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    • caronc
    • By caronc 13th Jan 17, 7:32 PM
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    Cooking for one
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    • 13th Jan 17, 7:32 PM
    Cooking for one 13th Jan 17 at 7:32 PM
    ****There is now a new thread "Cooking for one (Mark Two)" which can be found here http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5680849

    Hi, newbie poster though long time lurker trying to adjust to being an empty-nester and due to some substantial changes income-wise in the next couple of months trying to cut my costs and adjust my shopping to mainly solo dining. I abhor waste so good that way and do cook from scratch/batch cook the vast majority of the time. I do "sort of" meal plan but it can be a bit hit or miss depending on my health is on any given day. I'm reliant on on-line shopping so can't take advanage of aldi/Lidl etc. What (if any) changes did you make when changing to a single-person household?



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    • moneyistooshorttomention
    • By moneyistooshorttomention 17th Jun 17, 12:01 PM
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    Whilst you've got space in your freezer - perhaps you could try making ice lollies with the Ribena?

    Considering as how we've got some decent weather at last - well, if we have here, then you must have there I guess...
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    • SunnyGirl
    • By SunnyGirl 17th Jun 17, 12:44 PM
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    Well I've certainly learned about micro climates today, I'm amazed. Still cloudy and warm here but it's been a busy morning for once so it's passed quickly.

    All this talk of making lollies has got me thinking I'm sure I have some moulds somewhere. I used to make 24 at a time for the children and think I saw them at the very back of the cupboard where I keep the Tupperware style containers. Fancying a lolly and have some apple juice that would be perfect....
    • caronc
    • By caronc 17th Jun 17, 1:35 PM
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    Good Evenin' Oneskis

    I've been rather 'good' the last couple of days actually eating salad type stuff with one thing or another.

    Went and did a big shop the other evening as the cupboards were bare and treated myself to some fresh fish . I didn't buy anything sweet other than yoghurts so I am a chocolate/biscuit/cake etc free zone. If a sweet craving hits me I have wholemeal bread, unsalted butter and marmalade to see me through

    I haven't read the last page/s of this thread but hope all is well with you all
    Originally posted by karcher
    That's sounds promising - hope you are getting your mojo back
    ..and I'm just grinning ruefully thinking "I wish I'd known about caron's idea of soaking paper before disposing of it - ie to obliterate the text on it". That would be before I painstakingly shredded absolutely loads of paperwork with a little manual shredder

    I'm now frequently using the tips from here of putting something to defrost on metal and it defrosts much quicker. Also the idea of cutting cheese into 1" chunks (before putting in box in freezer). I found those cheese chunks do defrost very quickly anyway. Also been doing the grating the Parmesan straight from the freezer one.

    So it's all proving useful to know.
    Originally posted by moneyistooshorttomention
    I've picked up so many tips on here - always good to share collective know-how
    Poor you these wee home shredders are such hard work. Once the stuff has had a good soak if you squeeze it into ball or brick shapes and let them dry out they make great firelighters for woodburners or bbqs. I'm hoping to bbq in a couple of weeks when both my boys are home so will make some.
    Oh it can.

    It's a bit of a lifesaver to me - coming from somewhere with better weather than here.

    I know I can travel to somewhere else (ie a location I like anyway) that's only about 2 miles away from here and chances are that the weather will be a bit better than here. There's also a location a 20 minute bus trip from here where the weather tends to be that bit better too (ditto a location I prefer to here).

    On the other side is a local friend who also moved here and I have a "standing joke" comment about "Oh - that house is at ****** location. That explains why it's cheaper" and we both groan at just how bad the weather is known to be there. Also another location walking distance from my house has weather so bad that it's the unwary incomer that would buy a place there in the summer - as everyone lays bets as to whether they will put the place on the market again after their first winter there.

    It's surprising just how there can be a different micro-climate not that far away. Mind you there are those of us that never really believed weather could be that different elsewhere in the country - until we moved elsewhere in it.....ahem....cough....Just thankthelawd I didnt pick ******* location my friend and I joke about (though it's too remote for me to have considered anyway) and the walking distance worse location would be possible but more hassle than where I am.

