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Too often, cooking and eating alone translates to cheese on toast eaten over the sink, frozen burritos, or just the same bowl of cereal every Tuesday night. Break out of your habits by learning new skills and trying flavorful fresh recipes like:

Creamy Buckwheat with BerriesWarm Lentil Artichoke SaladRoasted Red Pepper SpreadPlum Duck BreastSpicy Cabbage and Tofu with Noodles
Intuitive and straightforward, every section of this book is designed for the single cook with limited time and resources. Tips and general information guide the cook through basics like how to how to boil an egg and make rice, while more substantial nutrition information guides the reader to healthy choices. Stephanie has used her research background to both create great recipes and also present readily understood tips and guidelines for positively changing your diet by eating more fruits and vegetables. Enjoy them knowing that the recipes are full of healthy fats, fruits, vegetables, and whole grains!

Product Details

  • Paperback: 114 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (August 17, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 146369072X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1463690724
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 0.3 x 9.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.1 ounces

Customer Reviews

How to Eat Well in a Small Kitchen

82 helpful votes
 on September 30, 2011
By runnerbee
There are several factors that have kept me from being a regular-basis cook. One is the tiny sliver of counter space, usually taken up by mail, keys and iPods. Another is the plethora of better-tasting delivery options within easy proximity. Lack of organization, time, know-how, motivation, confidence, and a dishwasher have also played their part.

A very useful cookbook for the single person

1 helpful vote
 on May 1, 2017
By AvidSciFiReader
I wish I had bought this book sooner.

Not Just for Singletons

17 helpful votes
 on March 23, 2012
By foreside farm
I just finished looking through, “One Bowl: Simple Healthy Recipes for One” and have to say that I loved pretty much everything about it. There is a lot of great information in this book. The recipes are primarily vegetarian, but the author makes an effort to let you know how to make them vegan or soy or gluten free if that is what you are striving for. There is a short section on Meat and Fish (by my count 8 of the 60 recipes. The veggie recipes are the ones that really inspired me (Algerian Carrots and Chickpeas is top on my list) because that is what I’m most interested in right now. In her introduction the author states that most of her recipes are plant based and that she avoids industrially raised livestock, a sentiment I identify with. Not only does the author introduce the book well, but she presents her qualifications (something sadly lacking in many cookbooks). Another thing I enjoyed about this book was that it was well organized, thoughtful and included many interesting recipes. Also, an interactive table of contents (at the end of the book) and links within the book (for instance, when peanut sauce is mentioned as an ingredient in a recipe, there is a link back to the recipe for peanut sauce). The only thing I would add would be pictures. While I think it’s great that these recipes are geared for singletons, I can easily see myself making extra and using them as part of my family’s dinner.

As simple and lovely as dinner for one should be

1 helpful vote
 on October 31, 2015
By Mary Mangan
This book was exactly what I was looking for. There’s no preachiness and no unnecessary complexities. The author offers helpful insights to everything from stocking your kitchen and pantry to pairing common herbs and spices with common foods. The recipes are straightforward and yield delicious meals, from a variety of styles. There are helpful possible modifications to meet one’s preferences. There’s room around the text to make notes.

Great!

5 helpful votes
 on April 26, 2013
By Molly S.
This book is wonderful. My favorite recipe so far is the Creamy Cauliflower with White Beans. The recipes are delicious and super easy. I am a military spouse with no kids, with a full-time job, and my husband is a pilot, so he’s gone a lot, and this book helps me stay on track (it’s easy when you’re by yourself to grab drive-thru or a frozen meal on your way home from work, but this is a WAY healthier alternative).

Easy and healthful recipes

3 helpful votes
 on July 12, 2013
By Susaninacloud
I enjoyed the individual spinach frittatas. They freeze well and can be heated in the microwave for a quick breakfast. There are many interesting recipes to try. I’d like to try the corn bread with grated apple.

Good cookbook, OK Kindle Quality

8 helpful votes
 on July 8, 2013
By Sergio
This book was not meant to be read on a Kindle. The recipes in the cookbook are pretty simple and the portions are appropriate for a single person (as expected). Some of the tables and recipes don’t display in a proper recipe-like format on a Kindle sometimes though, making it somewhat annoying to have it open while cooking. In all, I recommend this book to anyone who wants to cool simple healthy recipes for one, and I definitely recommend a hard copy.

I like this book

1 helpful vote
 on May 7, 2015
By Randi Wilson
I like this book. My first cookbook so I don’t have much to compare it too. So far I’ve made 6 or 7 recipes and have enjoyed them. Moderately healthy and don’t take too long to prepare. Although I find I use a lot of dishes but maybe that’s the type of cook I am. Food is decent tasting also.

Great Recipees

2 helpful votes
 on March 26, 2012
By Amazon Customer
I liked this book. Its great, pulling it up on my iPad to make one of the dishes. I like all the extras this author put into the book. Some of the recipees are things I’ve kind of seen before, but there were some unique recipees. My favorite thing about this book is the shopping list. I hate having to write everything down and found this great. I’m leaning more toward e-cook-books now, as regular cook books are so bulky. A book like this one is great to have in my iPad, cause then I just prop it up on the counter and its all right there for me. I’d recommend this one. Great book for good meals.

Easy to read

2 helpful votes
 on July 26, 2014
By DashNdot
Easy to read.