Cooking for One
From weeknight mains and one-pot dishes to soups, sandwiches and salads, and (of course!) desserts, this collection of recipes from our revolutionary best seller Cooking for One encourages customization and improvisation. Your taste, your style, your success. Guaranteed.Jack Bishop, Chief Creative Officer
37 Foolproof recipes
Instead of tediously peeling garlic cloves, microwave them for 15 seconds, and the skins will peel right off.
Keep heads of lettuce fresh by wrapping in moist paper towels in a partially open zipper-lock bag.
Stash vegetable scraps in a zipper-lock bag or storage container in your freezer. Once it’s full, use them to make stock.
Place the other half of your avocado cut side down in lemon water in the fridge to keep it green.