Going Solo in the Kitchen

Author: Jane Doerfer
Publisher: Knopf
ISBN: 9781101946459
Release Date: 2015-04-14
Genre: Cooking

At last, a practical and persuasive cookbook for anyone living alone--with more than 350 delicious recipes for all occasions--filled with money-saving tips and shortcuts. Here is food that will lure the reluctant single back into the kitchen. Featured in Southern Living magazine.

Cooking for One

Author: Mark Erickson
Publisher: Lebhar-Friedman
ISBN: 0867308222
Release Date: 2011
Genre: Cooking

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Solo Suppers

Author: Joyce Goldstein
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9781452125145
Release Date: 2012-11-02
Genre: Cooking

Most recipes serve four to six people, leaving the solo cook in a predicament. Enter acclaimed cookbook author Joyce Goldstein and her stellar repertoire of meals that are fun for one. From hearty recipes like Spicy Tortilla and Lime Soup and Tuscan Style Rib-Eye Steak with Rosemary and Garlic, to dressed-up salads and seasonal fruit gratins, each dish is designed to serve one in style. Essential tips and techniques offer valuable advice on smart shopping for one and stocking the pantry. Numerous recipe variations take advantage of seasonal ingredients, while an array of sauces can turn that salmon fillet or lamb steak into a gourmet feast. When the good company is your own, Solo Suppers is the way to go.

Serve Yourself

Author: Joe Yonan
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
ISBN: 1607740648
Release Date: 2011-03-29
Genre: Cooking

From the award-winning food editor of The Washington Post comes a cookbook aimed at the food-loving single. Joe Yonan brings together more than 100 inventive, easy-to-make, and globally inspired recipes celebrating solo eating. Dishes like Mushroom and Green Garlic Frittata, Catfish Tacos with Chipotle Slaw, and Smoked Trout, Potato, and Fennel Pizza will add excitement to any repertoire and forever dispel the notion that single life means starving, settling for take-out, or facing a fridge full of monotonous leftovers. Yonan also includes shopping and storage tips for the single-chef household, along with creative ideas for making use of extra ingredients. Serve Yourself makes cooking for one a deeply satisfying, approachable pleasure. And with such delectable meals, your solo status could be threatened if you’re forced to share with others! From the Trade Paperback edition.

40 Days of Dating

Author: Jessica Walsh
Publisher: Abrams
ISBN: 9781613127155
Release Date: 2015-01-20
Genre: Self-Help

When New York–based graphic designers and long-time friends Timothy Goodman and Jessica Walsh found themselves single at the same time, they decided to try an experiment. The old adage says that it takes 40 days to change a habit—could the same be said for love? So they agreed to date each other for 40 days, record their experiences in questionnaires, photographs, videos, texts, and artworks, and post the material on a website they would create for this purpose. What began as a small experiment between two friends became an Internet sensation, drawing 5 million unique (and obsessed) visitors from around the globe to their site and their story since it was launched in July 2013. 40 Days of Dating: An Experiment is a beautifully designed, expanded look at the experiment and the results, including a great deal of material that never made it onto the site, such as who they were as friends and individuals before the 40 days and who they have become since. Note: 40 Days of Dating has a special binding that allows it to open very flat by attaching the endpapers to the inside covers.

Women s Health Healthy Meals for One or Two Cookbook

Author: Editors of Women's Health
Publisher: Rodale Books
ISBN: 9781635650860
Release Date: 2018-01-23
Genre: Cooking

Take care of your taste buds, your wallet, and your health by prepping and cooking your way to healthy eating every day of the week with a cookbook designed with just one (or two) diners in mind! In the US, we eat nearly half of our meals as a party of one, with only the TV or social media followers for company. But with The Women's Health Healthy Meals for One (or Two) Cookbook, you don't have to wait until you have 2.5 kids and a spouse around the dining table to prepare simple, fresh, and nutritious meals that taste as good as they are for your health. So step away from the microwave, ditch the delivery, and get cooking! This book is filled with inventive recipes that you can make ahead, pull together on a minute’s notice, or take your time to create, all for the most important person in your life: you. With shopping guides, meal-prep plans for every type of week, a kitchen tool guide, tips for a well-stocked pantry, and advice for making leftovers seem new, The Women's Health Healthy Meals for One (or Two) Cookbook is not just a cookbook: it’s your new cooking bible. So whether you are prepping quick batches of grab-and-go meals for a hectic workweek or sipping rosé with a date as you create an impressive dish from scratch to eat together, you have found your indispensable guide for simple, portioned-out, healthful eats you can make yourself.

