Some say we are what we eat. But have we thought about how we eat? Especially during a pandemic that strongly encourages social distancing? With food being innately social, the way we experience food and sharing it with others has drastically changed. This series highlights the consumption of food during the COVID-19 pandemic as a way to introspectively analyze how we have adapted. It is not meant to promote nor criticize, but rather to observe and contemplate on our own habits.