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Mrtav šišmiš pronađen u prethodno upakovanoj salati traži masovno opoziv

Mrtav šišmiš pronađen u prethodno upakovanoj salati traži masovno opoziv

Šišmiš koji se raspada pronađen je u prethodno upakovanoj salati Fresh Express u Florida Walmartu i brzo je povučen opoziv

Neželjeni preljev od salate izazvao je masovno zgražanje širom zemlje.

Upakovane salate mogu biti zgodne, ali pažljivo operite povrće - praktičnost dolazi u opasnost. Fresh Express, nacionalni distributer svježih, prethodno zapakiranih salata, povukao je opoziv nakon što su dvije osobe pronašle mrtvog šišmiša unutar pakiranja salate od proljetne organske mješavine u Walmartu na Floridi.

Fresh Express je izdao hitan opoziv za proljetni miks Organic Marketside, sa proizvodnim kodom G089B19 i rokom do 14 aprila koji se najbolje koristi ako se kupi ovaj proizvod, snažno se preporučuje da ga odbace. CDC također potiče sve koji su pronašli nusproizvode životinjskog podrijetla u salati da prijave proizvod lokalnim zdravstvenim vlastima. Fresh Express je potvrdio da je proizvod distribuiran samo u Walmartove trgovine na jugoistoku Sjedinjenih Država.

"Fresh Express pitanja sigurnosti hrane shvaća vrlo ozbiljno i rigorozno poštuje sve propise o sigurnosti hrane, uključujući propisane dobre poljoprivredne prakse," pročitano je saopćenje kompanije. „Osim toga, postoji niz strogih kontrola tokom uzgoja i žetve kako bi se ublažio ulazak sirovinskog materijala u sistem sirovina. U proizvodnji, dodatne kontrole, uključujući temeljito pranje i sisteme filtracije, kao i vizualne inspekcije koje su dizajnirane za uklanjanje neželjenih ostataka. [sic] ”

CDC radi sa Ministarstvom zdravlja Floride na utvrđivanju uzroka neželjenih krhotina sisavaca.

"Oboje ljudi izvještavaju da su dobrog zdravlja i da nemaju znakove bjesnoće", kaže CDC - stoji u saopštenju.


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Možda se ovo ne dogodi u vašoj kući, ali događa se u mojoj: Jedan član naše porodice radi do kasno ili ima sportske vježbe, ili ide na neki događaj i propušta večeru. Zatim se mora sam hraniti, sam u kuhinji, vučen kao magičnim silama u žitarice, čips i kutiju tankih metvica skrivenih u zamrzivaču, jedući direktno iz posude, prebacujući se iz kutije u vrećicu, pokušavajući zadovoljiti stvarni obrok, ali se na kraju osjećao pomalo bolesno i potpuno nezadovoljno.

Povremeno kuhanje za nekoga razlikuje se od rutinske pripreme samo jednog obroka, samo za sebe. Kada postoji rutina, postoji i ritam kupovine i pripreme. Osim toga, postoje stvarne kuharice i mogućnosti dostave obroka posvećene uzroku. (Ako ste tip označavanja, postoji prekrasan pregled 2017. prijatno: 󈬎 Zdravi recepti za jednoga, jer vam ne trebaju niko drugi. “) (Ipak, postoji nešto tužno u vezi s tim naslovom, zar nema ’t?)

Kad je kuhanje za jednu osobu iznimka, a ne pravilo, to je nekako teže. Možda je najvažniji korak obveza da se pripremite za jelo, čak i ako je to sendvič s maslacem od kikirikija. Zvuči smiješno? Možda i jest, ali bit će zdravije, zadovoljnije i manje depresivno.

Nemojte ovdje pogrešno razumjeti. Ponekad je zasigurno zdjela sladoleda i čaša vina samo karta za solo večeru. S vremena na vrijeme se osjeća potpuno buntovno i oslobađajuće. Ali imati nekoliko drugih trikova u jednom repertoaru#8217 neprocjenjivo je i oslobađajuće, na drugačiji način. Postoji moć u pripremanju obroka, osećaj ispunjenosti. Ovo nije nevažno razmatranje. Naučite dijete da pravi pečeno jaje ili sir sa roštilja i ono će imati novostečenu samostalnost.

Prelazni standardi za samostalno kuhanje su, naravno, jaja, pileća prsa i salate. Jaja su najlakša opcija u većini slučajeva, posebno kada je solo večera neplanirana i ako koristite ono što je pri ruci. (Jer ko ide u trgovinu u 21:00 po sumac i limenku slanutka, limun i malo kelja kako bi napravio večeru za jednog? Niko.)

Volim da kuvam: Ovde razlika nije vreme, već ono što će vam verovatno biti pri ruci. Ljudi koji zaista uživaju u kuhanju vjerojatnije će imati, na primjer, razne octe i ulja u smočnici, širi raspon začina itd. Pileći pavlaci sa crvenim kupusom i lukom, avokado i omleta od rukole, kukuruz i slanutak sa miso-jalapeno tahinijem.

Stvarnost tokom noći: Tost sa sirom je ugodniji od sendviča sa sirom, a gotovo je jednostavan za pripremu. Probaj. Ako imate povrće ili voće pri ruci, stavite malo na tanjur pored tosta kako bi se tanjur osjećao kao prava večera (i zato što su vlakna čarobna hrana).

Treba mi čudo: Ako je sirena zrnu žitarica ili čipsa ili Tanke metvice previše odoljeti, onda barem poslužite hranu na odgovarajućem tanjuru i sjednite za stol za jelo. Osećaćete se bolje, obećavam.


Upit za večeru

Možda se ovo ne dogodi u vašoj kući, ali događa se u mojoj: Jedan član naše porodice radi do kasno ili ima sportske vježbe, ili ide na neki događaj i propušta večeru. Zatim se mora sam hraniti, sam u kuhinji, vučen kao magičnim silama u žitarice, čips i kutiju tankih metvica skrivenih u zamrzivaču, jedući direktno iz posude, prebacujući se iz kutije u vrećicu, pokušavajući zadovoljiti stvarni obrok, ali se na kraju osjećao pomalo bolesno i potpuno nezadovoljno.

Povremeno kuhanje za nekoga razlikuje se od rutinske pripreme samo jednog obroka, samo za sebe. Kada postoji rutina, postoji i ritam kupovine i pripreme. Osim toga, postoje stvarne kuharice i mogućnosti dostave obroka posvećene uzroku. (Ako ste tip označavanja, postoji prekrasan pregled 2017. prijatno: 󈬎 Zdravi recepti za jednoga, jer vam ne trebaju niko drugi. “) (Ipak, postoji nešto tužno u vezi s tim naslovom, zar nema ’t?)

Kad je kuhanje za jednu osobu iznimka, a ne pravilo, to je nekako teže. Možda je najvažniji korak obveza da se pripremite za jelo, čak i ako je to sendvič s maslacem od kikirikija. Zvuči smiješno? Možda i jest, ali bit će zdravije, zadovoljnije i manje depresivno.

Nemojte ovdje pogrešno razumjeti. Ponekad je zasigurno zdjela sladoleda i čaša vina samo karta za solo večeru. S vremena na vrijeme se osjeća potpuno buntovno i oslobađajuće. Ali imati nekoliko drugih trikova u jednom repertoaru#8217 neprocjenjivo je i oslobađajuće, na drugačiji način. Postoji moć u pripremanju obroka, osećaj ispunjenosti. Ovo nije nevažno razmatranje. Naučite dijete da pravi pečeno jaje ili sir sa roštilja i ono će imati novostečenu samostalnost.

