsletter and print subscribers for feedback. Almost 4,000 people, ages 18+, gave us a peek into their lives, explaining how they feel about meal planning, cooking and spending time in their kitchens.

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Download the full white paper to discover more insights about how people cook at home today.