Rachael Ray Roundup

I'm always on the lookout for new ideas in menu planning. My friend Jamie now uses a program called e-Mealz. It's another one of those ideas that I kick myself for not thinking of! They look at your local store, figure out what is on sale, and create a menu for you, complete with a shopping list organized by area and broken down by meal in case you don't want to make all seven meals.

Now, I have to admit I probably won't sign up because the meals rely heavily on processed ingredients (like canned soup for sauces, onion soup mix for seasoning, velveeta cheese), but if you or a friend are looking for meals on a budget that are definitely better than fast food, send them the link! I also think it's great to support a family-run business like this.

2 comments:

  1. I found your food blog going through a few links. Glad I ran into it. Didn’t know that the food blog/recipe community was so big online. I love your posts!

    I was wondering if you would like to exchange links. I’ll drop yours on my site and you drop mine on yours. Email at ramendays@yahoo.com or stop by my site and drop a comment. Let me know if you would like to do a link exchange.

    Cheers,
    Caleb
    http://www.ramendays.com

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  2. Glad you stumbled across Kitchen Stewardship - thanks for including the link! What a fun website you have here... :) Katie

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