Prelazni standardi za samostalno kuhanje su, naravno, jaja, pileća prsa i salate. Jaja su najlakša opcija u većini slučajeva, posebno kada je solo večera neplanirana i ako koristite ono što je pri ruci. (Jer ko ide u trgovinu u 21:00 po sumac i limenku slanutka, limun i malo kelja kako bi napravio večeru za jednog? Niko.)

Volim da kuvam: Ovde razlika nije vreme, već ono što će vam verovatno biti pri ruci. Ljudi koji zaista uživaju u kuhanju vjerojatnije će imati, na primjer, razne octe i ulja u smočnici, širi raspon začina itd. Pileći pavlaci sa crvenim kupusom i lukom, avokado i omleta od rukole, kukuruz i slanutak sa činijom od miso-jalapeno tahinija.

Stvarnost tokom noći: Tost sa sirom je ugodniji od sendviča sa sirom, a gotovo je jednostavan za pripremu. Probaj. Ako imate povrće ili voće pri ruci, stavite malo na tanjur pored tosta kako bi se tanjur osjećao kao prava večera (i zato što su vlakna čarobna hrana).

Treba mi čudo: Ako je sirena zrnu žitarica ili čipsa ili Tanke metvice previše odoljeti, onda barem poslužite hranu na odgovarajućem tanjuru i sjednite za stol za jelo. Osećaćete se bolje, obećavam.


Upit za večeru

Možda se ovo ne dogodi u vašoj kući, ali događa se u mojoj: Jedan član naše porodice radi do kasno ili ima sportske vježbe, ili ide na neki događaj i propušta večeru. Zatim se mora sam hraniti, sam u kuhinji, vučen kao magičnim silama u žitarice, čips i kutiju tankih metvica skrivenih u zamrzivaču, jedući direktno iz posude, prebacujući se iz kutije u vrećicu, pokušavajući zadovoljiti stvarni obrok, ali se na kraju osjećao pomalo bolesno i potpuno nezadovoljno.

Povremeno kuhanje za nekoga razlikuje se od rutinske pripreme samo jednog obroka, samo za sebe. Kada postoji rutina, postoji i ritam kupovine i pripreme. Osim toga, postoje stvarne kuharice i mogućnosti dostave obroka posvećene uzroku. (Ako ste tip označavanja, postoji prekrasan pregled 2017. prijatno: 󈬎 Zdravi recepti za jednoga, jer vam ne trebaju niko drugi. “) (Ipak, postoji nešto tužno u vezi s tim naslovom, zar nema ’t?)

Kad je kuhanje za jednu osobu iznimka, a ne pravilo, to je nekako teže. Možda je najvažniji korak obveza da se pripremite za jelo, čak i ako je to sendvič s maslacem od kikirikija. Zvuči smiješno? Možda i jest, ali bit će zdravije, zadovoljnije i manje depresivno.

Nemojte ovdje pogrešno razumjeti. Ponekad je zasigurno zdjela sladoleda i čaša vina samo karta za solo večeru. S vremena na vrijeme se osjeća potpuno buntovno i oslobađajuće. Ali imati nekoliko drugih trikova u jednom repertoaru#8217 neprocjenjivo je i oslobađajuće, na drugačiji način. Postoji moć u pripremanju obroka, osećaj ispunjenosti. Ovo nije nevažno razmatranje. Naučite dijete da pravi pečeno jaje ili sir sa roštilja i ono će imati novostečenu samostalnost.

Standard za solo kuhanje su, naravno, jaja, pileća prsa i salate. Jaja su najlakša opcija u većini slučajeva, posebno kada je solo večera neplanirana i ako koristite ono što je pri ruci. (Jer ko ide u trgovinu u 21:00 po sumac i limenku slanutka, limun i malo kelja kako bi napravio večeru za jednog? Niko.)

Volim da kuvam: Ovde razlika nije vreme, već ono što će vam verovatno biti pri ruci. Ljudi koji zaista uživaju u kuhanju vjerojatnije će imati, na primjer, razne octe i ulja u smočnici, širi raspon začina itd. Pileći pavlaci sa crvenim kupusom i lukom, avokado i omleta od rukole, kukuruz i slanutak sa činijom od miso-jalapeno tahinija.

Stvarnost tokom sedmice: Tost sa sirom je ugodniji od sendviča sa sirom, a gotovo je jednostavan za pripremu. Probaj. Ako imate povrće ili voće pri ruci, stavite malo na tanjur pored tosta kako bi se tanjur osjećao kao prava večera (i zato što su vlakna čarobna hrana).

Treba mi čudo: Ako je sirena zrnu žitarica ili čipsa ili Tanke metvice previše odoljeti, onda barem poslužite hranu na odgovarajućem tanjuru i sjednite za stol za jelo. Osećaćete se bolje, obećavam.


Upit za večeru

Možda se ovo ne dogodi u vašoj kući, ali događa se u mojoj: Jedan član naše porodice radi do kasno ili ima sportske vježbe, ili ide na neki događaj i propušta večeru. Zatim se mora sam hraniti, sam u kuhinji, vučen kao magičnim silama u žitarice, čips i kutiju tankih metvica skrivenih u zamrzivaču, jedući direktno iz posude, prebacujući se iz kutije u vrećicu, pokušavajući zadovoljiti stvarni obrok, ali se na kraju osjećao pomalo bolesno i potpuno nezadovoljno.

Povremeno kuhanje za nekoga razlikuje se od rutinske pripreme samo jednog obroka, samo za sebe. Kada postoji rutina, postoji i ritam kupovine i pripreme. Osim toga, postoje stvarne kuharice i mogućnosti dostave obroka posvećene uzroku. (Ako ste tip označavanja, postoji prekrasan pregled 2017. prijatno: 󈬎 Zdravi recepti za jednoga, jer vam ne trebaju niko drugi. “) (Ipak, postoji nešto tužno u vezi s tim naslovom, zar nema ’t?)

Kad je kuhanje za jednu osobu iznimka, a ne pravilo, to je nekako teže. Možda je najvažniji korak obveza da se pripremite za jelo, čak i ako je to sendvič s maslacem od kikirikija. Zvuči smiješno? Možda i jest, ali bit će zdravije, zadovoljnije i manje depresivno.

Nemojte ovdje pogrešno razumjeti. Ponekad je zasigurno zdjela sladoleda i čaša vina samo karta za solo večeru. S vremena na vrijeme se osjeća potpuno buntovno i oslobađajuće. Ali imati nekoliko drugih trikova u jednom repertoaru#8217 neprocjenjivo je i oslobađajuće, na drugačiji način. Postoji moć u pripremanju obroka, osećaj ispunjenosti. Ovo nije nevažno razmatranje. Naučite dijete da pravi pečeno jaje ili sir sa roštilja i ono će imati novostečenu samostalnost.

Prelazni standardi za samostalno kuhanje su, naravno, jaja, pileća prsa i salate. Jaja su najlakša opcija u većini slučajeva, posebno kada je solo večera neplanirana i ako koristite ono što je pri ruci. (Jer ko ide u trgovinu u 21:00 po sumac i limenku slanutka, limun i malo kelja kako bi napravio večeru za jednog? Niko.)

Volim da kuvam: Ovde razlika nije vreme, već ono što će vam verovatno biti pri ruci. Ljudi koji zaista uživaju u kuhanju vjerojatnije će imati, na primjer, razne octe i ulja u smočnici, širi raspon začina itd. Pileći pavlaci sa crvenim kupusom i lukom, avokado i omleta od rukole, kukuruz i slanutak sa činijom od miso-jalapeno tahinija.

Stvarnost tokom noći: Tost sa sirom je ugodniji od sendviča sa sirom, a gotovo je jednostavan za pripremu. Probaj. Ako imate povrće ili voće pri ruci, stavite malo na tanjur pored tosta kako bi se tanjur osjećao kao prava večera (i zato što su vlakna čarobna hrana).

