Cooking for one has its advantages and disadvantages.
Advantage: I eat what I want, when I want. None of this “I’m a vegetarian,” or “I don’t eat after 6 pm,” or “I don’t eat vegetables, they taste like dirt,” or “I only eat chicken nuggets on alternate Thursdays, otherwise it’s fish sticks.”
Advantage: I can eat over the sink. Or not.
Advantage: I love my old ceramic cooking pot!
Disadvantage: must buy food in large portions at the market. This means one head of cauliflower must go into 3-5 meals in order to use it up. My leeks have been incorporated into at least 6 meals so far. One portion of bechamel has been used 4 times already. One chunk of Gruyeye cheese never seems to get smaller.
So for the sake of Y’ALL, this is what I ate for breakfast!
One (1) chicken breakfast sausage
But don’t think for a minute that I’m now lacking my supplies of cauliflower, leeks, bechamel and gruyeye. Ooooh no. I’ve still ages to go before they’re used up.