A Social Distancing Survival Guide : It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders It's hard being isolated from jobs, friends and family. So Sam is changing up this week's show with guests who have ideas on how to cope with the quarantine. Superstar chef Samin Nosrat of Netflix's "Salt Fat Acid Heat" and Tucker Shaw of "America's Test Kitchen" talk about cooking for neighbors, helping laid-off restaurant workers, and making better meals out of the stuff you've got at hand. Comedian Iliza Schlesinger talks about what she's getting done during her time at home, and we hear from a Stanford psychologist about creating "distant socializing" to keep ourselves connected.
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Special Episode: A Social Distancing Survival Guide

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Special Episode: A Social Distancing Survival Guide

Special Episode: A Social Distancing Survival Guide

Special Episode: A Social Distancing Survival Guide

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It's hard being isolated from jobs, friends and family. So Sam is changing up this week's show with guests who have ideas on how to cope with coronavirus and quarantine. Superstar chef Samin Nosrat of Netflix's "Salt Fat Acid Heat" and Tucker Shaw of "America's Test Kitchen" talk about cooking for neighbors, helping laid-off restaurant workers, and making better meals out of the stuff you've got at hand. Comedian Iliza Schlesinger talks about what she's getting done during her time at home, and we hear from a Stanford psychologist about creating "distant socializing" to keep ourselves connected.

'It's Been a Minute' is produced by Jinae West, Anjuli Sastry, and Andrea Gutierrez. Our editor is Kitty Eisele. Our intern is Hafsa Fathima. Our director of programming is Steve Nelson. You can follow us on Twitter @NPRItsBeenAMin.