Treba mi čudo: Ako je sirena zrnu žitarica ili čipsa ili Tanke metvice previše odoljeti, onda barem poslužite hranu na odgovarajućem tanjuru i sjednite za stol za jelo. Osećaćete se bolje, obećavam.


Upit za večeru

Možda se ovo ne dogodi u vašoj kući, ali događa se u mojoj: Jedan član naše porodice radi do kasno ili ima sportske vježbe, ili ide na neki događaj i propušta večeru. Zatim se mora sam hraniti, sam u kuhinji, vučen kao magičnim silama u žitarice, čips i kutiju tankih metvica skrivenih u zamrzivaču, jedući direktno iz posude, prebacujući se iz kutije u vrećicu, pokušavajući zadovoljiti stvarni obrok, ali se na kraju osjećao pomalo bolesno i potpuno nezadovoljno.

Povremeno kuhanje za nekoga razlikuje se od rutinske pripreme samo jednog obroka, samo za sebe. Kada postoji rutina, postoji i ritam kupovine i pripreme. Osim toga, postoje stvarne kuharice i mogućnosti dostave obroka posvećene uzroku. (Ako ste tip označavanja, postoji prekrasan pregled 2017. prijatno: 󈬎 Zdravi recepti za jednoga, jer vam ne trebaju niko drugi. “) (Ipak, postoji nešto tužno u vezi s tim naslovom, zar nema ’t?)

Kad je kuhanje za jednu osobu iznimka, a ne pravilo, to je nekako teže. Možda je najvažniji korak obveza da se pripremite za jelo, čak i ako je to sendvič s maslacem od kikirikija. Zvuči smiješno? Možda i jest, ali bit će zdravije, zadovoljnije i manje depresivno.

Nemojte ovdje pogrešno razumjeti. Ponekad je zasigurno zdjela sladoleda i čaša vina samo karta za solo večeru. S vremena na vrijeme se osjeća potpuno buntovno i oslobađajuće. Ali imati nekoliko drugih trikova u jednom repertoaru#8217 neprocjenjivo je i oslobađajuće, na drugačiji način. Postoji moć u pripremanju obroka, osećaj ispunjenosti. Ovo nije nevažno razmatranje. Naučite dijete da pravi pečeno jaje ili sir sa roštilja i ono će imati novostečenu samostalnost.

Prelazni standardi za samostalno kuhanje su, naravno, jaja, pileća prsa i salate. Jaja su najlakša opcija u većini slučajeva, posebno kada je solo večera neplanirana i ako koristite ono što je pri ruci. (Jer ko ide u trgovinu u 21:00 po sumac i limenku slanutka, limun i malo kelja kako bi napravio večeru za jednog? Niko.)

Volim da kuvam: Ovde razlika nije vreme, već ono što će vam verovatno biti pri ruci. Ljudi koji zaista uživaju u kuhanju vjerojatnije će imati, na primjer, razne octe i ulja u smočnici, širi raspon začina itd. Pileći pavlaci sa crvenim kupusom i lukom, avokado i omleta od rukole, kukuruz i slanutak sa činijom od miso-jalapeno tahinija.

Stvarnost tokom noći: Tost sa sirom je ugodniji od sendviča sa sirom, a gotovo je jednostavan za pripremu. Probaj. Ako imate povrće ili voće pri ruci, stavite malo na tanjur pored tosta kako bi se tanjur osjećao kao prava večera (i zato što su vlakna čarobna hrana).

Treba mi čudo: Ako je sirena zrnu žitarica ili čipsa ili Tanke metvice previše odoljeti, onda barem poslužite hranu na odgovarajućem tanjuru i sjednite za stol za jelo. Osećaćete se bolje, obećavam.


Upit za večeru

Možda se ovo ne dogodi u vašoj kući, ali događa se u mojoj: Jedan član naše porodice radi do kasno ili ima sportske vježbe, ili ide na neki događaj i propušta večeru. Zatim se mora sam hraniti, sam u kuhinji, vučen kao magičnim silama u žitarice, čips i kutiju tankih metvica skrivenih u zamrzivaču, jedući direktno iz posude, prebacujući se iz kutije u vrećicu, pokušavajući zadovoljiti stvarni obrok, ali se na kraju osjećao pomalo bolesno i potpuno nezadovoljno.

Povremeno kuhanje za nekoga razlikuje se od rutinske pripreme samo jednog obroka, samo za sebe. Kada postoji rutina, postoji i ritam kupovine i pripreme. Osim toga, postoje stvarne kuharice i mogućnosti dostave obroka posvećene uzroku. (Ako ste tip označavanja, postoji prekrasan pregled 2017. prijatno: 󈬎 Zdravi recepti za jednoga, jer vam ne trebaju niko drugi. “) (Ipak, postoji nešto tužno u vezi s tim naslovom, zar ne?#8217t?)

Kad je kuhanje za jednu osobu iznimka, a ne pravilo, to je nekako teže. Možda je najvažniji korak obveza da se pripremite za jelo, čak i ako je to sendvič s maslacem od kikirikija. Zvuči smiješno? Možda i jest, ali bit će zdravije, zadovoljnije i manje depresivno.

Nemojte ovdje pogrešno razumjeti. Ponekad je zasigurno zdjela sladoleda i čaša vina samo karta za solo večeru. S vremena na vrijeme se osjeća potpuno buntovno i oslobađajuće. Ali imati nekoliko drugih trikova u jednom repertoaru#8217 neprocjenjivo je i oslobađajuće, na drugačiji način. Postoji moć u pripremanju obroka, osećaj ispunjenosti. Ovo nije nevažno razmatranje. Naučite dijete da pravi pečeno jaje ili sir sa roštilja i ono će imati novostečenu samostalnost.

Standard za solo kuhanje su, naravno, jaja, pileća prsa i salate. Jaja su najlakša opcija u većini slučajeva, posebno kada je solo večera neplanirana i ako koristite ono što je pri ruci. (Jer ko ide u trgovinu u 21:00 po sumac i limenku slanutka, limun i malo kelja kako bi napravio večeru za jednog? Niko.)

Volim da kuvam: Ovde razlika nije vreme, već ono što će vam verovatno biti pri ruci. Ljudi koji zaista uživaju u kuhanju vjerojatnije će imati, na primjer, razne octe i ulja u smočnici, širi raspon začina itd. Pileći pavlaci sa crvenim kupusom i lukom, avokado i omleta od rukole, kukuruz i slanutak sa činijom od miso-jalapeno tahinija.

Stvarnost tokom noći: Tost sa sirom je ugodniji od sendviča sa sirom, a gotovo je jednostavan za pripremu. Probaj. Ako imate povrće ili voće pri ruci, stavite malo na tanjur pored tosta kako bi se tanjur osjećao kao prava večera (i zato što su vlakna čarobna hrana).

Treba mi čudo: Ako je sirena zrnu žitarica ili čipsa ili Tanke metvice previše odoljeti, onda barem poslužite hranu na odgovarajućem tanjuru i sjednite za stol za jelo. Osećaćete se bolje, obećavam.


Upit za večeru

Možda se ovo ne dogodi u vašoj kući, ali događa se u mojoj: Jedan član naše porodice radi do kasno ili ima sportske vježbe, ili ide na neki događaj i propušta večeru. Zatim se mora sam hraniti, sam u kuhinji, vučen kao magičnim silama u žitarice, čips i kutiju tankih metvica skrivenih u zamrzivaču, jedući direktno iz posude, prebacujući se iz kutije u vrećicu, pokušavajući zadovoljiti stvarni obrok, ali se na kraju osjećao pomalo bolesno i potpuno nezadovoljno.

