|09-08-2014, 05:54 AM||#1|
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Need easy recipes for two
DH and I have rented a little cabin in the woods in November for our anniversary. We want to stay in and cook both nights, enjoy the fire and some good wine, etc.
I'm trying to think about what to make for dinner. I obviously don't want to bring a TON of ingredients from home. I can bring some basics from our house, and hit the grocery store once we get there, but I don't want something that will take a ton of time and/or money.
Any suggestions for easy, yummy, meals for two? Thanks!
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|09-08-2014, 02:21 PM||#2|
Join Date: Apr 2011
DH and I rent a get away for our anniversary each year, it is the beach this year for a week. We will cook 3 of our 5 night stay. I precook. One night will be lasagne I have put in a disposable tinfoil loaf pan (easy clean up too), one night turkey and stuffing rollups with gravy in a tinfoil loaf pan, heat up precooked mashed potatoes and a veggie. Final dinner will be a steak for DH and a piece of chicken for me, both on the grill with some grilled veggies, bagged salad and a potato for DH.
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