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Sandwiches for Two

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Green Chili Grilled Cheese

Green Chili Grilled Cheese

Green Chili Grilled Cheese

An old favorite gets a Southwest twist in these savory sandwiches suggested by Emily Hockett (above with husband Van) of Federal Way, Washington. "I make grilled cheese often in summer when it's too hot to use the oven," she relates. "It is a nice light lunch or dinner."

Tuna Patty Sandwiches

Tuna Patty Sandwiches

Tuna Patty Sandwiches

Here's a tasty way to dress up canned tuna in a hot sandwich. The patties are simple to make, too, says Ruth Wimmer of Bland, Virginia, who shares the recipe.

Broiled Egg Salad Sandwiches

Broiled Egg Salad Sandwiches

Broiled Egg Salad Sandwiches

One of my mother's friends gave her this recipe in the late '40s. I grew up eating these sandwiches, and they've been a staple with my own family. Although our children have left home, I still make this dish often for my husband and me to enjoy. -Barbara Suetholz, Racine, Wisconsin
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Ham 'n' Cheese Biscuit Twists

Ham 'n' Cheese Biscuit Twists

Ham 'n' Cheese Biscuit Twists

"I like to serve these tasty twists for lunch with split pea or vegetable soup and a fruit salad," says Marie Kramer, Kirkwood, Missouri. The cheese-enhanced biscuits filled with homemade or deli ham salad also make great snacks.

Cashew Pear Melts

Cashew Pear Melts

Cashew Pear Melts

Pears, cashews and melted cheese top slices of cinnamon-raisin bread in this out-of-the-ordinary entree from Amy Renfroe of Key Largo, Florida. "These open-faced sandwiches make a yummy main course for breakfast or brunch," says Amy, a former preschool director. "They're great for snacking, too."

Hamburger Croquettes

Hamburger Croquettes

Hamburger Croquettes

I created this recipe one day after wondering why chicken was often stuffed with ham and cheese but not other meats. I tried it with hamburger and added seasoned bread crumbs for just the right touch. -Lee Deneau, Lansing, Michigan

Cheddar Cheese Toasties

Cheddar Cheese Toasties

Cheddar Cheese Toasties

WE were dairy farmers for years, so we all enjoyed a hearty breakfast after morning milking. Having a bit of cheese satisfies the appetite and helps hold you over until the next meal. Since I always had a lot of cheddar cheese on hand, I used it in many of my recipes. -Helen Davis, Waterbury, Vermont

Grilled Triple-Decker Club

Grilled Triple-Decker Club

Grilled Triple-Decker Club

If you like ham and cheese, you'll savor this hearty sandwich from Christine Nelson of Decatur, Arkansas. The meat and mozzarella delight is dipped in an egg batter before grilling. "This is a delicious combination, but you can substitute other meats," Christine suggests.

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

Turkey Reuben

Turkey Reuben

Turkey Reuben

This recipe combines a nice medley of flavors for a delicious Reuben taste even without the corned beef.—Patricia Rutherford, Winchester, Illinois

Three-Cheese Grilled Cheese

Three-Cheese Grilled Cheese

Three-Cheese Grilled Cheese

I once taught an adult program called Eating Smart for Seniors. For that class, I developed many recipes for one or two people that were simple to prepare and used common ingredients.—Terri Brown, Darien, Wisconsin
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