    *************

    Oh well - at least the stain in carpet came up okay thankfully. I did manage to finish sorting out all my food supplies and they are now SO logically laid-out - vinegars all together, oils all together, grains all together and in alphabetical order, etc, etc. Pasturesnew would be proud of the logical thinking here - before she started telling me it was too "modern food" for her taste LOL.
    Originally posted by moneyistooshorttomention
    Loads of micro climates around here - I'm used to it now.... Glad the stain lifted

    Had a lazy morning and a leisurely breakfast of toast & banana, a flat peach and a small glass of tomato juice so off to a good start F&V wise today. Lunch was a re-run of yesterday of a ciabatta roll with roast pork, rocket, coleslaw and a handful of radishes (unfortunately bought ones - mine are being very slow to form though a few are looking promising). Not sure about tonight possibly chicken wings
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    • moneyistooshorttomention
    • By moneyistooshorttomention 17th Jun 17, 2:08 PM
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    The whole area where I am is windy. What I'm used to is occasional mild breezes and the very occasional gale. What I get now is very frequent wind and pretty frequent gales (cue for me now knowing why some metal garden furniture is advertised as coping with heavy winds - as I had to get rid of the standard metal furniture I had and buy the "heavy duty" version instead). I also bought a heavy-duty umbrella that says it's capable of withstanding bad winds since moving.

    I sympathise re the winds - as wind is my most "unfavourite" weather I think. I know you also hate it. My particular house cops it to a large extent - but it's positively sheltered compared to when I get to the main road into town and I'm "blown to bits" there pretty frequently. I am now used to looking windblown rather frequently....

    I don't like grey skies either and....you guessed it....

    Thankfully today - it's hot/blue skies/calm/dry - whew!!!!! Thank goodness....been out once already today and must do some gardening later.

    Lightning nearby like that as a frequent thing sounds pretty worrying.
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    • Farway
    • By Farway 17th Jun 17, 2:58 PM
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    Now put some Worcester sauce on the cheese as well and that would be my idea of heaven
    Originally posted by Hollyharvey
    Damn. wish I had thought of that. Another oneski tip filed away for the future

    PN I did warn you about the Lidl weekend, yours sounds a hell on earth like mine. Which is why I never bother regardless of the bargain offer to be had

    Micro climates, I live about 10 miles inland, hill between me & sea, and South Downs between me and t' north, like Guildford

    Very noticeable weather difference, seeing cars coming down with snow on them for instance. The daffs are guide, always a fortnight difference between coast & me, and e again once over the Downs

    Meanwhile it is blooming melting hot & sunny here, should really be a salad but I have the cod from yesterday in fridge, so will use one for fish N chips dinner, freeze the other

    I woke very early, 4AM, moon was shining in, no hairs on back of hands yet though. I got up and took a photo of moon, and yet again it was rubbish, but one day I'll get the good un

    Did spot of volunteer gardening, than a hot mooch about this morning, only a lettuce and some bashed YS bananas, rest not worth buying and I have enough food to last in this weather

    So hot I had a pint of soda & lime in the pub instead of coffee, just the job

    No breakfast but did have a bacon bap while out and talking in a cafe and collecting my father's day card, so sort of brunchy

    Lunch was the promised banger baguette, using the opened bangers & BBE bake it yourself broken baguette

    Dinner as mentioned will be Fish & Chips, maybe open another tin of beans or nuke some peas, not sure, but beans would carry over for maybe more beans on toast some day soon

    Garden more watering when it cools down a bit, and about 70% sure I have embryo grapefruit now, well done those bumble bees
    • Hollyharvey
    • By Hollyharvey 17th Jun 17, 5:06 PM
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    Afternoon everyone,


    I hope that you are all enjoying the weather.
    PN- It's a bit too hot for me as well today.


    Apart from getting my own breakfast of yoghurt, berries and a banana I haven't has to do anything food related so far today other then eat it.


    I've been out with my brother's family and our visitors to a few different placed that we all know well but that I haven't been to for a number of years.


    We went to the seaside at lunchtime and had a bar meal in a pub (air conditioned I'm pleased to say) And then a walk along the prom and an ice cream for pudding.


    We have come back to my brother's now and just had afternoon tea and are all going out for a meal later.


    I could sure get used to this not having to worry about food, and just sit down and have it provided especially in this hot weather.


