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Also, if you are using the cheese, hold back on the salt until after adding the cheese. You may find that you will not need as much, as Parmesan is rather salty. Transfer the pesto to a jar and pour a little olive oil on top to maintain its bright green color. Pesto will keep for many weeks in the refrigerator. It may be frozen, but preferably without the cheese and garlic. You might be better off just chopping the basil with the oil in the blender or processor and freezing that mixture instead, and then adding the other ingredients when it comes time to use it.
Leftovers: The Basic Reheat and the New Creation Leftovers fall into two categories. The first is the basic reheat; in other words, you eat it again just as you prepared it the first time. More interesting for the cook is the creative use of leftovers to make a new dish. Fortunately, both kinds of leftovers have a place in your life. If you’ve made a hearty soup, it is perfectly wonderful reheated, maybe even better. No need to change it. Good is good, even the second time around. ) For a little variety, you can change the side dishes.
You may eat at your desk or grab a bite near the office, and even if you work at home, it’s unlikely that you’ll stop to cook because there is too much to do. Again, weekends may be different, but most solo people I know run a zillion errands on Saturday, see friends Saturday night, and on Sunday see friends, family, or films. They might do some cooking on Sunday for the rest of the week, but it’s a low-key social day and probably an early evening. Now, I realize that some people believe that the obvious solution to cooking for one is a book of only fast and easy recipes.