Cooking for 1 Wellness Workshop
Solutions to cooking for one
- 30 Canadian dollars$30
- 1025 Wyatt Rd.
Cooking for one! I hear plenty of struggles out there about this topic. So many single or widowed people who feel like cooking for one is depressing, or not “worth” the effort, or more expensive than eating out, etc. And hey, I’ll be the first to admit that at times any of those things can sometimes be true. Taking care to prepare a meal for yourself is a different experience than cooking for others. It can be a fun, casual, and (of course) delicious affair, but there are challenges, from avoiding a fridge full of half-used ingredients to ending up with leftovers that become boring after the third reheat. Let's look at the bright side and think of the perks for cooking for one: *Cook exactly what you want *Cook when you want *No stress about catering (literally) to someone else’s cravings or preferences or special diets *Can have an epic dance party to Taylor Swift in your PJ's *Can cook up egg drop soup for the third night in a row without a care in the world of anyone else watching (or, um, judging) *You can experiment and try new dishes and ingredients and put in the time to learn some new skills. And hey, if the meal goes down in flames (hopefully not literally) as an epic flop, you don’t have to worry about having ruined anyone else’s dinner! *Ingredient list will be given out. We can prep here but may not have time to cook it here. * Split Pea Soup For One(DF, GF) or Broccoli cheddar soup for one(GF) *Greek Chicken Bowl or Pad Thai For One or Salmon Rice Bowl *Lemon Meringue Pie or Apple muffin for one Feedback from some of our last participants: *You two should do a podcast, the information is soo helpful. -Cynthia *What are your biggest takeaways from this course? Wellness is best achieved through developing lifelong healthy habits. I need to be kinder to myself – take time to rest. -Amber 6wk challenge available - please email email@example.com for details
1025 Wyatt Rd., Millgrove, ON L8B 1A3, CAN