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    These are recipes that are either designed to be for one or two, or which are easy to convert because they call for fillets or the like, rather than for a large piece of meat. I have not yet tried all of them.
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    From Cooking for Two Magazine. Quick & yummy!

    Recipe #228472

    This is just another way my grandma use to fix eggs for me when I was little. I still eat them this way today.

    Recipe #54677

    Great for brunch, kids lunches or just a snack. Try these I think you'll love them.

    Recipe #129838

    This is a recipe my husband made and it was given to him from his mum. I am careful to not be tempted to make more than one dish per person or to add more cream / salmon as its already quite a rich dish. I serve with crusty bread.

    Recipe #183383

    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

    I have been poaching eggs in the microwave for many years. For me this is the best way to prepare poached eggs for 2. It is quick, easy and almost foolproof. Please make sure you use a toothpick to pierce the yolk before cooking or it will explode!

    Recipe #118761

    A great way to use up leftover boiled, baked or mashed potatoes. I love omelets and separately whipping the egg whites makes this light and fluffy despite the inclusion of potatoes. In case you're wondering about taste - imagine a cross between a knish and a souffle. Other herbs or grated onions might be good variations.

    Recipe #138708

    I've had these a lot at B&B's, probably because they're delicious and dependable if the right technique is used. This dish is puffy around the outside and flat in the center offering the perfect nest for sliced fresh fruit. It's airy, light and makes a beautiful presentation. The batter can be made up to a day ahead and refrigerated.

    Recipe #74146

    This is an adopted recipe from MeanChef, a former member, his version of a popular dish. No frying involved, so it is healthier for you! A nice easy recipe. Personally, I like to dredge the oiled slices of eggplant in fine dry breadcrumbs before roasting it in the oven, then I put the sauce in the dish, layer the eggplant, mozzarella (thin slices) top with more sauce, more cheese until I have used the amount I prefer; as noted in the reviews, most chefs use less cheese than specified in the recipe. To me a recipe is a guide that I make 'my way' ! I often add dried basil in the sauce when I don't have fresh basil to layer. I don't add salt, I find the sauce and cheeses are salty enough for my tastes.

    Recipe #104509

    2 Reviews |  By IOjaw

    The original idea for this meat entrée was on an Epicurious post. I changed the ingredients and cooking instructions to meet our specific tastes of thoroughly cooked meat.

    Recipe #268173

    Makes a great supper or use it as a side dish. It's very quick and easy to throw together and the colors of this dish are beautiful in the skillet .

    Recipe #70147

    3 Reviews |  By KelBel

    I know...true Greek salad does not have lettuce in it, but this one does. The dressing is simple and is what makes this special.

    Recipe #209397

    This is my husband's special dish he makes us for a treat. The flavours are lovely and he impressed me with it before we were married - I couldn't believe he'd cooked it! (I've since learned he is a good cook but keeps it quiet) He normally serves with some fresh steamed broccoli. As its so easy to make he passed the recipe onto a friend who wanted to impress his girlfriend but he didn't serve with any veggies and it does need something with it that's not baked - although she was impressed with the dish she told me. You can play around with the quantities to suit you as long as the basic ingredents are there. Enjoy!

    Recipe #187488

    Being part Greek, I adore the flavor of lamb shanks with mint and oregano, rather than rosemary. Being lazy, I prefer this recipe to the more time- and work-intensive leg of lamb. This is a fairly rich dish that's easier than it looks, and is perfectly suited to cooler weather and cooks who are watching their budgets (lamb shanks are much less expensive than legs of lamb, freeze well, and you can easily double or triple the recipe). We like this with a tangy green salad with a simple lemon, garlic, and olive oil dressing, crusty bread, red wine, and maybe a side of pasta with parmesan or mizithra (greek grating) cheese if we're really hungry. Opa!

    Recipe #41418

    Breast of lamb is a fatty meat that can be made many ways. I found this to be the simplest and tastiest. It's a dish best served the day after it's prepared. Congealed fat can be tossed and the flavor improves.

    Recipe #51180

    515 Reviews |  By Tish

    This copycat recipe is as good as the original! I originally got this from a recipe adapted from Todd Wilbur's on (and modified it again until I thought I had it right) www.TopSecretRecipes.com

    Recipe #66121

    2 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is one of my favorite ways to serve steak. The smell of the peppers cooking in the balsamic vinegar is tantalizing! Very easy and impressive.

    Recipe #24475

    What....? It’s a hunk o’ filet mignon topped with a stuffed portobello mushroom. Pure decadence and EEE-vile to the nth degree. Times are estimates.

    Recipe #207341

    1 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    A colorful first course with a dipping sauce made from its own cooking broth.

    Recipe #200242

    6 Reviews |  By Lorac

    Potatoes baked with a core of bacon and scallion. You will have great fun experimenting with this recipe. I have made them using fresh herbs, garlic slivers and grated cheese. (Added post review) Some of the newer apple corers are much larger. Mine is made by OXO.

    Recipe #65303

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