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Vegetable Ramekins

Vegetable Ramekins

Vegetable Ramekins

Says Dona Alsover of Upland, California, “Our children and grandchildren live far away, so my husband, Jim, and I frequently plan a quiet dinner by candlelight. We have Vegetable Ramekins often since we can pull fresh things from our garden all year. It is a colorful and delicious side dish.”

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

Herbed Chicken Caesar Salad

Herbed Chicken Caesar Salad

Herbed Chicken Caesar Salad

This salad looks and tastes fancy but couldn't be easier to make. It's my husband's favorite dinner.—Kay Andersen, Bear, Delaware

Caramelized Apple Rings

Caramelized Apple Rings

Caramelized Apple Rings

When my children were little, they liked fruit, so I tried to make several dishes with different fruit. This recipe was one of their favorites. We lived close to an apple farm, so we always had apples on hand. -Helen Steele, Polk City, Florida

Turkey Meatballs in Garlic Sauce

Turkey Meatballs in Garlic Sauce

Turkey Meatballs in Garlic Sauce

This is a pared-down recipe that my husband and I enjoy. It makes a satisfying dinner for two, served over hot rice or noodles. I like to accompany it with baked acorn squash. -Audrey Thibodeau, Mesa, Arizona

Carrots with Honey Glaze

Carrots with Honey Glaze

Carrots with Honey Glaze

It takes just four ingredients to prepare this sweet side dish from Molly Mason of Denver, Colorado. Molly likes to serve the quick-to-fix recipe with fish, but it goes great with any entree.

Breakfast Potatoes

Breakfast Potatoes

Breakfast Potatoes

These cheesy, hearty potatoes are a super morning side dish. Because they take no time to fix, I prepare them often for me and my husband. They go great with just about any type of entree.—Judy Dupree, Thief River Falls, Minnesota

Grilled Turkey Sandwiches

Grilled Turkey Sandwiches

Grilled Turkey Sandwiches

THESE special grilled sandwiches are great for lunch or supper. Since I'm cooking for two at our house nowadays, I enjoy being creative with simple meals. Time spent in the kitchen is kept to a minimum when this entree is on the menu. -Dollypearle Martin, Douglastown, New Brunswick

Stir-Fry for One

Stir-Fry for One

Stir-Fry for One

Whenever I ask my husband what he'd like for dinner, this is what he requests. I double the recipe so that I can enjoy it with him. He thinks this rivals the stir-fries served in many restaurants.—Margery Bryan, Moses Lake, Washington

Banana Whip

Banana Whip

Banana Whip

For chocolate lovers, substitute chocolate cookie crumbs for the graham cracker crumbs and sprinkle with mini chocolate chips instead of chopped walnuts.—Marie Crumpacher, Creswell, Oregon

Cheddar Souffle

Cheddar Souffle

Cheddar Souffle

MY mother-in-law gave me this recipe many years ago, and I served it to my husband every year on our anniversary. Also on the menu were English muffins with honey, juice and coffee. Now our sons make this souffle, and their children love it for brunch or a light supper. -Dollypearle Martin, Douglastown, New Brunswick
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