I agree!!! The best part of that site is that all the recipes are reviewed, so you know if it's good or not before you bother trying it. Plus the reviews often have tips on how to improve each recipe.
My husband's favorite dinner is absolutely delicious and easy to make - plus it satisfies that fast-food craving and it's cheap. Cheeseburger macaroni - but not the Hamburger Helper kind.
I start by browning 1 to 1-1/4 pounds of ground beef in a skillet - leave the lid on to help steam the meat while it browns, stirring often, for about 20 minutes. In the meantime, make a box of mac and cheese, or do it from scratch if you prefer. If you can find a mac and cheese with more substantial elbow noodles, that is even better than Kraft which can get a little soggy. Make the mac and cheese like normal. When it's done, the meat should also be done. Drain grease, then add ketchup and mustard to taste and stir. Fold in the mac and cheese. Done.
Believe me, it is SO good and if you have kids they'll inhale it.
(If you want to make it healthier - use low-fat ground beef or turkey. You can also use whole wheat pasta or that great Barilla Plus pasta that has added protein and fiber.)