Plate For One Presents:

The Home Cook's Corner

Welcome to a community of solo home cooks who are looking to create scrumptious single serve meals that delight the senses while drastically reducing food waste!

A bowl of curry coconut soup with homemade noodles, carrots, broccoli, and well seasoned, pan fried chicken cut into strips.

Imagine For a Moment…

You walk into the grocery store with a crystal clear plan. You glide through the aisles with a smile on your face and a bounce in your step as you pull items from the shelves, thinking of all of the yummy concoctions you will make.

When you get home you whip up a quick meal. You aren’t even worried about that leftover onion and chunk of butternut squash because you know that you have a recipe in your arsenal that will use those ingredients up.

But I'll admit, it doesn't always work out that way, especially when you're cooking for one.

Many times when we go to the grocery store, we go with one or two meals in mind. A delicious pasta dish or maybe some creamy soup.

We buy what we need, make and enjoy the meal, and then think “What the heck am I supposed to do with the rest of these ingredients?!” 


cheesy salt and pepper chicken sandwich

So you go online to find other recipes that use the ingredients you already have, but then those recipes introduce new ingredients, which means even more leftover ingredients and you may not even use up all of the leftovers from the original recipe, so you need to find another recipe, and the cycle goes on and on and on.

(Kind of like that sentence!)

And that's where the home cook's corner comes in!

Where you get 7 exclusive single serve recipes that will be made available to you every month. They are all made from the same ingredients acquired from the same grocery trip (on a week by week basis), plus a few staples you may already have at home.

(I’ll send an email or post about the ingredients we’ll be using every week.)

Lemony pasta with Spinach pesto on a white plate.

These recipes will work in tandem with the ones available for free on the blog. That means if you join The Home Cook’s Corner you will have access to 4 to 5 new recipes every single week!

And each recipe will come with an instructional video and each month you will receive a pdf of the recipes. 

Cheese stuffed Arancini

So... how much?

Join The Home Cook's Corner!

The Home Cook's Corner

Monthly Subscripltion
  • 7 recipes/month
  • Video of Each Recipe
  • PDF of the Recipes

The Home Cook's Corner

Annual Subscription
  • 2 Months Free
  • 7 recipes/month
  • Video of Each Recipe
  • PDF of the Recipes
Blueberry Spice Oatmeal


Is there a community forum?

Nope. As I am a team of one it would be very difficult for me to manage a forum on top of creating the recipes and the videos and everything else. When I do anything for you I want to do it well, and I would not be able to manage a forum well.

What are the recipes labeled Cooking Community? Do I have access to them?

The recipes that are labeled Cooking Community are from version 1 of the The Home Cook’s Corner, and yes you do have access to them. Just know they don’t (currently) have recipe videos and I’m still in the process of putting the stories after the recipes

What types of recipes will be included in the subscription?

There will be breakfast, lunch, and dinner single serve recipes included in the Home Cook’s Corner.

I don't always have the time (or energy) to cook every day. Can I make larger batches of these recipes instead?

Absolutely! All of the recipes can easily be scaled up to create larger batches.

How Are Payments Processed?

I use Memberful to manage subscriptions and they work with Stripe to process payments. This means that I will never handle any of your credit card information.

Hi, I’m Dee! And I’ve spent the past twelve years experimenting in the kitchen to find a way of cooking that works for the solo cook. While I am not a professional chef, I am a home cook who is passionate about creating delicious meals that are a delight to eat and nourishing to the body.

I’ve made a lot of mistakes in the kitchen (and still do) and still have plenty to learn about different foods and culinary traditions and techniques, so I hope you’ll join me on this delicious journey!

P.S. There will be lots of ellipses… Also cheese. And eggs.

(Can a journey be delicious? I guess we’ll see!)

Hope To See You Soon!!

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