Cooking for One or Two

No matter what we call it, it is more than just splitting a recipe in half. You'll find the how-to's in this new cooking category.
Cooking for One or Two Mollie Katzen’s Vegetable and Walnut Pizza

Mollie Katzen's homemade pizza made easy even for a weeknight!

The drawback to homemade pizza crust is the time it takes the dough to rise. The good news is Mollie Katzen's crust freezes and can defrost on the counter to be baked when you get home.

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“New-Fashioned” Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

Grilled Cheese Your Way: Updating a classic for modern tastes

There’s nothing better than a real, old-fashioned grilled cheese sandwich –- unless it’s a real, “New-Fashioned” Grilled Cheese Sandwich.

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Crispy Baked Tilapia with Panko Crumbs

Cooking for One or Two: A new challenge here on Kitchen Scoop

Cooking for one or two is a new challenge for us and we'd love to work together with our readers to come up with terrific recipes, ideas and tips. So come help us out!

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My Best-Ever Salvation Spaghetti

How much pasta is just enough? Tips for eliminating leftovers!

Just enough pasta never looks like enough. Oh, sure, the box says two ounces is a serving, but can you really trust it? And how do you know how much is two ounces?

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Bacon-Wrapped Cornish Hens with Corn Couscous

How do you cook for one or two in the Empty Nest?

Cooking for one or two people is often quite different from cooking for a whole family. We’re searching for recipes, tips and ideas for cooking, shopping and conserving – basically how to scale down in the kitchen and make fabulous meals for one or two.

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