In response to the current global pandemic known as COVID-19 or Coronavirus many people have been visiting supermarkets to stock up on grocery items. The go-to food items are typically the ones that have an extended shelf life so we’re talking canned goods, dried foods, grains as well as frozen items. Hopefully you didn’t go out and panic buy, stockpiling toilet. But it would be prudent to stock your pantry with some essential items as we should all be making an effort to lessen the need for public gatherings and do our part as individuals to help lessen the risk contagion. I decided to focus the next couple days on “Quarantine Cooking” to provide assistance to those who may need some ideas or inspiration for their meals. I thought it was only right to start off with the mother of all canned foods here in TT and that is Corned Beef. For many of us, our cooking journey began with making a pot of corned beef and I can say safely that it has been over 20 years since I have made or eaten corned beef so this was truly a blast from the past for me and I tried to keep the recipe as close to how I used to make it twenty years ago.