Cooking Solo

Author: Klancy Miller
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780544176508
Release Date: 2016-03-08
Genre: Cooking

100 delicious recipes to make meals for yourself with style, sophistication, and the occasional indulgence At a time when 31 million American adults live alone, Klancy Miller is here to show that cooking for one is something to embrace. While making single servings from other cookbooks means scaling down ingredients, adjusting cooking times, or being stuck with leftovers, Cooking Solo gives readers just what they need to make a delicious meal—all for themselves. Among the few other “cooking for one” books, this is the first by a hip young woman, whose vibrance and enthusiasm for cooking for herself comes through in the 100 attractive recipes like Tahitian Noodle Sandwich, Smoked Duck Breast Salad, Spicy Pork Burger with Coconut, and Mackerel with Lemon and Capers. Klancy also includes a chapter on entertaining at home, because being single still means having fun with friends.

The Single Guy Cookbook

Author: Avi Shemtov
Publisher: Page Street Publishing
ISBN: 9781624141249
Release Date: 2015-07-28
Genre: Cooking

There comes a time in every man's life where he has to step away from the microwave. With the help of Avi's man-centric recipes, techniques and commentary, you'll build confidence in the kitchen—and you'll have some pretty amazing meals to show for it. Recipes are geared toward goals like cooking the perfect burger, using leftovers to make a gourmet meal that'll wow your family, impressing a date, saving money, feeding the guys on game day, and most importantly, just flat out making an easy, hardy meal you can sit down and enjoy alone. Recipes include Sizzling Skillet Steak with Twice Baked Potato, Kickass Fish Tacos and Mind-Blowing Meatballs with Ziti. With The Single Guy Cookbook, you'll make delicious and awe-inspiring dishes that you'll be proud to place in front of any person who enters your man cave.

Cooking for One

Author: Sarah Peterson
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1515054306
Release Date: 2015-07-13
Genre:

Enjoy 365 Days of Meals For One, Making Cooking For One Simple & Easy Cooking for One: 365 Recipes For One, Quick and Easy Recipes offers you easy-to-make recipes that you can prepare at your own kitchen using variety of ingredients. Whether you're a newbie or a pro in the kitchen, this book will harness your culinary skills and master the art of cooking while you indulge in finger-licking goodness for a whole year! Savor your 365 indulging recipes today and Purchase Cooking for One: 365 Recipes For One, Quick and Easy Recipes NOW! This book includes: *Cooking For 2 Breakfast Recipes *Cooking For One Soup & Stew Recipes *Cooking For One Slow Cooker Recipes *Cooking For One Casseroles So what are you waiting for? Purchase Now and start cooking by Scrolling Up and Clicking the Buy Button

Recipes for Disaster

Author: CrimeInc Worker's Collective
Publisher: CrimethInc. Collective
ISBN: 9780970910141
Release Date: 2005
Genre: Political Science

Beautifully designed A-Z of the totality of revolutionary politics. This brand new Crimethinc book is the action guide - the direct action guide. From affinity groups to wheatpasting, coalition building, hijacking events, mental health, pie-throwing, shoplifting, stenciling, supporting survivors of domestic violence, surviving a felony trial, torches, and whole bunch more. Incredible design, and lots of graphics give it that hip situ feel. Loads to read, to think about, and to do. At 650 pages, you could always throw the damn book at a suitable target. What are you waiting for?

Cooking for One Cookbook

Author: Pauline Ferndale
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1519610998
Release Date: 2016-02-19
Genre:

Loaded With Delicious, Healthy, Quick 'N' Easy Recipes For YOU Time poor? Looking for recipes that're easy and efficient to make while also maintaining a budget? Well, you've come to the right place! Here's A Preview Of What The Cooking For One Cookbook Contains... An introduction to cooking for one Why you should cook for yourself explained Delicious, easy to make coffee cup recipes for one Mouth watering breakfast burrito recipes for one One pot lunch recipes that won't break the bank! Scrumptious one pot dinner recipes that'll treat your tastebuds And much, much more! You'll Be Cooking Amazing One Pot Meals Including... Mediterranean Omelet Coffee Cup Quiches Easy Brocolli Casserole Bistro Bacon Salad And HEAPS more So what're you waiting for? These amazing meals that're actually enjoyable to eat while saving yourself time and money during the preparation process are only moments away.

