Toni Lydecker resolved to become a food writer after briefly living in Florence, Italy with her family. She has since moved to St. Petersburg, FL, and her articles on food and culinary travel have appeared in many publications, including Wine Enthusiast, Cooking Light, Fine Cooking, Health, Plate, Executive Traveler, and the Washington Post. She is the author of Serves One: Simple Meals to Savor When You’re on Your Own, Piatto Unico: When One Course Makes a Real Italian Meal, and Seafood alla Siciliana: Recipes and Stories from a Living Tradition. You can read more about Toni’s culinary adventures at http://tavolatalk.com.Back to all authorsBack to top of page
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You’re tired of takeout, frozen entrées, and the umpteenth bowl of cereal, and the thought has crossed your mind that eating like this is probably not healthy. In other words, you’re ready for a real meal and Serves One is here to show the way, with more than 120 fast and fabulous recipes sized just for you.
Nothing could be simpler, healthier, or more delicious than baked or grilled fish, served Sicilian style with a simple samoriglio sauce of olive oil, lemon juice, sea salt, and oregano—and this cookbook shows you how to put such a dish on the table.
As you have no doubt heard and observed, a real Italian meal consists of several courses. Except when it doesn’t.