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For the single-dwelling cook?


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For the single-dwelling cook?

link_930 | Jul 24, 2008 06:51 PM

My Googling attempts have been futile, so I thought someone here could help. Sometimes I want to make one serving of rice, arroz con pollo or various soups, and found that even a two-quart pot is too large and the food does not come out right (ie risotto or confit, and dishes where the food must be immersed in liquid). I've easily found tiny pans for one egg, little steamer baskets, etc. but am looking for things like one-quart pots with lids, single-serving baking dishes (say, for a chicken leg and a handful of vegetables) -- items that are not easily found (or if they are, please let me know) but are convenient for single-dwellers who prefer to cook their food at home.

I appreciate any feedback, and thanks!

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