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    I'm always looking for ways to use ground beef, since I store lots of it cooked/frozen.
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    Delish.. Zucchini recipe, with cumin, ground beef,red bell pepper and corn. You can use mexicorn ( 1 each 12 oz. can) instead of corn and red pepper. This recipe comes from an old Country Living Recipe Book. . When I make this for the kids, I omit the cumin. Quick and easy!!

    Recipe #383628

    This recipe will give you 2 meals, plus leftovers. The ground turkey makes it lower in fat, the ground beef keeps it moist. You will not taste the turkey. It's my husband's two very favorite meals. If someone in your family doesn't like meatloaf, make meatballs and watch them disappear.

    Recipe #126978

    8 Reviews |  By KatMcC

    I got this recipe from http://www.madsrecipes.com/ website. My husband didn't like the way I made sloppy joes before I tried these. He loves these sloppy joes. I try to make them every month or 2. They have a really good flavor I use the red wine vinegar in mine. For myself because of my gluten problem I serve it open faced on a slice of "Recipe #160607". I also don't use quite as many onions because my family doesn't like them that much. I use about 1/2 to 1 onion depending on the size. Be very careful when serving this, mine comes out very hot! Some have commented that you don't need to make this in the crock pot. I agree, I haven't been making it in the crock pot lately. I half the recipe and use it to make gluten free Sloppy Joe Pot Pie, which is pretty good.

    Recipe #302401

    1 Reviews |  By Kippy2

    My favorite meatloaf recipe.

    Recipe #351569

    I was looking for easy recipes for newlyweds...just something different that wasnt ----HELPER! Who wants to eat junk out of a box 3 nights a week! I found this recipe posted on Cooks.com but the recipe calls for vegetable beef soup, but I like tomato best.

    Recipe #348457

    So moist and tasty. Yum!

    Recipe #103160

    3 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This is my sister's recipe that was my Mom's favorite as well as my Nana's favorite...Very tasty and really easy to make!

    Recipe #124905

    Wonderful take on the Italian Meatball Sandwich. Taken from "Quick Cooking" Magazine.

    Recipe #31314

    I really like recipes that are short, simple, easy, quick, and most of all tasty! This is definitly a good one!

    Recipe #33257

    This is the meatloaf recipe from Cap City Fine Diner, a Cameron Mitchell Restaurant in Columbus, OH. This recipe was originally posted in the Columbus Dispatch. The recipe for the barbecue sauce that goes with this can be found in Recipe #140992.

    Recipe #151960

    This is the meatloaf that my mother made. It is the only meatloaf I have ever liked. This recipe is so popular with my family that I always have to make two of them, and we still on't ever have any leftovers. If you are lucky enough to have any leftovers, this makes a delicious sandwich filling.

    Recipe #308590

    83 Reviews |  By Lorac

    Boston's North End is famous for it's Italian markets, restaurants and saint's day weekend festivals and I miss it so much! I was thrilled to find "The North End Italian Cookbook" by Marguerite Buonopane.

    Recipe #61946

    I found this recipe in a Weight Watchers cookbook. I think it is a perfect weeknight meal as it is simple to prepare and tastes delicious.

    Recipe #163124

    The best I've ever eaten; it's addictive. The Dressing is the key!...Repeat after me...Green Goddess, only! If you can't find it in the market, use Recipe #73913. This can be made ahead and served cold. Potluck? Take a copy of the recipe with you; they will want it!

    Recipe #100119

    13 Reviews |  By Gerry

    It took me two years to track down this recipe after it appeared at our ladies Curling Bonspiel Potluck! Since then it became a favorite not only at potlucks but at our house as well. An old fashioned comfort food enjoyed by adults and children alike. Great served with a green salad and crusty bread. This is the original recipe but you may add extra seasonings of your choice if you wish. Servings depend on just how hungry the crowd! Note - Have added the optional can of tomato soup mentioned in the instructions to the ingredient list. I always add the can of tomato soup for added flavor and extra creaminess.

    Recipe #110343

    Kind of like chicken parmesan -- only with hamburger. This calls for the "green can" cheese, but I'm sure you can substitute the real thing. Recipe doesn't specify whether to cover or not while baking. I start out uncovered and cover towards the end, if it starts getting too brown.

    Recipe #116653

    I love spaghetti casseroles and this one has more flavor with the chili powder in the sauce. The evaporated milk poured over the top melts into the cheese and makes it extra creamy.

    Recipe #112693

    Great to keep on hand for a quick snack! For extra kick add jalepenos or other hot peppers to the mix.

    Recipe #121086

    This is a tasty, quick, and easy dish to prepare when you have no time to plan for supper. This is so easy to prepare and will please a hungry group of children on a chilly day. You may substitute peas & carrots for the green beans if you prefer. You may also substitute ground lamb for the ground beef, or even leftover minced roasted beef/lamb (in which case just saute the onions alone and mix with the cooked meat). I usually use homemade leftover garlic mashed potatoes in this, but if all you have is instant, well - this is supposed to be a Lazy Mom's dish, so go ahead. I garnish this with a sprinkle of paprika if I am leaving out the cheese. Don't worry about the lack of salt & pepper in the meat - the soup provides all the seasonings and is the "secret" ingredient. Doubles well, and also can be made the day before, chilled and baked the next day for a hot lunch.

    Recipe #61807

    1 Reviews |  By Whipper

    Common comfort food with a gourmet approach from Christine Cushing. When I saw her make this, I just had to try it the next day and loved it. It's one of my most favorite uses of sweet potatoes now. You can substitute the meat with ground lamb, veal or beef.

    Recipe #116041

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