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Long without history. Florence Pugh returned on January 28 with a new episode of her irregularly scheduled Instagram Story cooking show, Cooking with Flo. “First of all, I’m sorry it took so long,” she said. “Second, I’m so happy to be back.” This time the don’t worry darling The star balanced her phone on some avocados and filmed herself making zucchini, which are noodles made from zucchini (known on this side of the pond as zucchini). Rocking to music in his kitchen with a glass of wine, Pugh explained that the recipe involved a “spicy fresh vegetable and tomato sauce”.
As she started cooking, she said she could feel 2022 would be a good year “in the energy, in the atmosphere”. When she forgot to add salami when she intended to, her optimism did not waver. “It’s the best thing about one-pot cooking,” Pugh said, managing to turn the error into philosophical advice. “Sometimes you have to use two pots. Sometimes you screw up, and then you just have to fix it. And everything is fine, and everything is easy. As always, Pugh acted like she was chopping, peeling and talking to her viewers in real time. “I don’t do Instagram Live,” she explained, adding that she didn’t know how to use the live-streaming feature and was “shit” when she tried to use it. For her, Instagram stories are “much more chaotic in a very entertaining way.” Click through to Pugh’s Kitchen Mayhem on Instagram now.