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August 28, 2007

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Kristi Sauer

I need help in this area too. One thing that is so easy to make in the crockpot is pork loin (or boneless chops) with golden mushroom soup. Serve it over white rice. I start it in the morning and it is ready for dinner!

Leslie Collins

First of all, do you like fish? Pasta?

I love manicotti. Nicole was the one who introduced this to me a while ago. It's super easy....

Get the jumbo seashell noodles. Boil them, drain, pat dry and set aside.

While that's going on, cook burger to well done.

Mix 1 tub of ricotta cheese, 1 bag of mozzerella cheese, 1 egg and 1/2 parmasean cheese together in a bowl. Let the bowl be big enough to add your burger to.

After the burger is cooked, add it to the cheese. Stir that all together.

Next, take each shell and stuff it with your mixter. After you have all of your shells stuffed, pour marinara sauce on top. Sprinkle with parmeasan cheese. Bake at 350 until cheese is oozing.

I hope this all makes sense. I kind of just improvize in the kitchen. Normally, I don't go by a recipe. Make as many noodles as you need.

What I usually do is make extra that way we can have it for lunch.

Hope you might like this....I love to cook so let me know if you need any other recipes.

Oh, I subscribe to kraft foods. It's free. Just get on their website and add yourself to their mailing list.

All of their recipes contains things you would normally stock up on. It's not crazy and long recipes. Good luck.

Kim Airhart(kristi's friend)

I noticed that the link may not work. Go to http://www.rachaelray.com/ and click on 30 minute meals.

Kim Airhart(kristi's friend)

I have this problem too. Minus the kids and the husband. I am always looking for good meals to cook. I love to cook! I thought that this website might be helpful for you. http://www.rachaelraymag.com/30_minute_meals/wtGroup=rrcom&wtID=link_30minutemeals_rrmagcom

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