Cooking for Two: Comfort Food Recipes for Couples, Roommates, or Friends (Paperback)

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Cooking for Two: Comfort Food Recipes for Couples, Roommates, or Friends (Paperback)

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Perfectly Portioned Recipes for Newlyweds, Roommates, or Empty Nesters

Just because many of us live the life of singles or doubles doesn’t mean we should deny ourselves one of life’s finer pleasures: delicious, home-cooked meals! Move over, fast food . . . and watch out, takeout! Cooking for Two has arrived. With recipes for soups, salads, entrées, baked goods, and desserts, there’s something in here for everyone (or two) looking to prepare meals that are tasty, satisfying, and won’t leave you with excessive leftovers.

Find recipes such as:
  • Caramel Banana French Toast
  • Crispy Oven-Fried Chicken
  • Beef Stew for Two
  • Broccoli Mac & Cheese
  • Overnight Mini Baguettes
  • Boston Cream Pie
  • and More!


College students will appreciate that virtually every recipe in the book can be prepared using either a microwave or toaster oven or a hot plate. Couples learning to cook together will love the shopping tips, suggestions for appropriate cooking utensils, and easy-to-follow instructions. Health-conscious cooks are in luck, as each recipe includes an approximate calorie count.
Marie W. Lawrence has loved to cook, bake, and write for as long as she can remember. She is the author of The Farmer’s Cookbook, Farmer's Kitchen Handbook, and The Organic Lunchbox. A mother of three grown children, she lives with her husband in Brattleboro, Vermont, where she enjoys walking her dog, gardening, and cooking with her grandchildren.
Product Details ISBN: 9781510751187
ISBN-10: 1510751181
Publisher: Skyhorse
Publication Date: July 6th, 2021
Pages: 304
Language: English
"A mouth-watering pleasure to browse through and ideal for planning memorable menus with, Cooking for Two: Comfort Food Recipes for Couples, Roommates, or Friends is especially recommended for personal, family and community library cookbook collections." —Midwest Book Review