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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

Coping Strategy

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

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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