Povremeno kuhanje za nekoga razlikuje se od rutinske pripreme samo jednog obroka, samo za sebe. Kada postoji rutina, postoji i ritam kupovine i pripreme. Osim toga, postoje stvarne kuharice i mogućnosti dostave obroka posvećene uzroku. (Ako ste tip označavanja, postoji prekrasan pregled 2017. prijatno: 󈬎 Zdravi recepti za jednoga, jer vam ne trebaju niko drugi. “) (Ipak, postoji nešto tužno u vezi s tim naslovom, zar nema ’t?)

Kad je kuhanje za jednu osobu iznimka, a ne pravilo, to je nekako teže. Možda je najvažniji korak obveza da se pripremite za jelo, čak i ako je to sendvič s maslacem od kikirikija. Zvuči smiješno? Možda i jest, ali bit će zdravije, zadovoljnije i manje depresivno.

Nemojte ovdje pogrešno razumjeti. Ponekad je zasigurno zdjela sladoleda i čaša vina samo karta za solo večeru. S vremena na vrijeme se osjeća potpuno buntovno i oslobađajuće. Ali imati nekoliko drugih trikova u jednom repertoaru#8217 neprocjenjivo je i oslobađajuće, na drugačiji način. Postoji moć u pripremanju obroka, osećaj ispunjenosti. Ovo nije nevažno razmatranje. Naučite dijete da pravi pečeno jaje ili sir sa roštilja i ono će imati novostečenu samostalnost.

Prelazni standardi za samostalno kuhanje su, naravno, jaja, pileća prsa i salate. Jaja su najlakša opcija u većini slučajeva, posebno kada je solo večera neplanirana i ako koristite ono što je pri ruci. (Jer ko ide u trgovinu u 21:00 po sumac i limenku slanutka, limun i malo kelja kako bi napravio večeru za jednog? Niko.)

Volim da kuvam: Ovde razlika nije vreme, već ono što će vam verovatno biti pri ruci. Ljudi koji zaista uživaju u kuhanju vjerojatnije će imati, na primjer, razne octe i ulja u smočnici, širi raspon začina itd. Pileći pavlaci sa crvenim kupusom i lukom, avokado i omleta od rukole, kukuruz i slanutak sa činijom od miso-jalapeno tahinija.

Stvarnost tokom noći: Tost sa sirom je ugodniji od sendviča sa sirom, a gotovo je jednostavan za pripremu. Probaj. Ako imate povrće ili voće pri ruci, stavite malo na tanjur pored tosta kako bi se tanjur osjećao kao prava večera (i zato što su vlakna čarobna hrana).

Treba mi čudo: Ako je sirena zrnu žitarica ili čipsa ili Tanke metvice previše odoljeti, onda barem poslužite hranu na odgovarajućem tanjuru i sjednite za stol za jelo. Osećaćete se bolje, obećavam.


Upit za večeru

Možda se ovo ne dogodi u vašoj kući, ali događa se u mojoj: Jedan član naše porodice radi do kasno ili ima sportske vježbe, ili ide na neki događaj i propušta večeru. Zatim se mora sam hraniti, sam u kuhinji, vučen kao magičnim silama u žitarice, čips i kutiju tankih metvica skrivenih u zamrzivaču, jedući direktno iz posude, prebacujući se iz kutije u vrećicu, pokušavajući zadovoljiti stvarni obrok, ali se na kraju osjećao pomalo bolesno i potpuno nezadovoljno.

Povremeno kuhanje za nekoga razlikuje se od rutinskog da morate pripremiti samo jedno jelo, samo za sebe. Kada postoji rutina, postoji i ritam kupovine i pripreme. Osim toga, postoje stvarne kuharice i mogućnosti dostave obroka posvećene uzroku. (Ako ste tip označavanja, postoji prekrasan pregled 2017. prijatno: 󈬎 Zdravi recepti za jednoga, jer vam ne trebaju niko drugi. “) (Ipak, postoji nešto tužno u vezi s tim naslovom, zar nema ’t?)

Kad je kuhanje za jednu osobu iznimka, a ne pravilo, to je nekako teže. Možda je najvažniji korak obveza da se pripremite za jelo, čak i ako je to sendvič s maslacem od kikirikija. Zvuči smiješno? Možda i jest, ali bit će zdravije, zadovoljnije i manje depresivno.

Nemojte ovdje pogrešno razumjeti. Ponekad je zasigurno zdjela sladoleda i čaša vina samo karta za solo večeru. S vremena na vrijeme se osjeća potpuno buntovno i oslobađajuće. Ali imati nekoliko drugih trikova u jednom repertoaru#8217 neprocjenjivo je i oslobađajuće, na drugačiji način. Postoji moć u pripremanju obroka, osećaj ispunjenosti. Ovo nije nevažno razmatranje. Naučite dijete da pravi pečeno jaje ili sir sa roštilja i ono će imati novostečenu samostalnost.

Standard za solo kuhanje su, naravno, jaja, pileća prsa i salate. Jaja su u većini slučajeva najjednostavnija opcija, posebno kada je solo večera neplanirana i ako koristite ono što je pri ruci. (Jer ko ide u trgovinu u 21:00 po sumac i limenku slanutka, limun i malo kelja kako bi napravio večeru za jednog? Niko.)

Volim da kuvam: Ovde razlika nije vreme, već ono što će vam verovatno biti pri ruci. Ljudi koji zaista uživaju u kuhanju vjerojatnije će imati, na primjer, razne octe i ulja u smočnici, širi raspon začina itd. Pileći pavlaci sa crvenim kupusom i lukom, avokado i omleta od rukole, kukuruz i slanutak sa miso-jalapeno tahinijem.

Stvarnost tokom noći: Tost sa sirom je ugodniji od sendviča sa sirom, a gotovo je jednostavan za pripremu. Probaj. Ako imate povrće ili voće pri ruci, stavite malo na tanjur pored tosta kako bi se tanjur osjećao kao prava večera (i zato što su vlakna čarobna hrana).

Treba mi čudo: Ako je sirena zrnu žitarica ili čipsa ili Tanke metvice previše odoljeti, onda barem poslužite hranu na odgovarajućem tanjuru i sjednite za stol za jelo. Osećaćete se bolje, obećavam.


Upit za večeru

Možda se ovo ne dogodi u vašoj kući, ali događa se u mojoj: Jedan član naše porodice radi do kasno ili ima sportske vježbe, ili ide na neki događaj i propušta večeru. Zatim se mora sam hraniti, sam u kuhinji, vučen kao magičnim silama u žitarice, čips i kutiju tankih metvica skrivenih u zamrzivaču, jedući direktno iz posude, prebacujući se iz kutije u vrećicu, pokušavajući zadovoljiti stvarni obrok, ali se na kraju osjećao pomalo bolesno i potpuno nezadovoljno.

Povremeno kuhanje za nekoga razlikuje se od rutinske pripreme samo jednog obroka, samo za sebe. Kada postoji rutina, postoji i ritam kupovine i pripreme. Osim toga, postoje stvarne kuharice i mogućnosti dostave obroka posvećene uzroku. (Ako ste tip označavanja, postoji prekrasan pregled 2017. prijatno: 󈬎 Zdravi recepti za jednoga, jer vam ne trebaju niko drugi. “) (Ipak, postoji nešto tužno u vezi s tim naslovom, zar nema ’t?)

Kad je kuhanje za jednu osobu iznimka, a ne pravilo, to je nekako teže. Možda je najvažniji korak obveza da se pripremite za jelo, čak i ako je to sendvič s maslacem od kikirikija. Zvuči smiješno? Možda i jest, ali bit će zdravije, zadovoljnije i manje depresivno.