Broken Genius

Author: Joel N. Shurkin
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 0230552293
Release Date: 2006-06-13
Genre: History

When William Shockley invented the transistor, the world was changed forever and he was awarded the Nobel Prize. But today Shockley is often remembered only for his incendiary campaigning about race, intelligence, and genetics. His dubious research led him to donate to the Nobel Prize sperm bank and preach his inflammatory ideas widely, making shocking pronouncements on the uselessness of remedial education and the sterilization of individuals with IQs below 100. Ultimately his crusade destroyed his reputation and saw him vilified on national television, yet he died proclaiming his work on race as his greatest accomplishment. Now, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Joel N. Shurkin offers the first biography of this contradictory and controversial man. With unique access to the private Shockley archives, Shurkin gives an unflinching account of how such promise ended in such ignominy.

Acupressure s Potent Points

Author: Michael Reed Gach, PhD
Publisher: Bantam
ISBN: 9780307794031
Release Date: 2011-11-09
Genre: Health & Fitness

With your hands you have potential to relieve everyday aches, pains and ailments without taking drugs, to improve your health, and to increase your vitality. Acupressure is an ancient healing art that uses the fingers to stimulate key points on the skin that, in turn, activate the body's natural self-healing processes. With this book, it is a skill you can learn now--and use in your own home. In Acupressure's Potent Points, Michael Reed Gach, founder and director of the Acupressure Institute of America, reveals simple techniques that enable you to relieve headaches, arthritis, colds and flu, insomnia, backaches, hiccups, leg pain, hot flashes, depression, and more--using the power and sensitivity of your own hands. This practical guide covers more than forty ailments and symptoms, from allergies to wrist pain, providing pressure-point maps and exercises to relieve pain and restore function. Acupressure complements conventional medical care, and enables you to take a vital role in becoming well and staying well. With this book you can turn your hands into healing tools--and start feeling good now. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The World Peace Diet

Author: Will Tuttle
Publisher: Lantern Books
ISBN: 9781590561300
Release Date: 2007
Genre: Diet

Incorporating systems theory, teachings from mythology and religions, and the human sciences, The World Peace Diet presents the outlines of a more empowering understanding of our world, based on a comprehension of the far-reaching implications of our food choices and the worldview those choices reflect and mandate. The author offers a set of universal principles for all people of conscience, from any religious tradition, that they can follow to reconnect with what we are eating, what was required to get it on our plate, and what happens after it leaves our plates.

Crescendo of the Virtuoso

Author: Paul Metzner
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520206843
Release Date: 1998
Genre: History

During the Age of Revolution, Paris came alive with wildly popular virtuoso performances. Whether the performers were musicians or chefs, chess players or detectives, these virtuosos transformed their technical skills into dramatic spectacles, presenting the marvelous and the outr for spellbound audiences. Who these characters were, how they attained their fame, and why Paris became the focal point of their activities is the subject of Paul Metzner's absorbing study. Covering the years 1775 to 1850, Metzner describes the careers of a handful of virtuosos: chess masters who played several games at once; a chef who sculpted hundreds of four-foot-tall architectural fantasies in sugar; the first police detective, whose memoirs inspired the invention of the detective story; a violinist who played whole pieces on a single string. He examines these virtuosos as a group in the context of the society that was then the capital of Western civilization. During the Age of Revolution, Paris came alive with wildly popular virtuoso performances. Whether the performers were musicians or chefs, chess players or detectives, these virtuosos transformed their technical skills into dramatic spectacles, presenting the marvelous and the outr for spellbound audiences. Who these characters were, how they attained their fame, and why Paris became the focal point of their activities is the subject of Paul Metzner's absorbing study. Covering the years 1775 to 1850, Metzner describes the careers of a handful of virtuosos: chess masters who played several games at once; a chef who sculpted hundreds of four-foot-tall architectural fantasies in sugar; the first police detective, whose memoirs inspired the invention of the detective story; a violinist who played whole pieces on a single string. He examines these virtuosos as a group in the context of the society that was then the capital of Western civilization.