Cooking in company is fun of course but it is not possible to organize family lunches or brunch parties with friends every day. Cooking as a couple is romantic and intriguing, who can deny it, but not everyone has a partner to share the joys of a hot stove with. In brief: what is the best approach to cooking for one person?
We have collected a series of practical suggestions and advice to help singles survive in the kitchen preparing nice meals for one. No more giant helpings, shopping disasters, make-do sofa dinners with a tin of tuna and a couple of breadsticks: this cooking guide for one person will teach you how to cook marvellously if you are on your own.
Recipes in one pot seem to have been invented for singles, don’t they? Here you will find five simple one-pot recipes, complete with quantities and ingredients.
AVOCADO MON AMOUR
Avocado is a super food, as you all know by now. Avocado is delicious, as you have found out for yourselves. But did you know that it is the survival food of any self-respecting single? Here you will find a series of recipes which seem to have been studied especially for people living alone: avocado cake, avocado fries, a flow chart of guacamole and a guide to telling when an avocado is ripe.
Staff shortages are hitting the hospitality sector hard, prompting some restaurants to look outside the industry to train those without restaurant experience for life in the kitchen. Andrew Friedman finds out more.