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    well i added the seasoning it will have to be ok...I am gonna come back to this thread and write stuff down..fantastic stuff...

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    You can always taste food toward the end of cooking and adjust the seasonings, if it seems like there's not enough. I'm sure the beans will be fine though.
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    here's a couple suggestions I don't think have been mentioned:

    cabbage roll casserole.~layer cabbage, ground beef and rice..cover with spag. sauce or tomato sauce and bake.

    Stuffed peppers~same concept. Mix raw ground beef with rice..stuff in peppers...cover with choice of sauce and bake.

    I think your boys will have their hands full just keeping the place clean and dishes done.~I realize that you just want meals you can put in the freezer...bake and eat with minimal preperation.

    chicken alfredo casserole...cook cut up chicken...steam broccoli...use bowtie pasta..and cook el dente. Mix together with alfredo sauce and freeze. Defrost before baking in fridge.

    Hope these help~!

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    I just found [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XTcdPeF_mg&feature=related"]this[/ame] video on YouTube, and thought I'd share it here. She's not sharing recipes, but there's plenty of ideas here. I notice she's using one of the Fix-It And Forget It cookbooks...all of the books by Phyllis Pellman Good are great resources. Now I want to go browse through my collection(I have four or five of her books) and see what frozen crockpot dinners I can make...
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    I just donated the Fix It and Forget It cookbook. I've had it for years and I don't think I ever made a single thing from it. Isn't it funny how subjective opinions are about cookbooks? Like artwork, I guess.

    I use a Crock-Pot at least twice a week, so that's not why I didn't use the cookbook.
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    Just wanted to let you all know how much I appreciate all your help and ideas it's awesome. Hope you all dont mind but in about 2 weeks Ill be on here ALOT . I just LOVE this place.

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    Best of luck with your surgery.

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    aww thank u and come back.. we are nice bunch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit Deer View Post
    I just donated the Fix It and Forget It cookbook. I've had it for years and I don't think I ever made a single thing from it. Isn't it funny how subjective opinions are about cookbooks? Like artwork, I guess.

    I use a Crock-Pot at least twice a week, so that's not why I didn't use the cookbook.
    Of course! That's why there are 80 gazillion cookbooks out there for us to buy

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    Yeah, and I think I've owned them all at one time or other!
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    O believe me I do love this site and the people most of all. I am not leaveing either only a temporary few days when in the hospitol then I'll be BAACCCKKKK. Had our taxes done last night and if everything continues as planned we will have enough to pay off the last debt we have Woo Hoo. Thank You all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LBKB View Post
    Had our taxes done last night and if everything continues as planned we will have enough to pay off the last debt we have Woo Hoo. Thank You all.

    Now thats awesome!

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    that is AWESOME and way to go... debt free.. wow

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    Quote Originally Posted by oheoh's momma View Post
    that is AWESOME and way to go... debt free.. wow
    Debt free as soon as tax returns come back cant wait. Sorry dont mean to brag.

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    it is ok I would brag also so brag away.. woot woot 4 u

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