Nemojte ovdje pogrešno razumjeti. Ponekad je zasigurno zdjela sladoleda i čaša vina samo karta za solo večeru. S vremena na vrijeme se osjeća potpuno buntovno i oslobađajuće. Ali imati nekoliko drugih trikova u jednom repertoaru#8217 neprocjenjivo je i oslobađajuće, na drugačiji način. Postoji moć u pripremanju obroka, osećaj ispunjenosti. Ovo nije nevažno razmatranje. Naučite dijete da pravi pečeno jaje ili sir sa roštilja i ono će imati novostečenu samostalnost.

Prelazni standardi za samostalno kuhanje su, naravno, jaja, pileća prsa i salate. Jaja su u većini slučajeva najjednostavnija opcija, posebno kada je solo večera neplanirana i ako koristite ono što je pri ruci. (Jer ko ide u trgovinu u 21:00 po sumac i limenku slanutka, limun i malo kelja kako bi napravio večeru za jednog? Niko.)

Volim da kuvam: Ovde razlika nije vreme, već ono što će vam verovatno biti pri ruci. Ljudi koji zaista uživaju u kuhanju vjerojatnije će imati, na primjer, razne octe i ulja u smočnici, širi raspon začina itd. Pileći pavlaci sa crvenim kupusom i lukom, avokado i omleta od rukole, kukuruz i slanutak sa miso-jalapeno tahinijem.

Stvarnost tokom noći: Tost sa sirom je ugodniji od sendviča sa sirom, a gotovo je jednostavan za pripremu. Probaj. Ako imate povrće ili voće pri ruci, stavite malo na tanjur pored tosta kako bi se tanjur osjećao kao prava večera (i zato što su vlakna čarobna hrana).

Treba mi čudo: Ako je sirena zrnu žitarica ili čipsa ili Tanke metvice previše odoljeti, onda barem poslužite hranu na odgovarajućem tanjuru i sjednite za stol za jelo. Osećaćete se bolje, obećavam.


Upit za večeru

Možda se ovo ne dogodi u vašoj kući, ali događa se u mojoj: Jedan član naše porodice radi do kasno ili ima sportske vježbe, ili ide na neki događaj i propušta večeru. Zatim se mora sam hraniti, sam u kuhinji, vučen kao magičnim silama u žitarice, čips i kutiju tankih metvica skrivenih u zamrzivaču, jedući direktno iz posude, prebacujući se iz kutije u vrećicu, pokušavajući zadovoljiti stvarni obrok, ali se na kraju osjećao pomalo bolesno i potpuno nezadovoljno.

Povremeno kuhanje za nekoga razlikuje se od rutinskog da morate pripremiti samo jedno jelo, samo za sebe. Kada postoji rutina, postoji ritam kupovine i pripreme. Plus, there are actual cookbooks and meal delivery options dedicated to the cause. (If you’re the bookmarking type, there’s a wonderful 2017 round-up in bon appétit: 󈬎 Healthy Recipes for One, Because You Don’t Need Anyone Else.“) (There is something sad about that title, though, isn’t there?)

When cooking for one person is the exception and not the rule, it’s somehow harder. The most important step, perhaps, is making a commitment to prepare something to eat, even if it’s a peanut butter sandwich. Sound ridiculous? Maybe it is but it will be healthier, more satisfying, and less depressing.

Do not misunderstand here. Sometimes, for sure, a bowl of ice cream and glass of wine is just the ticket for a solo dinner. It feels downright rebellious and liberating, from time to time. But having a few other tricks in one’s repertoire is invaluable and also liberating, in a different way. There is power in preparing a meal, a feeling of accomplishment. This is not an unimportant consideration. Teach a child to make a fried egg or grilled cheese, and s/he will have newfound independence.

The go-to standards for solo cooking are, of course, eggs, chicken breasts, and salads. Eggs are the easiest option in most cases, particularly when the solo dinner is unplanned and using what’s on hand is a requirement. (Because who’s going to the store at 9 PM to get sumac and a can of chickpeas and a lemon and some kale to make an “impromptu” dinner for one? No one.)

I love to cook: The differentiator here is not time, but what is likely to be on hand. People who really enjoy cooking are more likely to have, for example, a variety of vinegars and oils in the pantry, a wider range of seasonings, and so on. Chicken paillards with red cabbage and onion slaw avocado and arugula omelet corn and chickpea bowl with miso-jalapeno tahini.

Weeknight reality: Cheese toast feels more indulgent than a cheese sandwich, and it’s almost as easy to prepare. Probaj. If you have vegetables or fruit on hand, put some on the plate next to the toast to make the plate feel like an actual dinner (and because fiber is the magic food).

Need a miracle: If the siren call of cereal or potato chips or Thin Mints is too much to resist, then at least serve the food on a proper plate and sit at a table to eat. You’ll feel better, I promise.


Dinner prompt

Maybe this doesn’t happen in your house, but it does in mine: One member of our family works late or has sports practice or goes to an event and misses dinner. S/he must then forage for him/herself, alone in the kitchen, drawn as if by magic forces to cereal, chips, and the box of Thin Mints hidden in the freezer, eating directly from the container, shifting from box to bag, trying to get the satisfaction of having an actual meal, but in the end feeling slightly sick and entirely unsatisfied.

Occasional cooking for one is different from routinely having to prepare only one meal, solely for oneself. When there’s a routine, there’s a rhythm of shopping and prepping. Plus, there are actual cookbooks and meal delivery options dedicated to the cause. (If you’re the bookmarking type, there’s a wonderful 2017 round-up in bon appétit: 󈬎 Healthy Recipes for One, Because You Don’t Need Anyone Else.“) (There is something sad about that title, though, isn’t there?)

When cooking for one person is the exception and not the rule, it’s somehow harder. The most important step, perhaps, is making a commitment to prepare something to eat, even if it’s a peanut butter sandwich. Sound ridiculous? Maybe it is but it will be healthier, more satisfying, and less depressing.

Do not misunderstand here. Sometimes, for sure, a bowl of ice cream and glass of wine is just the ticket for a solo dinner. It feels downright rebellious and liberating, from time to time. But having a few other tricks in one’s repertoire is invaluable and also liberating, in a different way. There is power in preparing a meal, a feeling of accomplishment. This is not an unimportant consideration. Teach a child to make a fried egg or grilled cheese, and s/he will have newfound independence.

The go-to standards for solo cooking are, of course, eggs, chicken breasts, and salads. Eggs are the easiest option in most cases, particularly when the solo dinner is unplanned and using what’s on hand is a requirement. (Because who’s going to the store at 9 PM to get sumac and a can of chickpeas and a lemon and some kale to make an “impromptu” dinner for one? No one.)

I love to cook: The differentiator here is not time, but what is likely to be on hand. People who really enjoy cooking are more likely to have, for example, a variety of vinegars and oils in the pantry, a wider range of seasonings, and so on. Chicken paillards with red cabbage and onion slaw avocado and arugula omelet corn and chickpea bowl with miso-jalapeno tahini.

Weeknight reality: Cheese toast feels more indulgent than a cheese sandwich, and it’s almost as easy to prepare. Probaj. If you have vegetables or fruit on hand, put some on the plate next to the toast to make the plate feel like an actual dinner (and because fiber is the magic food).

Need a miracle: If the siren call of cereal or potato chips or Thin Mints is too much to resist, then at least serve the food on a proper plate and sit at a table to eat. You’ll feel better, I promise.


Dinner prompt

Maybe this doesn’t happen in your house, but it does in mine: One member of our family works late or has sports practice or goes to an event and misses dinner. S/he must then forage for him/herself, alone in the kitchen, drawn as if by magic forces to cereal, chips, and the box of Thin Mints hidden in the freezer, eating directly from the container, shifting from box to bag, trying to get the satisfaction of having an actual meal, but in the end feeling slightly sick and entirely unsatisfied.

