What are chefs with Michelin restaurants doing during these times of temporary closure and/or lockdown? Some, including the following four, are continuing to cook from their home kitchens for a global audience, producing Instagram content designed to inspire. Noted Italian chef, Massimo Bottura is the chef patron of Osteria Francescana, a three-star restaurant in Modena in Italy, consistently listed in the top five of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards. Caviar and champagne: The Peninsula’s Michelin-star Gaddi’s restaurant View this post on Instagram Hey All, here are a couple clips from last nights dinner - we had a first and second course and finished with dessert! See you all tonight for the second edition of Cena Degli Avanzi - Leftover Night!! Tune in at 8pm CET for #kitchenquarantine • Stay Safe and Stay Tuned! • Thank you again: @franceschetta58 @mymenu.it A post shared by Massimo Bottura (@massimobottura) on Mar 28, 2020 at 8:33am PDT Currently under lockdown with his immediate family he has created Kitchen Quarantine @massimobottura, via stories, IGTV and general posts. Every night in Italy the chef goes live, filmed by his daughter, preparing dinner for his family, with his wife and son also on screen. It is a fly-on-the-wall view of an upbeat and relaxed Bottura family at home with a warmth that almost makes the viewer feel like a guest for dinner. As these are real family meals, not Michelin-star meals, the dishes are designed to be achievable for all, using ingredients that are easily accessible, for tasty homestyle dishes. His repertoire is international and he has previously made Thai vegetable curry, vegetable medley with couscous, Parmesan tortellini, fusilli with pesto and burgers – all with his own professional twists or tips. Rich heritage and an authentic Chinese menu at Michelin-star Ming Court Followers also send in questions about dishes, ingredients or techniques and Bottura sits down post-show to answer them via video posts. Information is mostly in English, with any Italian translated. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Giancarlo Perbellini (@chef_giancarloperbellini) on Mar 20, 2020 at 7:21am PDT He has recently been joined by chef Giancarlo Perbellini of two Michelin-star restaurant Casa Perbellini in Verona, Italy. Perbellini focuses on Italian cuisine recipes, either traditional family fare or classics with a twist on his account @chef_giancarloperbellini. While videos are in Italian, there is plenty of visual inspiration. How top chefs get Michelin-star-quality dinner ready for 500 people View this post on Instagram QUICK CHICKEN-RED WINE STEW: 1/ Sauté in hot pan w a bit of vege oil chicken thighs on both sides skin first 2/remove from pan & cook to tender lardons,onion,carrot,garlic,button mushroom 3/add few pinches of flour 4/add Brandy (optional) & stir 5/Add chicken back into pot, cover completely with 1 bottle of red wine & water..Let simmer ...for +-45 minutes or until the sauce thickens 6/ boil some baby potatoes 7/ when tender, peel potatoes and check chicken for doneness... insert thin blade in meat ... if blade comes out easily, the chicken is cooked 8/taste and adjust seasoning 9/serve and ENJOY! A post shared by Eric Ripert (@ericripert) on Mar 30, 2020 at 10:46am PDT Eric Ripert of three-star Le Bernardin in New York is another. Ripert prepares simple, appealing dishes @ericripert through video posts (complete with music playing in the background) and written recipes and instructions. Dishes include chicken and red wine stew, rösti and eggs, butternut squash soup and “super easy” cheese tortellini with meat sauce – all featuring common ingredients. How Phuket’s Michelin-starred PRU has opened our eyes View this post on Instagram Pork and chicken casserole A post shared by Jason Atherton (@_jasonatherton) on Mar 31, 2020 at 12:29pm PDT Meanwhile, Jason Atherton of one-star Pollen Street Social in London is creating dishes @_jasonatherton through a series he is calling “Kitchen Social Isolation”. Casually dressed, he takes a relaxed approach as he prepares themed meals such as veggie night, Ibiza night and Filipino night. He also shares posts on tips and professional tricks on how best to manage and stretch what’s in the fridge. Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .