Chef Starts Home Cooking Hotline After Illinois Closes Restaurants

Chef Sarah Stegner of Prairie Grass Cafe in Evanston started a cooking hotline after Illinois closed restaurants due to COVID-19.

Americans are spending more time cooking at home during the coronavirus pandemic
Jonah Reider prepares dinner at his New York apartment. Mary Altaffer / AP Photo
Americans are spending more time cooking at home during the coronavirus pandemic
Jonah Reider prepares dinner at his New York apartment. Mary Altaffer / AP Photo

Chef Starts Home Cooking Hotline After Illinois Closes Restaurants

Chef Sarah Stegner of Prairie Grass Cafe in Evanston started a cooking hotline after Illinois closed restaurants due to COVID-19.

Chef Sarah Stegner of Prairie Grass Cafe in Evanston started a cooking hotline after Illinois closed restaurants due to COVID-19.

Reset checks in with Stegner about the project and takes listener questions about home cooking live on the air.

GUEST: Sarah Stegner, chef and co-owner of Prairie Grass Cafe in Evanston