Cooking for One or Two
No matter what we call it, we all need those small batch recipes that don't leave a load of leftovers.
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Yummy combination of vegetables and chicken with almonds.Read full recipe.
All the flavors of my Grandmother's chopped sirloin with today's ingredients and portions!Read full recipe.
Whole wheat spaghetti tossed with Spring’s freshest vegetables: Green beans, yellow bell pepper, grape tomatoes, mushrooms and spinach.Read full recipe.
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I started reading Desperation Dinners along about the time I became a "stay-at-home" mom (what an oxymoron!) and needed both intellectual stimulation and something different - ANYTHING different - for dinner.
In those early days, I cooked strictly by the rule book, no deviations. But over the years, you two have given me the confidence to try rotini instead of penne, to substitute, experiment, become confident. Thank you!!
Honestly - - all three of my DD books are stained, tattered, splattered, and loved. I've given DD as gifts to new moms, to new wives, and to young friends just out of college. Can't think of a more practical, useful present.
I appreciate all the recipes, but really like the bulk-cooking ideas.
Thanks for everything!!
-- Karen Gamble of Raleigh, NC
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