Based on Debby Maugans Nakos's Southern Pecan Pie in her Small-Batch Baking book. She gave directions for making a spiked whipped cream, but this pie is so rich and wonderful as it is, I can't imagine it needing a topping. The pecan halves can be found easily and inexpensively in the baking section of your grocery store in 1/2 cup bags. I'm giving the author's option of using bourbon in the pie, but I did not use it myself. Debby recommends Southern Comfort for the pie, but if you use another bourbon, she suggests you might want to add another tablespoon of sugar. For the pie crust recipe/information, please see Pie Crusts for 2, I have also posted.
A kind of hybrid of Chicken Kiev, and Parmigano I invented for my favorite nun, Sister Ruth Marie Nickerson when I worked at her hospital. A tad labor-intensive, but worth the effort. My Sweet-Patootie loves this as an anniversary dish, serve with buttered, parsley noodles and your favorite green veggie, a spinach salad, and any dry, white wine. If you want "the real thing", e-mail me, the Zaar doesn't recognize my ingredients...this is closest
A lovely custard and just for 2! No need to make a big batch. This one came from the Internet, pure and simple. Amazing the number of wonderful goodies that I found simply by surfing the 'Net. Welcome to the 21st century! (My grandmothers would be SO jealous!)