Occasional cooking for one is different from routinely having to prepare only one meal, solely for oneself. When there’s a routine, there’s a rhythm of shopping and prepping. Plus, there are actual cookbooks and meal delivery options dedicated to the cause. (If you’re the bookmarking type, there’s a wonderful 2017 round-up in bon appétit: 󈬎 Healthy Recipes for One, Because You Don’t Need Anyone Else.“) (There is something sad about that title, though, isn’t there?)

When cooking for one person is the exception and not the rule, it’s somehow harder. The most important step, perhaps, is making a commitment to prepare something to eat, even if it’s a peanut butter sandwich. Sound ridiculous? Maybe it is but it will be healthier, more satisfying, and less depressing.

Do not misunderstand here. Sometimes, for sure, a bowl of ice cream and glass of wine is just the ticket for a solo dinner. It feels downright rebellious and liberating, from time to time. But having a few other tricks in one’s repertoire is invaluable and also liberating, in a different way. There is power in preparing a meal, a feeling of accomplishment. This is not an unimportant consideration. Teach a child to make a fried egg or grilled cheese, and s/he will have newfound independence.

The go-to standards for solo cooking are, of course, eggs, chicken breasts, and salads. Eggs are the easiest option in most cases, particularly when the solo dinner is unplanned and using what’s on hand is a requirement. (Because who’s going to the store at 9 PM to get sumac and a can of chickpeas and a lemon and some kale to make an “impromptu” dinner for one? No one.)

I love to cook: The differentiator here is not time, but what is likely to be on hand. People who really enjoy cooking are more likely to have, for example, a variety of vinegars and oils in the pantry, a wider range of seasonings, and so on. Chicken paillards with red cabbage and onion slaw avocado and arugula omelet corn and chickpea bowl with miso-jalapeno tahini.

Weeknight reality: Cheese toast feels more indulgent than a cheese sandwich, and it’s almost as easy to prepare. Probaj. If you have vegetables or fruit on hand, put some on the plate next to the toast to make the plate feel like an actual dinner (and because fiber is the magic food).

Need a miracle: If the siren call of cereal or potato chips or Thin Mints is too much to resist, then at least serve the food on a proper plate and sit at a table to eat. You’ll feel better, I promise.


Dinner prompt

Maybe this doesn’t happen in your house, but it does in mine: One member of our family works late or has sports practice or goes to an event and misses dinner. S/he must then forage for him/herself, alone in the kitchen, drawn as if by magic forces to cereal, chips, and the box of Thin Mints hidden in the freezer, eating directly from the container, shifting from box to bag, trying to get the satisfaction of having an actual meal, but in the end feeling slightly sick and entirely unsatisfied.

Occasional cooking for one is different from routinely having to prepare only one meal, solely for oneself. When there’s a routine, there’s a rhythm of shopping and prepping. Plus, there are actual cookbooks and meal delivery options dedicated to the cause. (If you’re the bookmarking type, there’s a wonderful 2017 round-up in bon appétit: 󈬎 Healthy Recipes for One, Because You Don’t Need Anyone Else.“) (There is something sad about that title, though, isn’t there?)

When cooking for one person is the exception and not the rule, it’s somehow harder. The most important step, perhaps, is making a commitment to prepare something to eat, even if it’s a peanut butter sandwich. Sound ridiculous? Maybe it is but it will be healthier, more satisfying, and less depressing.

Do not misunderstand here. Sometimes, for sure, a bowl of ice cream and glass of wine is just the ticket for a solo dinner. It feels downright rebellious and liberating, from time to time. But having a few other tricks in one’s repertoire is invaluable and also liberating, in a different way. There is power in preparing a meal, a feeling of accomplishment. This is not an unimportant consideration. Teach a child to make a fried egg or grilled cheese, and s/he will have newfound independence.

The go-to standards for solo cooking are, of course, eggs, chicken breasts, and salads. Eggs are the easiest option in most cases, particularly when the solo dinner is unplanned and using what’s on hand is a requirement. (Because who’s going to the store at 9 PM to get sumac and a can of chickpeas and a lemon and some kale to make an “impromptu” dinner for one? No one.)

I love to cook: The differentiator here is not time, but what is likely to be on hand. People who really enjoy cooking are more likely to have, for example, a variety of vinegars and oils in the pantry, a wider range of seasonings, and so on. Chicken paillards with red cabbage and onion slaw avocado and arugula omelet corn and chickpea bowl with miso-jalapeno tahini.

Weeknight reality: Cheese toast feels more indulgent than a cheese sandwich, and it’s almost as easy to prepare. Probaj. If you have vegetables or fruit on hand, put some on the plate next to the toast to make the plate feel like an actual dinner (and because fiber is the magic food).

Need a miracle: If the siren call of cereal or potato chips or Thin Mints is too much to resist, then at least serve the food on a proper plate and sit at a table to eat. You’ll feel better, I promise.


Dinner prompt

Maybe this doesn’t happen in your house, but it does in mine: One member of our family works late or has sports practice or goes to an event and misses dinner. S/he must then forage for him/herself, alone in the kitchen, drawn as if by magic forces to cereal, chips, and the box of Thin Mints hidden in the freezer, eating directly from the container, shifting from box to bag, trying to get the satisfaction of having an actual meal, but in the end feeling slightly sick and entirely unsatisfied.

Occasional cooking for one is different from routinely having to prepare only one meal, solely for oneself. When there’s a routine, there’s a rhythm of shopping and prepping. Plus, there are actual cookbooks and meal delivery options dedicated to the cause. (If you’re the bookmarking type, there’s a wonderful 2017 round-up in bon appétit: 󈬎 Healthy Recipes for One, Because You Don’t Need Anyone Else.“) (There is something sad about that title, though, isn’t there?)

When cooking for one person is the exception and not the rule, it’s somehow harder. The most important step, perhaps, is making a commitment to prepare something to eat, even if it’s a peanut butter sandwich. Sound ridiculous? Maybe it is but it will be healthier, more satisfying, and less depressing.

Do not misunderstand here. Sometimes, for sure, a bowl of ice cream and glass of wine is just the ticket for a solo dinner. It feels downright rebellious and liberating, from time to time. But having a few other tricks in one’s repertoire is invaluable and also liberating, in a different way. There is power in preparing a meal, a feeling of accomplishment. This is not an unimportant consideration. Teach a child to make a fried egg or grilled cheese, and s/he will have newfound independence.

The go-to standards for solo cooking are, of course, eggs, chicken breasts, and salads. Eggs are the easiest option in most cases, particularly when the solo dinner is unplanned and using what’s on hand is a requirement. (Because who’s going to the store at 9 PM to get sumac and a can of chickpeas and a lemon and some kale to make an “impromptu” dinner for one? No one.)

I love to cook: The differentiator here is not time, but what is likely to be on hand. People who really enjoy cooking are more likely to have, for example, a variety of vinegars and oils in the pantry, a wider range of seasonings, and so on. Chicken paillards with red cabbage and onion slaw avocado and arugula omelet corn and chickpea bowl with miso-jalapeno tahini.

Weeknight reality: Cheese toast feels more indulgent than a cheese sandwich, and it’s almost as easy to prepare. Probaj. If you have vegetables or fruit on hand, put some on the plate next to the toast to make the plate feel like an actual dinner (and because fiber is the magic food).

Need a miracle: If the siren call of cereal or potato chips or Thin Mints is too much to resist, then at least serve the food on a proper plate and sit at a table to eat. You’ll feel better, I promise.


Dinner prompt

Maybe this doesn’t happen in your house, but it does in mine: One member of our family works late or has sports practice or goes to an event and misses dinner. S/he must then forage for him/herself, alone in the kitchen, drawn as if by magic forces to cereal, chips, and the box of Thin Mints hidden in the freezer, eating directly from the container, shifting from box to bag, trying to get the satisfaction of having an actual meal, but in the end feeling slightly sick and entirely unsatisfied.

