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Solo Dining | Study Finds Singular Growth

More people are dining alone, not just when traveling but also when at home.

Recent research from the Bellevue, Wash.-based Hartman Group found about half, or 47 percent, of eating occasions are now alone. 70 more words

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Packaging One-Person Ready-Meals

The modern lifestyle of most consumers has radically changed their way of eating a meal. The roughly 20 meals per week, as was the norm in the past, are either eaten alone, often even in solitude or replaced by some snacking on-the-go, while driving, walking or sitting at their desk. 1,071 more words

Smoky Corn Chowder

It’s the August Bank Holiday weekend here, the equivalent of Labor Day weekend, the official end of all things summery – festivals, backyard barbecues, white pants, Pimms drinking, sunshine. 630 more words

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Summer's End - Tomato Season

While I’ve now gone on about le rentree and the seasons changing and all that good stuff, the produce at the markets belies the cooler days, and the tables full of glorious fruit and vegetables, the best of the year in my opinion, are stacked high with end-of-summer delicacies.   532 more words

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A table for one please!

Travelling solo can be a fantastic journey not only to your chosen destination but one of which you will take into yourself. When you are truly alone, you tend to notice the world differently. 1,355 more words

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Spicy Chicken Soup with Kale and Egg Noodles

Coming back to London after more than a month at the height of summer in a swampy mid-Atlantic state was a shock to my system! While the Tube is still holding fast to the heat its tunnels retained after the couple of weeks of heat (80-85 degrees) they had in July, the temperatures are only getting up into the upper 60s during the day now. 778 more words

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