Next, you review your grocery list and adjust it as needed-removing any items that you might have on hand. You can then print your grocery list, your recipes, your meal plans-or you can email them to yourself to use when you are ready. There it is, waiting in my inbox. I'll probably add a few items to my list before I make it to the grocery store. That's it! Once a week, you can spend five minutes and access store specials and customized recipes to help you plan your menu. I may not follow the recipes to the letter, but I love having some ideas generated that are linked to sale items. I'm sold!
HEIDI'S FOOD ON THE TABLE PLAN
I told my little sister Heidi about Food on the Table and she was gung-ho, especially since she had a weekly menu in her hands in five minutes. Honestly, the whole process took five minutes-and I had to slow her down so I could take pictures. See for yourself!
First Heidi registered an account-first name, email, password-that's it! Next, she picked a participating grocery store in her area. She clicked on a few categories of food that her family regularly eats. She selected items from her list that were also on sale at her grocery store.She customized her plan by choosing time saving recipes for this week. (Good idea since she's got four kids under the age of 7.)Within seconds, the computer had generated recipes. She's making pasta with Italian sausage and ground beef. (The kids will love it!) Look what she saved on just this one meal. She reviewed her grocery list ...and hit print. That was it! Next week it'll be even faster for her, since she won't have to spend thirty seconds registering.
Give it a try and tell me how you like it! (Click here to go straight there.) I know you'll love it. It'll save you time and money, so you can go spend you time and money on the things you truly love.
Chicken Fettucini Alfredo