This is a group that I have not seen before on here.I do cook for one,everyday or two,as it's only me in the apartment.We can also give great ideas on buying groceries for one.It's a whole different ballgame and maybe we can help each other learn.
It can be a good idea to keep some hamburger buns or even hotdog buns in your kitchen. I ran across this recipe and believe that I will be making this one soon as I get some buns. It's called Cheesy Tuna Melt and consist of ----mayo---mustard---relish--onion and possibly a boiled egg and colby jack cheese or another strong tasting cheese of your choice---tuna fish-- Slap all this on the open buns with cheese on top and broil until it melts.
Welcome in my friend to our newest member Tammy Wade! Glad to have you on the team and hope we ROCK the Cooking For One Group by each and everyone of us scouting out new and original meals and tips for onesies or even twosies is just about as close as you can get.
with cooking a small portion. What I usually end up doing is cooking a lot, then portioning it out into individual servings and freeze it. That way I don't have to cook every night and I don't have to figure out how to make a small amount of say spaghetti sauce or chili.
I saw this and thought that it sounded pretty good. Slice a bagel and put honey mustard on both sides.Mix a little cream cheese with chives and spread it on there.Top with cooked canadian bacon or a nice thick slice of ham.I am making myself hungry with this one!
I happened to think of this one just now and I will be having this for lunch today. One large baking potato washed and poked full of holes with a fork. Put this in the microwave with two wet paper towels on top of it and microwave nine minutes. Take out and start piling on some steamed broccoli--colby jack cheese---bacon bits---butter---sour cream--salt and pepper.Sounding good yet?I'm hungry and it's only 11:12 here in North Florida.