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    One is NOT the Loneliest Number!

    I sometimes find myself home alone at dinner time and I love to cook for myself! I can make whatever I want, without worrying about everyone else's preferences. These are some recipes I'd like to try some night, when I'm alone and want to pamper myself.
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    This has been in our family for as long as I remember. It is truly "comfort" food to me! Easy recipe for those nights when you are too tired to cook a whole dinner, just add a salad or green veggie, and you have a nutritious meal!

    Recipe #270556

    From Guy Fieri on our sister site, Food Network. If you love garlic, this looks delicious! Thanks to Mel C.K. for the heads up about browning the chicken.

    Recipe #270590

    Man Oh Man, this one is a meal fit for a Queen :) This is one of my FAVORITE recipes in the world! Good for anytime, or for that special night when you want to WOW guests or that "Special Person"! Just double or triple the ingredients, depending on how many you are making.

    Recipe #220657

    62 Reviews |  By Tara

    Use this as a guide to make as many sandwiches as you like. I know many people know how to make this easy sandwich but this is a lot how my great grandmother made them and oddly enough the lettuce seems to really make it taste better, especially not just putting it on top of your sandwich. Anyways a new cook may not know this easy meal yet and I didn't see one exactly like this in the database.

    Recipe #42126

    So simple but oh so decadent. A chocolate fix in a mug for those chilly winter days.

    Recipe #235113

    102 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Had this in TEXAS a couple of years ago! My SIL Kathie turned me on to it! Sushi without the fish, Nori, and trouble of making it! OK she just had the soy but darn the pickeled ginger is so good! This is so quick and easy!!!!! It'll satisfy that I WANT SUSHI need! I myself can eat one a day!

    Recipe #128746

    This is a great brunch or lunch sandwich. It would also be great on lightly toasted French bread. You can leave off the brie and it's still wonderful and refreshing.

    Recipe #222598

    This tastes just like a Werther's candy. Careful it doesn't last as long... Mix together and enjoy.

    Recipe #216275

    Thick rump or Sirloin steaks, encrusted with cracked black peppercorns, pan-fried to collect all the juices, served with a Stilton cheese & toasted walnut topping, with charred fried onions on the side............phew........AND chips (French fries)!!! Interested?! This is a dish I have eaten countless times in numerous local Pubs in the North of England - it has to be my favourite way to eat steak! You don't need anything else, apart from a mixed side salad maybe AND a pint of "real" ale to wash it down with! I have recreated this dish at home - and once you have peeled and sliced you onions and sorted out your Stilton cheese and chips, it's a doddle! I often use "oven" chips, or my Dad's Recipe #193370 which are great with this meal. Try to choose locally produced beef for your steak, and preferably organic. Just for interest, Sirloin steak was named, so the legend says, by King Henry VIII, who having enjoyed it so much, "knighted" the loin of beef on the spot, so loin of beef became SIRloin!!

    Recipe #216644

    7 Reviews |  By Debster

    Ah the flavors of Greece. Such a wonderful sandwich. Enjoy!

    Recipe #25810

    4 Reviews |  By Potluck

    This lick the bowl clean came from the Pecan Growers of America. As much as I adore creamy blue cheese dressing,this quick vinegar concoction is a tangy challenger.

    Recipe #144413

    Mrs. Walker was my Sunday school teacher and we used to do this in the church kitchen, occasionally. This is my first memory of cooking that I cherish to this day. She keeps her age a closely guarded secret but is rumoured to be 115+ years old and perhaps, immortal. She has out lived three husbands and four children. She is still sharp as the Bowie knife she carries in her purse. I don't know why she carries a Bowie knife in her purse- but she always has. I asked her about it years ago and she said, "You would be surprised how often it comes in handy, Honey." I suppose it does, Mrs. Walker. God bless you. BTW- she is thrilled that I want to pass this on to another generation of schoolchildren. She was surprised that I remembered doing this with her over 35 years ago and was touched. When asked how to do it- she rattled off the instructions faster than I could write! I've eaten this bag-n-boil recipe for 40+ years with no toxicity what-so-ever, obviously. If it was toxic... I would be in too poor of health to type. Google the topic for yourself and make your own judgment. The danger is greatly exaggerated.

    Recipe #132052

    28 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This recipe is from Scandinavian Feasts by Beatrice Ojakangas. Everyone in my family loves it.

    Recipe #137211

    My husband heard this on TV years ago, we tried it and we all loved it!! Watch them closely to keep the tortilla from getting too brown and crunchy. Cook time is approximate. Servings according to what you need

    Recipe #76067

    3 Reviews |  By RiRi

    Haven't tried this one yet, but it looks yummy.

    Recipe #157680

    1 Reviews |  By JMS0173

    I made one of these tonight and it was good. If you have Thomas' Toasting Bread in your supermarket, check this one out. If not, use the bread of your choice.

    Recipe #134499

    Another easy sandwich that my boys liked. They had trouble with onions, but I chopped them REALLY fine and I don't know that they knew they where there, did you guys, lol.

    Recipe #113651

    I don't care for runny eggs (except eggs benedict) so this hits the spot when I'm in the mood for something more rich and substantial than scrambled eggs, but not gooey (except the cheese). If I have it on hand, I replace one egg with a slice of ham that I fry first.

    Recipe #101642

    1 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Just came up with this. One of those 'hmmmmmm...what can I do with these ingredients' moments. Easy to prepare and just as easy to eat ;)

    Recipe #66930

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