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Vegetarian For Two Recipes

Looking for dinner for two? Find dinner for two recipes including romantic dinners for two, easy dinner for two, and more dinner for two recipes from the cooking for two magazine.

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Rye Drop Biscuits

Rye Drop Biscuits

Rye Drop Biscuits

"My husband, Ken, and I like these rich, rugged, melt-in-your mouth biscuits with any meal," says Nancy Zimmerman (right with Ken) from Cape May Court House, New Jersey. "They're so easy to make since you don't have to knead them or cut them out."

Santa Fe Deviled Eggs

Santa Fe Deviled Eggs

Santa Fe Deviled Eggs

"I give my deviled eggs a zippy Southwestern flair. The smoky, spicy flavor is a hit with my husband, Paul." —Patricia Harmon, Baden, Pennsylvania

Savory Stuffed Mushrooms

Savory Stuffed Mushrooms

Savory Stuffed Mushrooms

Some snowy night, when just the two of you need a little something to munch on until dinner, try this simple but delicious recipe from Pam Miller in Kokomo, Indiana.
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Scented Rice in Baked Pumpkin

Scented Rice in Baked Pumpkin

Scented Rice in Baked Pumpkin

This easy, delicious and healthy side is a showpiece that always delights. You can use grain, squash, fruits and nuts to suite your taste—it's impossible to go wrong! —Lynn Heisel, Jackson, Missouri

Tangy Cucumber Gelatin

Tangy Cucumber Gelatin

Tangy Cucumber Gelatin

A friend shared this recipe with me years ago. She had a vegetable garden and always had a good yield of cucumbers. This pleasant, comforting salad is the right amount for one or two. The cucumber and green onions give a nice texture contrast and refreshing crunch. -Bernadeane McWilliam, Decatur, Illinois

Turnip Puff

Turnip Puff

Turnip Puff

“My family would never eat turnips until I served them this way,” says Debbie Henry from Phelpston, Ontario. This downsized version goes well with turkey, ham or roast beef. TIP: A pound of turnips yields about 2 cups chopped.

Wholesome Banana Bread

Wholesome Banana Bread

Wholesome Banana Bread

“In an effort to make more healthy homemade breakfasts, I cut a lot of fat out of my regular banana bread recipe,” writes Sarah Bialock, Yuma, Arizona. “This bread turns out so moist and delicious, you won't believe it's light!”

Aunt Betty's Jelly Crepes

Aunt Betty's Jelly Crepes

Aunt Betty's Jelly Crepes

My Aunt Betty made these for me when I was a boy. They're so simple to make and taste so good I've been eating them ever since.—Richard Ward, Three Rivers, Michigan

Honey-Mustard Green Beans

Honey-Mustard Green Beans

Honey-Mustard Green Beans

I used this recipe as an occasion to get my kids involved in cooking. They had fun snapping ends off the beans and they delighted in whisking together the dressing ingredients. In addition I was surprised how much they liked the green beans with this hint of sweetness.

Apple-Stuffed Acorn Squash

Apple-Stuffed Acorn Squash

Apple-Stuffed Acorn Squash

"You'll find this delicious squash is a welcome change from plain vegetable side dishes," assures Karen Scaglione of Nanuet, New York. "It makes a great accompaniment to pork roast."

Asparagus with Sesame

Asparagus with Sesame

Asparagus with Sesame

This recipe turns a super spring vegetable into a more special one. It's nice to treat myself to a 'fancy' side dish with very little work.—Violet Beard, Marshall, Illinois
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