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Dreamer in Ontario
This recipe was adopted from an old cookbook called Cooking for Two by Sue Russell. I love the flavour of this very quick and simple to prepare steak. I highly recommend that you use whole peppercorns that you crack yourself.
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Shahana
This is from 'Healthy Cooking For Two' and is easy to make and great tasting. Prep time includes the precooking of the dry beans. Do not boil the beans as this will tend to make them mushy.
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Tybooty
Chicken stuffed with bacon, cheddar, and onion, then rolled in breadcrumbs, all flavored with Ranch dry mix. Really, really good, and easier than it sounds, and good make ahead. Good for cooking for two, or easily multiplied for larger groups.
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Tybooty
Chicken stuffed with bacon, cheddar, and onion, then rolled in breadcrumbs, all flavored with Ranch dry mix. Really, really good, and easier than it sounds, and good make ahead. Good for cooking for two, or easily multiplied for larger groups.
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Greeny4444
This recipe is based off of a Cooking Light recipe, but it is not pan fried at all. You could easily double this recipe, but I cook for two, so this is perfect for us. I serve this with veggies and crescent rolls.
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crabhappychick
YUMMY, easy potato dish from Betty Crocker's Cooking for Two over 40 years ago. Made this right after my husband and I were married and its STILL one of our favs.
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AuntWoofieWoof
I love Italian Sausage and I love Sauerkraut. I thought I would cook the two together and see how it would turn out. It was really good. Sauerkraut can tend to be a little
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Martha Sherman
The rich, sour cream-coated noodles in this recipe resembles Stroganoff. Now that I'm cooking for two, I appreciate the fact that this dish yields only four serving.--Martha Sherman, New Holstein, Wisconsin
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Leslie in Texas
A frosty, tequila-based cocktail, perfect for your next BBQ or Mexican dinner! From a July 1985 issue of Bon Appetitin the "Cooking for Two" section featuring a Terrific Texas Barbeque. Easily doubles or triples.
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Chef #1171251
My family swarms to my house when the word is out that i am making this dish. I love it and you can smell it cooking from two stories down!! Dont forget your crusty bread!!!
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KelBel
This scarlet soup, heated with ginger and ground red pepper, is great for cold sufferers. You can serve it steaming hot or ice cold. From Healthy Cooking for Two.
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Wash the lettuce and finely slice it, and then set it aside. Saut the onions or leeks, the celery or fennel, and the carrots in the butter until they are barely wilted. Stir in the flour and cook for two to three minutes. Add the broth, bring the ...
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