Arlington Eats: Inside Katie's Quarantine Kitchen
By Office of Communication
Posted on April 09, 2020, April 09, 2020

In this month's edition of Arlington Eats, host Andrew Tanielian takes us inside Katie's Quarantine Kitchen.

Most months, Arlington Eats showcases one of the City's many unique restaurants or food businesses. But as the world practices social distancing, this month's episode features a new kind of food — home cooking. 

Katie Seelye trained at the Culinary Institute of America and now serves as the hospitality manager at First Baptist Church in Downtown Arlington. 

She says she loves being part of the team at her home church and feeding the community. So when she realized she'd be staying home more, she wanted to continue giving back. And that's how her web series was born. 

"My ultimate desire in doing this was just to help people feel comfortable in their own kitchen," Seelye said. 

The videos took off and have been featured in national news broadcasts. 

"It kind of went a little nuts," Seelye said. "I love cooking. It's a stress reliever for me, sometimes. A way to show how you feel about people. So I just hope at least one person feels more confident in their kitchen."

Click here to view Katie's Quarantine Kitchen.

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