A Quick and Easy Spaghetti Sauce

It’s the end of the month. Money is short. You’re tired of ramen. What’s a quick, easy, filling dish you can make after you get home from work? Good old spaghetti, just like when you were a kid. It’s cheap, it’s filling, it’s quick and easy. For most bachelors, you’ll like pick up a jar […]

It’s Time To Plan Your Food Prep Campaign

In The Bachelor’s Kitchen you have planned out your meals for the week. You used your grocery store ad and recipes to make your grocery list. You did your shopping and now you’re home. You have all your containers and tools ready. Now you just have to find that hour a week to do your […]

An Hour A Week To Better Eating

Do your food prep work ahead of time (if you can). Just one hour a week is all you need to prepare a week’s worth of meals.

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Don’t Make These Common Cooking Mistakes

Cooking is both an art and a skill. Whether you are a talented cook or a newbie to the kitchen, people cooking at home can produce dishes that are not as good as they could be. The big problems are temperature of pans and ingredients, not resting hot food or not following food safety rules. […]

Pepper, A Universal Spice

Black pepper is a standard seasoning for just about everything, even some sweets. White green and red peppercorns come from the same plant. They are drupes, berry-like seed husks. Ripe fruit is red. Unripe fruit is green and used to make black pepper. History tells us that pepper was so important to cooking and eating […]

What is the Bachelor’s Kitchen Eating Plan?

This blog is all about helping single men (and women and others) eat better.  A typical bachelor eating pattern consists of pizza, fast food and frozen dinners. That is unhealthy, it’s also expensive and lacking in joy. Cooking your own food is not just cheaper, it’s healthier. Even if you make some sweet, fatty food, […]

Kitchen Intermediates: Casserole Dish

Along side your baking dish and your dutch oven, a casserole is a good addition for your oven cookware.

Kitchen Intermediates: Blender

This common kitchen appliance is a descendant of the drink mixer, most commonly found in restaurants and drug store lunch counters.

Kitchen Intermediates: Egg Pan

A cast iron skillet is a basic necessity. Other useful skillets would be a sauté pan, which has rounded sides making flipping food easy. But probably the best second pan to have is an egg pan.