Megan McArdle offers tips for feeding one or two people.
There are actually two good things about cooking for one or two: The first is that you have fewer tastes to satisfy, and the second is that you don't have to do it so much, if you make big batches of stuff ahead and store them. But this is not going to be the column where I tell you to get with the program because cooking for one is really fun! This is the column where I outline the various strategies to attack what will always remain a vexing problem.
Read the whole thing, and eat up.