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Re: Re: Cooking for one


    When my husband was single, he used sprinkle a boneless, skinless chicken breast with lemon pepper, cover with plastic and microwave it. With so many microwave styles and powers, I can’t tell you for how long, this would take some experimentation, but I also remember him sticking a small bowl of green beans in as well. In a few minutes, he had a meat and veggie for dinner. When he started cooking for me, he made alot of slow cooked roasts. These days, crock pots come in many sizes, and you can ask your butcher counter to cut a larger roast into smaller portions. Or else cook the whole darn thing an refreeze as the other folks have suggested. Eating pre-made frozen can also mean eating alot of additives that we’re all trying to stay away from these days, despite how good they seem to taste. I am certainly guilty of enjoying the convenience at times. My son, prefers to keep a few peices of boiled chicken in his fridge. He adds this to salads, mixes it with mayo, onions and celery for a spread, puts some in a quesadilla, or simply grabs one to eat while driving. Personally, I like a little more flavor, but hey, it’s an idea.