Accepting cooking for two challenge
Editor's note: This is a rerun of a Dash of Grace that previously ran in Sauk Valley Media publications on Feb. 15, 2012.
Some of you have asked about “cooking for two,” and I am going to try to help you. Maybe we can all help each other. I will give you some ideas and you can give me yours. Some of these make 3 helpings, so you can have seconds or leftovers. The delicious little mini cake is 4 servings, because I know you can’t stop at one!
Cooking and eating becomes a whole new challenge when your family starts leaving the nest. It can be fun or it can be a drag, depending on how you react. You can try some new fun things that your kids snubbed without even tasting. You can be creative, you can be fancy, you can try foods that never have been through your door before.
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