    Tomorrow will be much of the same. I shall miss this next week when I have to get back to CFO.
    • caronc
    • By caronc 17th Jun 17, 7:10 PM
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    Good evening everyone,
    Farway - fingers crossed re your baby grapefruit
    Holly - sounds like a lovely day, I bet your family enjoyed your baking
    PN- sounds like a decent pizza well worth the money

    Plans to garden this afternoon went skew whiff when my balance decided it wasn't playing so ended up mainly horizontal for most of the afternoon. Did manage to sort out my bed linen though, I had far too much so a bag has been made up for the charity shop. It's all now neatly folded in the wardrobe space I cleared the other day

    I've chicken wings out for tonight which I'll have with the 1/2 baked sweet potato I froze a few weeks ago, a corn cob and probably some mushrooms. I've got a bag of diced pork cheek out to defrost for tomorrow that had been in there for ages so that will getting popped in the slow cooker with with thai red curry paste and coconut milk first thing.
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    • moneyistooshorttomention
    • By moneyistooshorttomention 17th Jun 17, 7:19 PM
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    Thankgawd for decent weather today and it's an enormous relief to me personally to have some reasonable weather at LAST - and I'm full of plans now for how to maximise food output from the garden/hide neighbouring eyesores (yep...I'm now in a "loadsa concrete/barren/barren etc type area" as regards peoples personal gardens - so there is a lot of "greening" to do on my own garden to ensure that that at least doesnt impact on me personally).

    At long long long blimmin' last I feel like I might start "reaping my reward" for an enormous amount of money on the one hand/effort on the other hand. Astonishing just what difference a bit of decent weather makes.....and I'm heaving enormous sighs of relief right now....whew! whew! whew!.

    I've got enormous amounts of strawberries to find a use for right now - and I am not going to put on my dehydrator in current weather. I've given away absolutely loads/loads have gone into t'freezer and I've now got loads more....thinking cap on as to what to do with them for the best? If I was heading off towards voluntary work stuff I'm doing tomorrow - then I'd just put them out there in bags with a note on saying "Pay what you feel". But next voluntary work stint is some days away. Suggestions on a postcard please - as it seems a shame to waste them....

    Think I should get me a fig tree right now. Dual purpose - of a bit of screening (to give me some more privacy in the garden/block out a bit more "eyesore" stuff) and any figs I get from it should come in handy for "summat or other". Wondering what is the best type of fig tree to cope with "blimmin' weather" I get here???? All suggestions welcome - and reminding myself that at least I don't have to put up with the midges I keep reading about north of t'border....

    That's my personal take on things, ie it doesnt matter if I land up getting loads of some "crop" or other - as I'm guessing I'll find some use or other for it and it won't go to waste.

    Just feeling a little bit celebratory right now - that I am making a bit of visible progress - before I tackle what's left to sort out.....

    Time for dinner I think....before I get on to "planning big time" re what's what on the food front now that I've got a more usable kitchen.
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    • caronc
    • By caronc 17th Jun 17, 7:35 PM
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    Thankgawd for decent weather today and it's an enormous relief to me personally to have some reasonable weather at LAST - and I'm full of plans now for how to maximise food output from the garden/hide neighbouring eyesores (yep...I'm now in a "loadsa concrete/barren/barren etc type area" as regards peoples personal gardens - so there is a lot of "greening" to do on my own garden to ensure that that at least doesnt impact on me personally).

    At long long long blimmin' last I feel like I might start "reaping my reward" for an enormous amount of money on the one hand/effort on the other hand. Astonishing just what difference a bit of decent weather makes.....and I'm heaving enormous sighs of relief right now....whew! whew! whew!.

    I've got enormous amounts of strawberries to find a use for right now - and I am not going to put on my dehydrator in current weather. I've given away absolutely loads/loads have gone into t'freezer and I've now got loads more....thinking cap on as to what to do with them for the best? If I was heading off towards voluntary work stuff I'm doing tomorrow - then I'd just put them out there in bags with a note on saying "Pay what you feel". But next voluntary work stint is some days away. Suggestions on a postcard please - as it seems a shame to waste them....

    Think I should get me a fig tree right now. Dual purpose - of a bit of screening (to give me some more privacy in the garden/block out a bit more "eyesore" stuff) and any figs I get from it should come in handy for "summat or other". Wondering what is the best type of fig tree to cope with "blimmin' weather" I get here???? All suggestions welcome - and reminding myself that at least I don't have to put up with the midges I keep reading about north of t'border....

    That's my personal take on things, ie it doesnt matter if I land up getting loads of some "crop" or other - as I'm guessing I'll find some use or other for it and it won't go to waste.

    Just feeling a little bit celebratory right now - that I am making a bit of visible progress - before I tackle what's left to sort out.....