Occasional cooking for one is different from routinely having to prepare only one meal, solely for oneself. When there’s a routine, there’s a rhythm of shopping and prepping. Plus, there are actual cookbooks and meal delivery options dedicated to the cause. (If you’re the bookmarking type, there’s a wonderful 2017 round-up in bon appétit: 󈬎 Healthy Recipes for One, Because You Don’t Need Anyone Else.“) (There is something sad about that title, though, isn’t there?)

When cooking for one person is the exception and not the rule, it’s somehow harder. The most important step, perhaps, is making a commitment to prepare something to eat, even if it’s a peanut butter sandwich. Sound ridiculous? Maybe it is but it will be healthier, more satisfying, and less depressing.

Do not misunderstand here. Sometimes, for sure, a bowl of ice cream and glass of wine is just the ticket for a solo dinner. It feels downright rebellious and liberating, from time to time. But having a few other tricks in one’s repertoire is invaluable and also liberating, in a different way. There is power in preparing a meal, a feeling of accomplishment. This is not an unimportant consideration. Teach a child to make a fried egg or grilled cheese, and s/he will have newfound independence.

The go-to standards for solo cooking are, of course, eggs, chicken breasts, and salads. Eggs are the easiest option in most cases, particularly when the solo dinner is unplanned and using what’s on hand is a requirement. (Because who’s going to the store at 9 PM to get sumac and a can of chickpeas and a lemon and some kale to make an “impromptu” dinner for one? No one.)

I love to cook: The differentiator here is not time, but what is likely to be on hand. People who really enjoy cooking are more likely to have, for example, a variety of vinegars and oils in the pantry, a wider range of seasonings, and so on. Chicken paillards with red cabbage and onion slaw avocado and arugula omelet corn and chickpea bowl with miso-jalapeno tahini.

Weeknight reality: Cheese toast feels more indulgent than a cheese sandwich, and it’s almost as easy to prepare. Probaj. If you have vegetables or fruit on hand, put some on the plate next to the toast to make the plate feel like an actual dinner (and because fiber is the magic food).

Need a miracle: If the siren call of cereal or potato chips or Thin Mints is too much to resist, then at least serve the food on a proper plate and sit at a table to eat. You’ll feel better, I promise.


Dinner prompt

Maybe this doesn’t happen in your house, but it does in mine: One member of our family works late or has sports practice or goes to an event and misses dinner. S/he must then forage for him/herself, alone in the kitchen, drawn as if by magic forces to cereal, chips, and the box of Thin Mints hidden in the freezer, eating directly from the container, shifting from box to bag, trying to get the satisfaction of having an actual meal, but in the end feeling slightly sick and entirely unsatisfied.

Occasional cooking for one is different from routinely having to prepare only one meal, solely for oneself. When there’s a routine, there’s a rhythm of shopping and prepping. Plus, there are actual cookbooks and meal delivery options dedicated to the cause. (If you’re the bookmarking type, there’s a wonderful 2017 round-up in bon appétit: 󈬎 Healthy Recipes for One, Because You Don’t Need Anyone Else.“) (There is something sad about that title, though, isn’t there?)

When cooking for one person is the exception and not the rule, it’s somehow harder. The most important step, perhaps, is making a commitment to prepare something to eat, even if it’s a peanut butter sandwich. Sound ridiculous? Maybe it is but it will be healthier, more satisfying, and less depressing.

Do not misunderstand here. Sometimes, for sure, a bowl of ice cream and glass of wine is just the ticket for a solo dinner. It feels downright rebellious and liberating, from time to time. But having a few other tricks in one’s repertoire is invaluable and also liberating, in a different way. There is power in preparing a meal, a feeling of accomplishment. This is not an unimportant consideration. Teach a child to make a fried egg or grilled cheese, and s/he will have newfound independence.

The go-to standards for solo cooking are, of course, eggs, chicken breasts, and salads. Eggs are the easiest option in most cases, particularly when the solo dinner is unplanned and using what’s on hand is a requirement. (Because who’s going to the store at 9 PM to get sumac and a can of chickpeas and a lemon and some kale to make an “impromptu” dinner for one? No one.)

I love to cook: The differentiator here is not time, but what is likely to be on hand. People who really enjoy cooking are more likely to have, for example, a variety of vinegars and oils in the pantry, a wider range of seasonings, and so on. Chicken paillards with red cabbage and onion slaw avocado and arugula omelet corn and chickpea bowl with miso-jalapeno tahini.

Weeknight reality: Cheese toast feels more indulgent than a cheese sandwich, and it’s almost as easy to prepare. Probaj. If you have vegetables or fruit on hand, put some on the plate next to the toast to make the plate feel like an actual dinner (and because fiber is the magic food).

Need a miracle: If the siren call of cereal or potato chips or Thin Mints is too much to resist, then at least serve the food on a proper plate and sit at a table to eat. You’ll feel better, I promise.


Dinner prompt

Maybe this doesn’t happen in your house, but it does in mine: One member of our family works late or has sports practice or goes to an event and misses dinner. S/he must then forage for him/herself, alone in the kitchen, drawn as if by magic forces to cereal, chips, and the box of Thin Mints hidden in the freezer, eating directly from the container, shifting from box to bag, trying to get the satisfaction of having an actual meal, but in the end feeling slightly sick and entirely unsatisfied.

Occasional cooking for one is different from routinely having to prepare only one meal, solely for oneself. When there’s a routine, there’s a rhythm of shopping and prepping. Plus, there are actual cookbooks and meal delivery options dedicated to the cause. (If you’re the bookmarking type, there’s a wonderful 2017 round-up in bon appétit: 󈬎 Healthy Recipes for One, Because You Don’t Need Anyone Else.“) (There is something sad about that title, though, isn’t there?)

When cooking for one person is the exception and not the rule, it’s somehow harder. The most important step, perhaps, is making a commitment to prepare something to eat, even if it’s a peanut butter sandwich. Sound ridiculous? Maybe it is but it will be healthier, more satisfying, and less depressing.

Do not misunderstand here. Sometimes, for sure, a bowl of ice cream and glass of wine is just the ticket for a solo dinner. It feels downright rebellious and liberating, from time to time. But having a few other tricks in one’s repertoire is invaluable and also liberating, in a different way. There is power in preparing a meal, a feeling of accomplishment. This is not an unimportant consideration. Teach a child to make a fried egg or grilled cheese, and s/he will have newfound independence.

The go-to standards for solo cooking are, of course, eggs, chicken breasts, and salads. Eggs are the easiest option in most cases, particularly when the solo dinner is unplanned and using what’s on hand is a requirement. (Because who’s going to the store at 9 PM to get sumac and a can of chickpeas and a lemon and some kale to make an “impromptu” dinner for one? No one.)

I love to cook: The differentiator here is not time, but what is likely to be on hand. People who really enjoy cooking are more likely to have, for example, a variety of vinegars and oils in the pantry, a wider range of seasonings, and so on. Chicken paillards with red cabbage and onion slaw avocado and arugula omelet corn and chickpea bowl with miso-jalapeno tahini.

Weeknight reality: Cheese toast feels more indulgent than a cheese sandwich, and it’s almost as easy to prepare. Probaj. If you have vegetables or fruit on hand, put some on the plate next to the toast to make the plate feel like an actual dinner (and because fiber is the magic food).

Need a miracle: If the siren call of cereal or potato chips or Thin Mints is too much to resist, then at least serve the food on a proper plate and sit at a table to eat. You’ll feel better, I promise.


