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Any tips for quick and easy dinners after a busy day?

Posted on 2/01/10 at 8:32 PM By BISSELL | 90 Replies

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Posted on 3/03/11 at 7:58 AM

Michael Johnson

Corvallis, OR

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Tacos.  Very quick and easy.
Posted on 2/21/11 at 6:39 PM


Raeford, NC

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My savior is my rice cooker.  Rice goes with everything and can be made with zero supervision in about 20 minutes.  I just steam some vegetables and make a meat and you have an easy, healthy, non-processed meal.
Posted on 2/13/11 at 8:16 PM

David Brown

Coconut Creek, FL

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In today's busy world we often overlook the most precious commodity of all...time.  Time to spend nurturing your soul.  Time to spend centering yourself to prepare for yet another busy day.  There's more you say....oh yes...I forgot about the time you need to spend waking up, taking a shower, brushing your teeth, selecting the appropriate garb (wardrobe) for the day, applying make up (for you ladies out there), doing your hair (this applies to both genders), making the kids lunches, waking the kids up, waking the kids up again (LOL), preparing breakfast, brewing coffee, finding you keys, fidning your cell phone, ("darn it I forgot to put gas in the car"), stopping at the gas station while you zoom in otu an out of traffic like Mario Andretti...yes the list goes on.  So you may tiredly inquire, "What can I do to save alittle time?" 

Well, not to be redundant but a crockpot/slow cooker goes a long way.  I am not going to give you a recipe because there are som many available to suit your family's taste.  If you are reading this message, you undoubtedly have the resources to access a myriad different concotions that cook themselves all by tehmselves while you are tending to other things.  Quite simply the prep time is minimal and the pot does the rest. 

When you arrive home after, getting stuck in the elevator, getting stuck in traffic, getting cut off in traffic, picking up some milk, picking up the kids, calling your significant other, letting the dog and his bursting bladder out, doing algebra equations with said kids, stopping fights between said kids....oh and giving yourself a moment to will be treated to a savory home cooked meal (the kind your mom used to make).

So, take some time (LOL); look up some recipes and remember to laugh along the way...remember time is a commodity, and it is not just wasted on youth.  Live, laugh, love and eat well.

Posted on 2/10/11 at 10:43 PM

Paula Paige

Sandy Springs, GA

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slice potatos, smother them 10min, add onion rounds, smother 10min.

while potato's cook slice kailbasa into rounds, add to potato and onion. smother 10min. layer into a cassarol dish potato mix, then cheese, potato, then cheese. done! side of green beans and your happy, and the family is happy and full.

Posted on 2/10/11 at 8:49 PM

Angela Lewis

Dixon, MO

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Crockpot all the way!!!  Especially my jalapeno chili, but I also love to make homemade mini pizzas with 100% whole wheat tortillas, Ragu pizza sauce, shredded cheese (your preference), and pepperoni!! Preheat oven to 450 degrees and bake for 10-12 mins.  Or can be made with hogie buns instead of tortillas!!  YUM-YUM!  Another quick and easy one is Grilled Cheese sandwiches and Tomato Soup with a little black pepper!!
Posted on 2/03/11 at 8:16 PM

Nikki Sprouse

Columbus, OH

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Stir fry, if you like that sort of food.
Posted on 1/15/11 at 11:51 PM

Melissa Mathews

Leander, TX

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Definitely use the crockpot.
Posted on 1/11/11 at 2:29 PM

Nick Koons

Sterling Heights, MI

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We usually keep thing on the table, but when we have that one piece, our dog is there in a heartbeat. :)
Posted on 1/09/11 at 4:15 PM

Mark Tisler

Coleman, WI

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We cook things like roast in the crock pot but making something ahead and baking it the next night also works well.
Posted on 1/01/11 at 1:13 AM
Located on the white label above, usually on the back of the machine.

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