    Time for dinner I think....before I get on to "planning big time" re what's what on the food front now that I've got a more usable kitchen.
    Originally posted by moneyistooshorttomention
    Glad your getting there
    Use your excess strawberries to make strawberry vodka or gin it's easy and really lush and makes a great pressie as well. Add a minimum of 500g chopped strawberries to 1L of booze cheap stuff is fine. Keep in a cool, dark place (not the fridge) giving it a shake every couple of days. After 4-6 weeks strain through fine cloth and add 100-150g sugar (depending on how sweet the fruit are) dissolved in 250ml of water, shake well. Leave for a few days then strain and bottle. Can be drunk straight away but better to sit for at least month - it's lovely in a tall glass with soda and ice
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    • Hollyharvey
    • By Hollyharvey 18th Jun 17, 7:58 AM
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    Morning all,


    It's already hot and sunny here this morning.


    I'm going to do some scrambled egg on toast in a minute for breakfast. I fancy that this morning. Then I am being picked up by my cousin.


    Lunch will be whatever we all grab while we are out. As it's fathers day and we are not booked in anywhere I think it will be where ever we can get a sandwich.


    This afternoon we will go back to my brother's and my SIL is going to do a cold buffet. There are some nice established trees in my brother's garden so I will be able to sit under one of them in the shade.


    PN that pizza sounds lovely and well worth the price. Have a good day if you do decide to go to the beach.
    caronc I hope that you have a better day today.
    • PasturesNew
    • By PasturesNew 18th Jun 17, 8:26 AM
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    It's warm here.

    I've made four rounds of sandwiches, so if I do randomly decide to go out that's ready to grab. Just basic sandwiches, 2x tomato, 1x cheese/tomato, 1x cheese/pickle.
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    • moneyistooshorttomention
    • By moneyistooshorttomention 18th Jun 17, 9:07 AM
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    Nice weather here again today. Basically zilch buses on a Sunday here - so restricted to whatever I can walk to. Think it might be too hot for walking around midday (am not complaining - being from the West Country and I spent some of my childhood being brought up in hot climates). Hence the enormous sighs of relief here whenever there is decent weather - so more gardening and I can nip in and out for cool drinks, etc, as required.

    So today will feature salad - and, now I've got a well-organised kitchen at last, I can feel some proper meal planning coming on for the future....
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    • kittie
    • By kittie 18th Jun 17, 9:26 AM
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    oooh I feel your happiness money, was like that when my kitchen was finished

    Food as planned yesterday and today is what I can get from the freezer, I need the space. Croissant to start, left over pizza and salad later and pre-frozen pasta sauce with chopped greens and pasta for last meal. I can`t believe how slowly I get through food now that I am solo. I am going to forward plan better for my freezer but first I need to get through what I have while simultaneously filling with my many allotment currants. Picking again tomorrow morning, early as it is so hot

    Trouble is that the grandchildren are growing into lots of weekend activities, when they used to come here for me to babysit. I go with the flow, it was bound to happen but I need to quickly adjust my food hoarding mindset. The dried food, tins and drinks are certainly going down, so much so that I have space but I do have zillions of tins of sardines. It will be sardines twice a week all through winter

    Btw part roasted carrots, having been tossed in olive oil, were frozen as I accidentally ordered 5kg instead of 500g and they are reallly nice redone in the oven for a short time. I won`t make that ordering mistake again.

    Just off to stock up with drinks, ice lollies and ice cream as it is going to be roasting all through glasto and I won`t be able to drive anywhere and I am an ice cream and chocolate addict
    • PasturesNew
    • By PasturesNew 18th Jun 17, 9:32 AM
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    ....I can`t believe how slowly I get through food now that I am solo.

    I need to quickly adjust my food hoarding mindset. The dried food, tins and drinks are certainly going down, so much so that I have space but I do have zillions of tins of sardines. It will be sardines twice a week all through winter

    Originally posted by kittie
    This is one of the things that those not CFO can't grasp. You have to restrict your choice because it takes so long to eat anything you buy.

    Over time it's easier to just eat toast and crumpets because once you've bought a loaf of bread ... that's 10 rounds of sandwiches or 20 pieces of toast (10 meals) ...

    It's difficult, and different, for each individual to always get it right - but you do feel you're forever "going without" and "using up", as a lifestyle, whereas for others it's not perpetual.

    Omnipresent leftovers and food to use up .... once anything is opened or bought it lingers... and nags.

