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Cooking Index
Swiss chard leaves and stems are often cooked as two different vegetables: the leaves like spinach and the stems like celery. However, if the chard is young and the stems are soft and narrow, leaves and stems can be cooked together.
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darmorrow
From Cooks Illustrated, Cooking for Two 2009. A great crumble recipe that is easy to make and just makes enough for tonight's dessert. For those people that find it hard to resist leftovers
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MechanicalJen
Blackened veggies and salsas make me think summer! Found in Pampered Chef's "Cooking for Two or More". What a lovely recipe, which sounds much more complicated than it actually is! The salsa makes the dish.
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sexymommalucas
Reprinted from Cooking for Two or More by the Pampered Chef Test Kitchens. "The marinated artichokes in this classic Italian egg dish lend it a delicious, tart flavor."
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jeannie smith
Cooking for two sometimes poses problems with sauce mixes, so I combined two recipes into one to use the extra sauce. The chicken can be used straight from the freezer.
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Leslie in Texas
This is a terrific salad that pairs well with barbeque or Mexican entrees. From a July 1985 issue of Bon Appetit in the "Cooking for Two" section featuring a "Terrific Texas Barbeque". The recipes doubles or triples easily.
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KelBel
This stew is cooked in two ways. While the meat is simmering in the beer, the vegetables are roasting in the oven. Put together for the last 10 minutes to simmer, and you have a rich and satisfying stew. Serve with crusty bread.
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mama smurf
This is a crunchy and flavorful recipe I make quite often (my DH loves cabbage). I originally found in in Cooking for Two by Bernice Knutson. I have changed it a little and it makes plenty for two to three people.
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A Messy Cook
Delicious side dish or vegetarian main dish, sized for two. Easy to double or triple if you want to serve more people! This is low-fat and packed with veggies. Original recipe is from Cooking for Two, published by Taste of Home.
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Hey Jude
This is a great, easy side dish to just about anything...chicken, pork, etc. The roasting carmelizes the sugar in the cabbage and develops a rich deep flavor. Adapted from 'The Everything Cooking for Two Cookbook'.
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Pianolady
This is a fantastic way to enjoy crispy potatoes. I love to serve this with my recipe for Full Flavored Steak #99104. I hope you enjoy it! The recipe is from Better Homes & Gardens / Great Cooking For Two.
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mama smurf
Another recipe from Cooking for Two Spring 2006. I haven't tried this yet but I am putting it here for comments and so I won't loose it and can try it. It sounded and looked delicious!
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