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Cooking For Two Recipes

Looking for cooking for two recipes? Find cooking for two recipes including salads, chicken recipes, and more cooking for two recipes from the cooking for two magazine.

Apple Chicken Salad

Apple Chicken Salad

Apple Chicken Salad

Now that my six children are grown, I make lots of small-portion meals. This tasty salad is one of my favorite recipes because it’s colorful, a little different and it contains healthy ingredients.—Anne Stevens, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Apple Citrus Salad

Apple Citrus Salad

Apple Citrus Salad

This sweet-tart salad is perfect for on-the-go couples like us. My husband, John, and I enjoy quick, satisfying weekday suppers for just the two of us. On weekends, we like to cook for our three grown children and their families.—Sandra Baratka, Phillips, Wisconsin

Apple Turnover

Apple Turnover

Apple Turnover

For an old-fashioned apple pastry without all the leftovers, try this recipes. My mother made this all the years she lived alone. Now I make it for myself or my husband as a sweet treat.—Phyllis Fahey, Fergus Falls, Minnesota
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Autumn Pork Chop Dinner

Autumn Pork Chop Dinner

Autumn Pork Chop Dinner

I like to cook for two and try to make just the right amount so I don't have leftovers. With its golden pork chops, tasty green beans and tangy cabbage, this meal-in-one is a favorite of my husband, William.—Cecelia Wilson, Rockville, Connecticut

Baked Eggs and Ham

Baked Eggs and Ham

Baked Eggs and Ham

I give this single-serving dish Southwestern flair and zip by using cheese flavored with jalapeno peppers, but regular cheddar cheese also produces tasty results.—Carolyn Crump, Center, Texas

Broccoli Cheddar Soup

Broccoli Cheddar Soup

Broccoli Cheddar Soup

My husband Eric and I eat dinner together to spend some quality time together. This cheesy soup is proof that soup doesn't need to be made in big batches to be good.—Cheryl McRae, West Valley, Utah

Busy Day Salad

Busy Day Salad

Busy Day Salad

With our children gone from home now, I spend a lot of time trying to convert recipe I made for our large family into recipes for just my husband, Lee and me. We really enjoy this salad.—Bettie Walker, Lancaster, California

Buttery Peas and Zucchini

Buttery Peas and Zucchini

Buttery Peas and Zucchini

Cooking is my second love—my husband is my first. This tasty side dish doesn't leave us with leftovers. We both enjoy it.—Dorothy Pritchett, Wills Point, Texas

Chocolate Bread Pudding

Chocolate Bread Pudding

Chocolate Bread Pudding

This is a fun recipe because the chocolate makes in different from traditional bread pudding. It's a rich, comforting dessert.—Mildred Sherrer, Fort Worth, Texas

Cinnamon-Raisin Oatmeal

Cinnamon-Raisin Oatmeal

Cinnamon-Raisin Oatmeal

This simple breakfast is my favorite on cool mornings. I especially like the fact that it's easy to prepare.—Rita Winterberger, Huson, Montana

Festive Chicken

Festive Chicken

Festive Chicken

I hate to fall into a mealtime rut, so I'm always trying something new. This chicken is a wonderful dish when there's only tow at the table. Bacon, soy sauce and spices add lively flavor.—Dorothy Pritchett, Wills Point, Texas
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