“Cooking for yourself is both fun and immensely liberating,” without the need for chit-chat and showmanship, says author Signe Johansen. This practical, pragmatic book gives guidance on what the solo cook needs as storecupboard staples and kitchen kit, to turn out simple but satisfying weeknight suppers, one-pan suppers, light bites – and some wonderfully indulgent desserts too (and why not when you’re dining solo?).
Many of us cook for one on a regular basis – isn't it time we became more selfish in the kitchen? Celebrating the joy of self-reliance and self-sufficiency, Signe Johansen, author of How to Hygge, shares eighty fabulous recipes for happy solo cooking. Beautifully photographed and designed, the cookbook includes a range of tasty and uncomplicated no-cook fast food and one-pot dishes to transform your daily routine. Signe shows how to make big batch recipes that you can reinvent and enjoy throughout the week. There's also a chapter with more adventurous recipes for when time is on your side.