Author Archives: Randy Hill

Randy Hill

About Randy Hill

I live in New England and write about cooking meals for one. Follow Randy Hill on Google+.

Not a good week for cooking….

Well, this was one of those weeks. Had two dinners with people I work with — one at a great trendy Mexican restaurant on the water in Boston — and worked late a couple other nights. Then when I went … Continue reading

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Is it worth making a single serving of Shrimp Creole

So many dishes are made by the pot, but I figured I’d give Shrimp Creole a try. I’m not sure the spices will work when you get down to a single serving, but nothing a little tabasco and Filé powder won’t … Continue reading

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Lamb Kabobs

I cook a lot on the grill and kabobs are about as easy as it gets. Usually I’ll just throw them on with some pepper, but this recipe calls for a marinade, so you have to prep it in the … Continue reading

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Beef Curry

  This one is one of my staple dinners. Since I’m no Martha Stewart the curry paste comes out of the jar. This is just a variation of the menu on the jar, but the proportions give me the right … Continue reading

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First Meal

After looking through some recipe books, I decided to try some classics that I’d usually prepare for a family sized meal. So instead of turkey with cornbread stuffing, I decided to go with a roasted chicken quarter and oyster cornbread … Continue reading

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Dinner for one

Well it’s official, I’m home alone and need to start cooking dinner for one. Now it’s time to figure out which recipes scale down to a single serving. Well, that’s not the only goal 🙂 It needs to taste great, … Continue reading

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