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Timothy Olyphant's Crockpot Pizza Casserole

Timothy Olyphant's Crockpot Pizza Casserole

Crockpot Pizza Casserole

1 box penne pasta, cooked
2 cans pizza sauce
1 lb. ground beef, browned
1 package pepperoni
1 ½ - 2 packages shredded mozzarella cheese

Prepare your crockpot with nonstick cooking spray. Add multiple layers of pasta sauce, noodles, beef, and cheese, then top with pepperoni and more cheese. Cook on low about 2 hours or until everything is hot and cheese is melted.

Timothy Olyphant was born on May 20, 1968, in Hawaii. He grew up in California and was nicknamed “Olyphantastic” because of his multiple talents – from competitive swimming to arts and acting. While pursuing a master’s in fine arts at the University of California, Irvine, he was hired as UCI’s swim coach. He then moved to New York to pursue an acting career. He made his acting debut in an off-Broadway theater in 1995, in The Monogamist, and won the Theatre World Award for his performance. He is known for his roles in Justified, Deadwood, Hitman, and Santa Clarita Diet.

Did you Know?

Playing Cards and Nintendo

Playing Cards and Nintendo

Did you know that Nintendo made playing cards long before they made video games? Nintendo was originally founded in 1889 as a playing card company. They sold Hanafuda collectible playing cards that were so popular they couldn’t keep up with demand. Nintendo’s first video game system was released in 1977, called the “Color TV Game 6.” By 1981, Donkey Kong became the most sought-after coin-operated game in the market. In 2012, Nintendo’s former president, Hiroshi Yamauchi, was considered the 11th richest man in the world by Forbes Magazine, with a net worth of $2.7 billion.

Printing Quiz

When your printer mentions bounce, what they really mean is:

  • to strike a surface and rebound, like a ball going up and down
  • to refuse payment on (a check) because of insufficient funds
  • an issue where images do not appear in the same place on every page

In printing terminology, bounce refers to the inconsistent positioning of the printed image on the sheets of paper as they travel through a printing press. 

For more help with understanding printing jargon, click here to visit our Glossary of Printing Terms