    I try to use things up in a different way all the time, to break the monotony, but it's not ideal as you simply don't fancy it ... e.g. the takeaway I bought: chicken/batter, S/S sauce, rice. Ate the chicken/batter, S/S sauce, rice on night one. Night two I had the chicken/batter, made more rice and served with curry sauce. Night three, I had the chicken/batter with chips. I'd have liked to have stopped at "get a takeaway and eat it".
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    • moneyistooshorttomention
    • By moneyistooshorttomention 18th Jun 17, 10:03 AM
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    Our singles theme PasturesNew - re those leftovers - as we know...

    Anyways - my thought for the day on that being that I've got several specific leftovers cookbooks.

    Now the ones I think are well worth having on a singles bookshelf re this are:

    "The Leftovers Handbook" - by Suzy Bowler
    "Eat Well, Waste Less - an A-Z guide to using up leftovers" - Bish Muir (a Green Books Guide).

    It might???? even be possible for people to get the "Eat well etc" book from your local County Council? Some of them were giving them away free a while back.
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    • meg72
    • By meg72 18th Jun 17, 12:09 PM
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    Have decided theres not going to be much cooking here for a while as have finally commited to a massive declutter on my house. Ive so much stuff of my Sons and Mum and Dads that Ive hung onto since they passed 5 years ago . It just makes me sad to see it So out its going and anything else I find I don't need or use.

    So foodwise I picked up 4 of the £3 prepared packs in Asda ys at £1.30 each.

    I have gammon and pineapple, chicken with ham and mushrooms, smokey bbq chicken and sweet chilli chicken. Each one is two portions and just needs MV or popping in the oven. Not bad at £5.20 for 8 meals but wouldn't buy at full price Got a huge bag of new pots 2kg at the Taste not Waste shop for 50p and have prepared a load of throw in the airfryer wedges and boiled a few. have got loads of salady stuff in fridge, so think I am sorted and ready to get stuck in to the declutter
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    • PasturesNew
    • By PasturesNew 18th Jun 17, 12:13 PM
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    So foodwise I picked up 4 of the £3 prepared packs in Asda ys at £1.30 each.

    I have gammon and pineapple, chicken with ham and mushrooms, smokey bbq chicken and sweet chilli chicken. Each one is two portions and just needs MV or popping in the oven. Not bad at £5.20 for 8 meals but wouldn't buy at full price Got a huge bag of new pots 2kg at the Taste not Waste shop for 50p and have prepared a load of throw in the airfryer wedges and boiled a few. have got loads of salady stuff in fridge, so think I am sorted and ready to get stuck in to the declutter
    Originally posted by meg72
    This post shows what you can do with the right shops, shops that YS and the right gadgets

    I'm tempted by an airfrier .... it's on my "think about that" list for late 2018.... when I'll have room to house it.
    • caronc
    • By caronc 18th Jun 17, 1:17 PM
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    Good afternoon,

    My sister is picking me up in a bit and we will visit our Dad. I've got him a chamomile plant for his door step it smells lovely and should look pretty when it flowers.

    I was going to make a thai red curry in the SC but the meat hasn't defrosted yet so that's getting bumped until tomorrow. Breakfast was toast & cheese spread, a couple of small flat peaches and a glass of tomato juice. These peaches weren't as nice as the last pack, ok but the last lot were especially good. Lunch was a quick plate of mini pork pies and salad. No idea what I'll have for dinner now.
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    • PasturesNew
    • By PasturesNew 18th Jun 17, 1:50 PM
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    .... a glass of tomato juice....
    Originally posted by caronc
    I've never had tomato juice as a drink. I've been aware of it forever ... but never seen anybody drink any - and the idea grosses me out as I'd imagine it'd be like opening a tin of tomatoes and drinking the juice in that. Is that what it's like? If so, ewwwwwwwwwwww.
    • meg72
    • By meg72 18th Jun 17, 1:59 PM
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    This post shows what you can do with the right shops, shops that YS and the right gadgets

    I'm tempted by an airfrier .... it's on my "think about that" list for late 2018.... when I'll have room to house it.
    Originally posted by PasturesNew
    Airfryers are so good, I originally bought mine as I wanted to lose weight, I got it cheap on ebay as was local collection and I paid £20 it was almost brand new. Since Ive had it its saved me a fortune in oil, helped me get to target with slimming world but most of all its so safe compared to deep fat fryer and much less faff to clean. Definetely one of my better buys.
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