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An audio exploration of what happens when the Paris fairytale ends and real-life begins, one solo dinner at a time.

Location: a kitchen in Paris

Dinner For One Sutanya Dacres

    • Society & Culture

An audio exploration of what happens when the Paris fairytale ends and real-life begins, one solo dinner at a time.

Location: a kitchen in Paris

    S4: EP 8 6 Things Cooking Dinner for One During A Global Pandemic Taught Me

    S4: EP 8 6 Things Cooking Dinner for One During A Global Pandemic Taught Me

    The pandemic is far from over but this past year and a half has been quite a doozy, no? I’m still processing everything we’ve all been through and trying not to be too nervous and anxious about what’s next, so I decided to get on my soapbox and talk about the 6 *positive* things cooking dinner for one during a global pandemic taught me while making a tomato salad (yummmy whole grain bread not pictured).  The salad is so simple and delish. It’s just cherry tomatoes, red onions, feta, and parsley.

    • 37 min
    S4 Ep 7: Cooking as an Experience w/ Manal Al Saleh

    S4 Ep 7: Cooking as an Experience w/ Manal Al Saleh

    In this episode, Manal shares with me (and you!) how the entire experience of cooking inspires her, has changed her life, and continues to motivate her to push herself to new heights. She also shares wisdom around being a mom and not falling into the trap of thinking you need to do it all.

    • 43 min
    For The Love of Cooking w/ Rebecca Plotnick

    For The Love of Cooking w/ Rebecca Plotnick

    Rebecca Plotnick, creator of the beautiful award-winning blog Everyday Parisian ticks two very important Dinner for One boxes: a love of cooking and Paris. After a few years living between Paris and the US she currently back in the states, but that hasn’t decreased her love of Paris and the French way of life (including the food bien sur).

    • 51 min
    S4: EP 5 How To Love w/Gabrielle Barnes

    S4: EP 5 How To Love w/Gabrielle Barnes

    One of my closest friends from my years in the states joined me on this episode to discuss her approach to fostering a healthy romantic relationship, her journey to understanding and accepting her emotions, and how to be comfortable with yourself. Her well of love runs deep and wide and I'm thrilled to have her on the show.

    • 40 min
    S4: Ep 4 Sisterhood of the Traveling Yassa Chicken w/ Natasha Nyanin

    S4: Ep 4 Sisterhood of the Traveling Yassa Chicken w/ Natasha Nyanin

    I had the pleasure to chat with New York-based, Ghanaian writer and creative consultant Natasha Nyanin about her tried and true Senegalese Yassa Chicken. Natasha elevates cooking, hosting, and designing her tables to an art form. It's not just about eating to sustain yourself, one should embrace all of the sensory pleasures that come with a beautiful and delicious meal.

    • 50 min
    S4: Ep 3 French Soul Food w/ Laurianne Melierre

    S4: Ep 3 French Soul Food w/ Laurianne Melierre

    Journaliste, fondatrice de l'agence de rédaction PLUME et animatrice du podcast Manger, Laurianne Melierre m'a rejoint dans ma petite Parisian cuisine pour enregistrer ce bel épisode.

    Nous avons parlé de tout... de l’identité française aux “food projects” dans lesquels Laurianne s’est lancée pendant le confinement de l’année dernière (comme cuisiner un pigeon qui me laisse toujours bouche-bée!)

    • 35 min

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