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For a classic grilled sandwich, this recipe is the best. You can also use your imagination for other fillings, such as a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese, Italian seasoning, chives or even a tiny spoonful of salsa. —Edie DeSpain, Logan, Utah
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Lemon Garlic Shrimp

Lemon Garlic Shrimp

Lemon Garlic Shrimp

You just may make memories with this yummy Lemon Garlic Shrimp, suggests Kristine DeGaetano from Brick, New Jersey. “This was the meal I cooked for my husband on our first date,” she recalls. “To this day, he still remembers that night whenever I cook it for him.” TIP: If you’re watching your sodium intake, serve over regular long grain or wild rice, rather than a mix. Tip idea: If you are watching your sodium, serve this over regular long grain or wild rice, not from a mix. From a mix, 1 cu

Wild West Wellingtons

Wild West Wellingtons

Wild West Wellingtons

"This spicy spin-off of traditional Beef Wellington is so attractive that it's perfect for a special occasion," says Jenni Dise of Phoenix, Arizona. "If you like extra-spicy fare, choose a hot salsa rather than mild or medium."

Apricot-Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

Apricot-Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

Apricot-Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

“The cheese in this festive dish adds a nutty flavor and creamy texture,” writes Agnes Ward from Stratford, Ontario. “This is definitely an entree two will enjoy—I know we do.”
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Marinated Barbecued Chuck Roast

Marinated Barbecued Chuck Roast

Marinated Barbecued Chuck Roast

Bette Roman of Brookfield, Illinois won first place in a local recipe contest with this tasty roast. “It's great for just the two of us or for company,” shares Bette. “I usually serve it with baked potatoes and corn-on-the-cob.”

Favorite Chicken Breasts

Favorite Chicken Breasts

Favorite Chicken Breasts

"With its rich, creamy sauce, this easy baked chicken is a favorite," notes Traci Claycomb of Vero Beach, Florida.

Cornish Hens with Rice Stuffing

Cornish Hens with Rice Stuffing

Cornish Hens with Rice Stuffing

I came across this recipe a few years ago around Thanksgiving. The golden, juicy hens and festive rice stuffing make a memorable feast for two. Best of all, we're not eating leftovers for days on end.—Kathy Meyer, Kenosha, Wisconsin

Chinese Pepper Steak

Chinese Pepper Steak

Chinese Pepper Steak

My husband enjoys Chinese food, and he's my test kitchen judge. Thus far, there aren't many dishes he doesn't care for. Early in our marriage, I tried not to serve some of the common dishes I grew up with and have become more creative with cooking. —Shirley Claggett Melfort, Saskatchewan

Tangy Mini Meat Loaves

Tangy Mini Meat Loaves

Tangy Mini Meat Loaves

IT'S FUN to make miniature meat loaves instead of one big loaf...and they cook up quickly in a skillet rather than in the oven. The unique combination of flavors gives the ground beef zip. This recipe is one of my old standbys for a speedy supper. -Paula Martin, Paxinos, Pennsylvania

Special Seafood Kabobs

Special Seafood Kabobs

Special Seafood Kabobs

Grilling might become a year-round affair when you taste these scrumptious kabobs from Marie Rizzio of Interlochen, Michigan. This elegant entrée combines plump shrimp, tender swordfish and scallops with chunks of veggies and pineapple.

Grilled Cordon-Bleu Pork Chops

Grilled Cordon-Bleu Pork Chops

Grilled Cordon-Bleu Pork Chops

Perfect for a backyard barbecue or an afternoon tailgate, these cheesy chops from Marcia Obenhaus of Princeton, Illinois will hit the spot at any time and any place!

Zesty Ham Sandwich

Zesty Ham Sandwich

Zesty Ham Sandwich

I learned that in Rome and other parts of Italy, pizza simply started out as bread with oil and herbs on it. In some locales, cheese, tomato and grilled meat were added. With the basic original pizza ingredients surrounding me, I was inspired to make a modern version of an ancient food and this recipe was born.—Mara Mcauley, Hinsdale, New York
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