Cooking for One and Two Author:Bernard Wile Single girls, single men; brides and grooms -- here's a lighthearted cookbook that shows you how to prepare luscious meals quickly and inexpensively. — You can enjoy marvelous food even if you cook just for yourself! Here is a complete cookbook with menus, recipes, shopping lists, easy-to-follow procedures, and detailed party plans. Most of the... more » suggested dinners can be ready half an hour (or less) after you enter your kitchenette. The instructions are simple and basic; they require no prior culinary knowledge on your part. You get clear and practical guidance on timing each course to come out exactly at the right time, and as you like it. Since shopping can be a problem, you are told exactly how much food to buy, how long and where to store it, and what to do about leftovers.
Cooking for company....who doesn't have to?....becomes a pleasure when you follow the ideas in the delightful cookbook. A chapter entitled "Seduction A Deux" offers fourteen "fancy food" menus that are sure to win compliments (at least) for the cook. Another chapter, "Company for Dinner," has imaginative party meals for varied occasions, including a cocktail party for thirty people.