Long simmering is out of the question when making dinner for two on a rushed weeknight. We searched for a way to get deep flavor—fast.
It's a perfect dish for a crowd but too much work for feeding just two. We'd have to find a way to cut back the labor, not just the proportions.
This brunch dish is normally made a night ahead and baked in the morning. That’s great for a crowd, but suppose it’s just the two of you?
Given the time it takes (and food it makes), pulled pork calls for a crowd. Could we bring it indoors for a party of two?
Tender chicken with a crisp, golden coating minus all the fat.
An unconventional method for cooking pasta produces a pleasing dish for two.