Looking for healthy, largely measurement-free, quick meals, and manageable portions? You’re in the right place.
At Kitchen Solo I offer up advice on the best tools that will help you cook for one (or two!) in your home kitchen, as well as reflections on life and food culture in Japan… things like ingredients, prefectural specialties, kitchen experimentations, technique and more.
Pescatarian. Vegetarian. Vegan.
No meat. No waste.
And, hardly anything to cleanup (except your plate!).
Healthy, Easy Recipes Without Sacrificing Taste
Whether you’re eating your next meal standing over the sink, sitting at your computer, or lounging at the table, you want your food to taste amazing. You also want it to be hassle free. Me too. That’s why I created Kitchen Solo.
Inspired by years cooking for one, and recent experiences discovering Japan’s Izakaya culture, we’re sure you’ll like what you find. If you want to eat fit, eat well, and eat affordably you’re in the right place.
- Healthy, Asian-themed “Recipes”
- Cooking Productivity Tips
- Meal Plans!
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Breakfast is easy. Lunch and dinner a bit tricker. Leftover-free meals you can cook all at once, or on the fly.
All Things Baking
Baking for one is just about the best thing ever. All it takes is a few little tins, and a whole lot less clean-up.
Avoiding food waste and excessive spending is all about knowing what’s in your refrigerator. We can help.