Cooking For One: Tips, Recipes, and Thoughts for the Solo Cook

Cooking For One: Tips, Recipes, and Thoughts for the Solo Cook

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Dec 29, 2012
Cooking for one? We know that it takes a little extra creativity and motivation sometimes to create a tasty dinner just for yourself. Take heart with our tips and recipes for the solo cook, including how to get your cooking mojo back, tips for a better solo lunch, and thoughts on the perfect dinner for one. TOP ROW • 1 Tips for a Better Solo Lunch • 2 Four Basic Challenges in Cooking for One: And Four Simple Solutions • 3 7 Ways to Get Your Cooking Mojo Back • 4 Cooking for One: Eggs for Dinner • 5 When Eating Alone is Lonely SECOND ROW • 6 Living Alone with a Dishwasher • 7 Keeping Sweets in the House • 8 The Solo Picnic • 9 Cooking for One? Make a Big Pot of Rice • 10 Why Bother Cooking Just For Yourself? THIRD ROW • 11 Onion Strategies in the Single Kitchen • 12 The Toaster Oven in the Solo Kitchen • 13 A Single Jar of Refrigerator Jam • 14 For the Love of Smoked Salmon • 15 Revisiting the Violet Hour as Alone Time BOTTOM ROW • 16 How to Cope with a Big Loaf of Bread When Dining Alone • 17 A Big Pot of Delicious Soup (For One): 7 Soup Tips for Solo Cooks • 18 One Woman, One Rotisserie Chicken, and Five Days: A Menu Plan • 19 A Few Good Sauces for the Solo Cook • 20 An Omelet and a Glass of Wine: Some Thoughts on the Perfect Dinner for One
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