Dinner prompt

Maybe this doesn’t happen in your house, but it does in mine: One member of our family works late or has sports practice or goes to an event and misses dinner. S/he must then forage for him/herself, alone in the kitchen, drawn as if by magic forces to cereal, chips, and the box of Thin Mints hidden in the freezer, eating directly from the container, shifting from box to bag, trying to get the satisfaction of having an actual meal, but in the end feeling slightly sick and entirely unsatisfied.

Occasional cooking for one is different from routinely having to prepare only one meal, solely for oneself. When there’s a routine, there’s a rhythm of shopping and prepping. Plus, there are actual cookbooks and meal delivery options dedicated to the cause. (If you’re the bookmarking type, there’s a wonderful 2017 round-up in bon appétit: 󈬎 Healthy Recipes for One, Because You Don’t Need Anyone Else.“) (There is something sad about that title, though, isn’t there?)

When cooking for one person is the exception and not the rule, it’s somehow harder. The most important step, perhaps, is making a commitment to prepare something to eat, even if it’s a peanut butter sandwich. Sound ridiculous? Maybe it is but it will be healthier, more satisfying, and less depressing.

Do not misunderstand here. Sometimes, for sure, a bowl of ice cream and glass of wine is just the ticket for a solo dinner. It feels downright rebellious and liberating, from time to time. But having a few other tricks in one’s repertoire is invaluable and also liberating, in a different way. There is power in preparing a meal, a feeling of accomplishment. This is not an unimportant consideration. Teach a child to make a fried egg or grilled cheese, and s/he will have newfound independence.

The go-to standards for solo cooking are, of course, eggs, chicken breasts, and salads. Eggs are the easiest option in most cases, particularly when the solo dinner is unplanned and using what’s on hand is a requirement. (Because who’s going to the store at 9 PM to get sumac and a can of chickpeas and a lemon and some kale to make an “impromptu” dinner for one? No one.)

I love to cook: The differentiator here is not time, but what is likely to be on hand. People who really enjoy cooking are more likely to have, for example, a variety of vinegars and oils in the pantry, a wider range of seasonings, and so on. Chicken paillards with red cabbage and onion slaw avocado and arugula omelet corn and chickpea bowl with miso-jalapeno tahini.

Weeknight reality: Cheese toast feels more indulgent than a cheese sandwich, and it’s almost as easy to prepare. Probaj. If you have vegetables or fruit on hand, put some on the plate next to the toast to make the plate feel like an actual dinner (and because fiber is the magic food).

Need a miracle: If the siren call of cereal or potato chips or Thin Mints is too much to resist, then at least serve the food on a proper plate and sit at a table to eat. You’ll feel better, I promise.


Dinner prompt

Maybe this doesn’t happen in your house, but it does in mine: One member of our family works late or has sports practice or goes to an event and misses dinner. S/he must then forage for him/herself, alone in the kitchen, drawn as if by magic forces to cereal, chips, and the box of Thin Mints hidden in the freezer, eating directly from the container, shifting from box to bag, trying to get the satisfaction of having an actual meal, but in the end feeling slightly sick and entirely unsatisfied.

Occasional cooking for one is different from routinely having to prepare only one meal, solely for oneself. When there’s a routine, there’s a rhythm of shopping and prepping. Plus, there are actual cookbooks and meal delivery options dedicated to the cause. (If you’re the bookmarking type, there’s a wonderful 2017 round-up in bon appétit: 󈬎 Healthy Recipes for One, Because You Don’t Need Anyone Else.“) (There is something sad about that title, though, isn’t there?)

When cooking for one person is the exception and not the rule, it’s somehow harder. The most important step, perhaps, is making a commitment to prepare something to eat, even if it’s a peanut butter sandwich. Sound ridiculous? Maybe it is but it will be healthier, more satisfying, and less depressing.

Do not misunderstand here. Sometimes, for sure, a bowl of ice cream and glass of wine is just the ticket for a solo dinner. It feels downright rebellious and liberating, from time to time. But having a few other tricks in one’s repertoire is invaluable and also liberating, in a different way. There is power in preparing a meal, a feeling of accomplishment. This is not an unimportant consideration. Teach a child to make a fried egg or grilled cheese, and s/he will have newfound independence.

The go-to standards for solo cooking are, of course, eggs, chicken breasts, and salads. Eggs are the easiest option in most cases, particularly when the solo dinner is unplanned and using what’s on hand is a requirement. (Because who’s going to the store at 9 PM to get sumac and a can of chickpeas and a lemon and some kale to make an “impromptu” dinner for one? No one.)

I love to cook: The differentiator here is not time, but what is likely to be on hand. People who really enjoy cooking are more likely to have, for example, a variety of vinegars and oils in the pantry, a wider range of seasonings, and so on. Chicken paillards with red cabbage and onion slaw avocado and arugula omelet corn and chickpea bowl with miso-jalapeno tahini.

Weeknight reality: Cheese toast feels more indulgent than a cheese sandwich, and it’s almost as easy to prepare. Probaj. If you have vegetables or fruit on hand, put some on the plate next to the toast to make the plate feel like an actual dinner (and because fiber is the magic food).

Need a miracle: If the siren call of cereal or potato chips or Thin Mints is too much to resist, then at least serve the food on a proper plate and sit at a table to eat. You’ll feel better, I promise.


Dinner prompt

Maybe this doesn’t happen in your house, but it does in mine: One member of our family works late or has sports practice or goes to an event and misses dinner. S/he must then forage for him/herself, alone in the kitchen, drawn as if by magic forces to cereal, chips, and the box of Thin Mints hidden in the freezer, eating directly from the container, shifting from box to bag, trying to get the satisfaction of having an actual meal, but in the end feeling slightly sick and entirely unsatisfied.

Occasional cooking for one is different from routinely having to prepare only one meal, solely for oneself. When there’s a routine, there’s a rhythm of shopping and prepping. Plus, there are actual cookbooks and meal delivery options dedicated to the cause. (If you’re the bookmarking type, there’s a wonderful 2017 round-up in bon appétit: 󈬎 Healthy Recipes for One, Because You Don’t Need Anyone Else.“) (There is something sad about that title, though, isn’t there?)

When cooking for one person is the exception and not the rule, it’s somehow harder. The most important step, perhaps, is making a commitment to prepare something to eat, even if it’s a peanut butter sandwich. Sound ridiculous? Maybe it is but it will be healthier, more satisfying, and less depressing.

Do not misunderstand here. Sometimes, for sure, a bowl of ice cream and glass of wine is just the ticket for a solo dinner. It feels downright rebellious and liberating, from time to time. But having a few other tricks in one’s repertoire is invaluable and also liberating, in a different way. There is power in preparing a meal, a feeling of accomplishment. This is not an unimportant consideration. Teach a child to make a fried egg or grilled cheese, and s/he will have newfound independence.

The go-to standards for solo cooking are, of course, eggs, chicken breasts, and salads. Eggs are the easiest option in most cases, particularly when the solo dinner is unplanned and using what’s on hand is a requirement. (Because who’s going to the store at 9 PM to get sumac and a can of chickpeas and a lemon and some kale to make an “impromptu” dinner for one? No one.)

I love to cook: The differentiator here is not time, but what is likely to be on hand. People who really enjoy cooking are more likely to have, for example, a variety of vinegars and oils in the pantry, a wider range of seasonings, and so on. Chicken paillards with red cabbage and onion slaw avocado and arugula omelet corn and chickpea bowl with miso-jalapeno tahini.

Weeknight reality: Cheese toast feels more indulgent than a cheese sandwich, and it’s almost as easy to prepare. Probaj. If you have vegetables or fruit on hand, put some on the plate next to the toast to make the plate feel like an actual dinner (and because fiber is the magic food).

Need a miracle: If the siren call of cereal or potato chips or Thin Mints is too much to resist, then at least serve the food on a proper plate and sit at a table to eat. You’ll feel better, I promise.


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