Never heard of it. I'm not a big magazine fan though...
I just googled it. I have lots of homemade cookbooks, but I don't have a big family to feed while working fulltime. When I had only 3 kids I made up a simple rotating system, worked easy too. I don't like to rely too much on tech for that kind of thing. I'd reather spend the $ and time on other things...
Never heard of it, but did sign up for a trial. I take allot of magazines & buy cookbooks, so we'll see how this works.
Sue, Just to clarify, it's not a magazine subscription, but a meal planning subscription. Hope this helps! I think you'll really like it.
Wow, I looked at it and didn't even think it was a magazine. Think I should look again but it didn't look like anything I needed.
Becky, it's not a magazine subscription, but rather a meal planning program, that they call a subscription. So sorry for any confusion! Go to my search box (right sidebar) and put in "Plan to Eat" and you'll get my posts that explain it in more detail.
I am curious how this translates for real foodies. Is it worth it? At 1/2 off I am tempted to try, but it's stillmoney I normally would not spend so I hesitate.
Definitely works for the REAL Foodies. In fact, they just did an entire series on their blog where they cooked REAL food recipes from a cookbook and tested them. Check out the blog here to get an idea of what they're up to and the contributors (I'm assuming you can see it without a subscription): http://homesteadrevival.blogspot.com/2012/01/plan-to-eat.html (Shannon of Nourishing Days writes on the blog)
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