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6/8/08 9:33 P

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ity was ok but still can work with it

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6/6/08 10:13 P

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Thank you I am making it tomorrow the way you sed and I will let you know what i think

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6/5/08 10:36 P

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I don't see why Elbow Macaroni wouldn't work -- it just won't be like spaghetti. ;) You might end up with more extra sauce...I don't really know. I think Rotini would be good and Aldi has it on special purchase right now.

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6/4/08 7:42 P

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do you think elbow macaroni will work

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5/29/08 2:29 P

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I tried this it was deliecious and i will make it again. thanks it was good.

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2/18/08 4:27 P

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Let me send this to my wife, maybe we can have it tonight. The Italian in me has been wanting Spaghetti and meatballs. :)

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2/15/08 6:22 P

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We tried this recipe tonight (I had gotten it from a friend) and it was yummy! I edited the recipe to allow for 4 meatballs per serving, and that worked out perfectly to make a 400-calorie meal. It was very filling.

You can easily double/triple it and use a larger Crock Pot too. The ingredients are very cheap at Aldi.

Fit & Active frozen turkey meatballs - $1.99
Traditional spaghetti sauce - $0.99
Thin Spaghetti - $1.29

My hubby and I will be able to eat this 3 times before the sauce runs out, and 4 times before the meatballs run out. That's pretty economical. :)

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2/13/08 6:31 P

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The recipe I just posted can be gotten entirely at Aldi and makes a great dinner. You can easily double or triple it for a large family and just use a larger Crock Pot. (Since I cook for my husband and I, I entered it as 2 servings.) The turkey meatballs are the Fit & Active brand, and the recipe uses 1/2 serving for each person.

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