Solo Suppers by Joyce Esersky Goldstein

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A noted culinary expert presents an entertaining guide to cooking for one person, presenting an array of recipes for delicious and hearty meals, along with valuable advice on smart shopping, stocking the pantry, recipe variations, and essential cooking te
Title: Solo Suppers
Author: Goldstein, Joyce Esersky
Publisher: Chronicle Books Llc
Publication Date: 2003/07/01
Number of Pages: 144
Binding Type: PAPERBACK
Library of Congress: 2002151400

About Joyce Esersky Goldstein

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Joyce Goldstein , chef, author, and teacher, is an acknowledged expert on both Jewish and Mediterranean cooking, as revealed in such books as Enoteca (0-8118-2825-5) and her unprecedented exploration of Jewish cuisine from the diaspora begun in Cucina Ebraica (0-8118-1969-8) and Sephardic Flavors (0-8118-2662-7). She lives in San Francisco. Judi Swinks is a San Francisco-based photographer specializing in food and flowers.
Published September 30, 2011 by Chronicle Books Llc.
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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For many single folks, dinner options often are limited to ordering in or fixing some scrambled eggs and toast. And when the urge to cook a full meal does strike, soloists are habitually left with

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Goldstein (The Mediterranean Kitchen) explains how to go food shopping for one (a "challenging" task, she admits), how to transform leftovers into appealing new dishes (e.g., put leftover chicken in a salad, soup or risotto), how to stock a basic pantry, and how to keep wine (buy half bottles or ...

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