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    What to do with all that ground beef!

    Ground beef is a staple is most any household... but theres only so many things you can do with it! ... or is there... :D
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    I found a delightful little box in my bottom turnaround. It was labeled recipes. I sifted through and separated all the hand written ones: This one appears to be my aunt's or grandmother's.

    Recipe #220628

    I know I personally, can't stand canned sloppy joes or mixes like Manwich. Most of the things I know how to make are from zaar, watching my mother and going from memory, or like this one from my cooking teacher in high school. Definitely not a "sweet" sloppy joe. I never liked sloppy joes until I tried this recipe Sometimes I substitute celery seed and onion flakes for the real deal, depends what you have on hand and if you like chunks of veggies in your sloppy joes. Feel free to add some extra chili powder, this is the basic recipe as I was taught, depending on mood I'll keep it the same or add more

    Recipe #216477

    20 Reviews |  By Ducky

    I saw this recipe on Good Morning America and it sounded so easy and tasty. And it was! The first time I made it my husband ate almost 1/3 of it in one sitting. Even my toddler son enjoys it. This would be great for those informal group get-togethers also. Add some chiles to give it a bit more zip or a pound of browned ground beef or some chicken for another twist.

    Recipe #48892

    My family loves these!

    Recipe #197034

    My daughter hated meat loaf until I made this recipe adapted from other recipes I have read. Now she wants it once a week. I think it is the sweet topping that made the difference.

    Recipe #15163

    I love meatloaf, and tend to make large ones to ensure that there will be leftovers (nothing is better the next day than a cold meatloaf sandwich!). But sometimes I end up with half of a 3-pound meatloaf and nobody wants sandwiches, so here's what I make to use it in a tasty, fast, and easy way... Note: there is no salt added to the recipe because the salt that's contained in the tortilla chips and meatloaf, but you'll need to judge that for yourself; this one can easily get too salty if you're not careful. :)

    Recipe #38892

    My mom has been using this recipe since she was married in the 50's and it's as good now as then. She still makes it for me when I visit. :) It's wonderful when first served, but is even better chilled... cold meatloaf sandwiches, mmm! A versatile recipe, you can easily alter it to your own tastes. Experiment and enjoy! :)

    Recipe #43262

    Oh, this is just delcious! A vegetarian delight! I have found out that the Africans cook alot with peppers and frequently stuff them with rice and/or grains.

    Recipe #121942

    5 Reviews |  By Jill77

    These are simple and taste great with a side of mashed potatoes and gravy. Got the recipe off the Internet and revised it a bit to fit my tastes. We make this "comfort food" quite a lot during the colder months.

    Recipe #38647

    6 Reviews |  By Martina

    A second place winner in the Country Woman Magazine.

    Recipe #72012

    6 Reviews |  By anme

    A way to use up holiday leftovers

    Recipe #223964

    Yeah, I know there are, like, a thousand meat loaf recipes posted online. The glaze and cheese in this one makes it special. I hope you will agree with me after you have tried it. It is another of my own made up recipes never posted before or anywhere else. For an interesting twist, sub sweet or spicy Italian sausage for the ground pork and top it all off with spaghetti sauce and mozzarella cheese. I have even added diced pepperoni with good results. Just plain and simple comfort food. Makes great sandwiches the next day or freeze the leftovers for another quick meal.

    Recipe #151571

    The only frozen dinner I have ever cared to eat was the Banquet Salisbury steak with mashed potatoes and corn. I hate the potatoes (instant is just yuck), but do enjoy the rest of the meal so I decided to try to make my own. This is the results of my efforts and I must say, the taste is very close, but even better. This is cheap, easy and freezes very well. If you are going to freeze these then don't freeze them in the gravy. They are much better if the gravy is fresh. Be sure to cut the gravy ingredients if you are not using all the steaks. These can be frozen raw or already cooked.

    Recipe #125726

    I use ground turkey instead of ground beef. (You do need to use the dark meat turkey, the white meat ground turkey is too dry). Instead of bread crumbs I use potato flakes, makes it lighter. Instead of eggs I use prepared bottled salad dressing (even the low-fat type will work).

    Recipe #206521

    These are really close to the real thing. My family was in heaven! They're great for dinner, football parties, or kid's birthday parties. I'm not real fond of White Castle myself but I gobbled these up. Note: To freeze: Assemble hamburgers less the condiments. Flash freeze, wrap in plastic wrap, put in a ziplock bag and label. To heat: Microwave until heated through.

    Recipe #109264

    I made these one night when I was craving some meatball subs. Unfortunately, I did not get to try any as my husband ate them ALL! They are nice and moist, and hold together even without the egg. They are 6 ww points for four meatballs.

    Recipe #87537

    I love White Castle. I admit it, but I'd have to drive two hours to get to the nearest White Castle, so, I found this recipe in the Top Secret Recipes book. It is very well worth the effort if you love White Castles. Nothing compares to this taste.

    Recipe #13858

    Cooking the meatballs in simmering pasta sauce will not only add so much extra flavor to the sauce the meatballs will be melt-in-your-mouth tender, you may of course oven-bake the meatballs for about 25 minutes, --- don't be afraid to add in more Parmesan cheese and a little more milk, there is no need to measure exactly, this recipe is pretty much foolproof, leftover cooked meatballs make a wonderful pizza topping just slice thinly and freeze until ready to use ----- these also make wonderful juicy burgers shaped into patties-- for more of my tried and true recipes check out my food blog at www.kittencalskitchen.com

    Recipe #69173

    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

    10 Reviews |  By PanNan

    My grandmother shared this recipe with me many years ago. It's been our family favorite ever since. I generally use very lean ground beef and it's still nice and moist. Wonderful left over on sandwiches! Although meatloaf is enjoyed throughout the entire U.S., this version gives credit to the region where Heinz 57 became a household word - the Mid-Atlantic region.

    Recipe #41739

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