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Cooking for One: A Seasonal Guide to the Pleasure of Preparing Delicious Meals for Yourself [Paperback]

The Culinary Institute of America , Mark Erickson , Lisa Erickson
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April 16 2011
Chefs Mark and Lisa Erickson utilize their CIA training and life experiences to create delicious and healthy single serving recipes. A variety of flavors, easy to follow preparation instructions, and ingredient substitutions make Cooking for One a valuable resource you'll turn to again and again. Living apart during the weekdays, Mark and Lisa share their menu planning and shopping tips along with more than 125 delicious recipes from main meals to side dishes and even desserts. You'll also find his and hers versions of several recipes.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My New Favourite Cookbook Dec 31 2011
Format:Paperback
I love this cookbook! Every recipe I've made so far has turned out beautifully. I feel like I'm spoiling myself eating such wonderful food, but its all very healthy and nutritious. The flavour combinations are interesting yet well-balanced. I especially appreciate the comments and suggestions from the authors included with each recipe.

My favourites include:
* Stracciatella
* Grilled Pancetta-wrapped Shrimp with Meyer Lemon Relish
* Middle Eastern Carrots
* Chicken with Apples and Prunes
* Buffalo Salisbury Steak
* Fried Shallots
* Baked Apple with Oatmeal Crunch.

I feel like this cookbook has really helped to make me a better cook. I bought it hoping to find some great recipes for one, without having to eat leftovers for a week, or get out a calculator and try to figure out how to decrease a recipe so that it only makes one or two servings. It's a little ironic that I am still doing the math, only now I'm doubling recipes so that I can serve these fabulous meals to family and friends.

I hope these two are already working on their next cookbook!

Laura G.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good sample of recipes May 2 2014
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If you want to make yourself a good dinner but not eat it for the rest of the week, this is a good book to have. I like that it is per season and what is available then.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not very practical. April 28 2014
By Franmar
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It seems that many of the recipes are scaled down from larger quantities and call for items which cannot be bought in in the amounts called for, such as 1/2 a leek, with no suggestion as to what to do with the other half. Similarly, one recipe calls for a teaspoon of chutney with no other reference to chutney. Tiny quantities of other ingredients in 1/4 tsp. and similar amounts are impractical.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars Sept. 27 2014
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I bought this book for my 89 year old widowed mother. She is enjoying making the recipes.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Browse thru the book. June 9 2013
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I look thru the book, I did not get the chance to use it. I will get get on later in the future, also the same on the other two books thanks. John
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