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Solo dining at Spago

I enjoy eating solo. While I understand that sharing a meal is a pleasurable social experience, I also know that some of my most memorable meals have come when I’ve dined by myself. 1,014 more words

Food Travel

High Tea with Bruce Lee

Everybody has different levels of tolerance for solitude. Me, I’ve always had well-developed solitude management skills. I would do just fine on house arrest.  It actually sounds kinda relaxing to me.  1,844 more words

Weird Stuff

Flattery Gets You Everywhere.

Sometimes I treat myself during my lunch break and pick one of the cafes near my work to eat at. The one I picked last Monday happens to have a really delicious BBQ beef ribs with Hickory Sauce that I really enjoy. 335 more words

Work

Table For One?

Positive:

1. I don’t feel guilty about ordering that expensive dish.

2. It makes me feel like an independent grown-up person.

3. I like my own company. 87 more words

Australia

5 top tips for solo dining A.L.O.N.E in Paris & beyond...

“No one puts Baby in the corner”

When I started this blog, Liquid Marmalade, I was ashamed to tell people about it for fear they were going to judge me. 609 more words

Paris

Quinoa Veggie Salad Bowl

I know it’s been a while devoted readers, and for that I do apologize, however please understand that eating sugar-free does not generally make for interesting reading. 892 more words

Recipe

Hearing Myself Chew

I’m trying a new thing: eating alone at home, without characters from a book or a tv show to keep me company. I did it for the first time yesterday, with my homemade pumpkin and carrot soup, and (gluten-free!) ciabatta bread slathered with roasted garlic. 328 more words

Thinking