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Save Time & Money With Your Own Free Meal Planning Service!

Food on the Table is a free online-service designed to help families eat better and save money at the grocery store. At Food on the Table, you build a profile on the site by finding your grocery store on the site’s map, choosing which ingredients you like to cook with (i.e. chicken, beef, fish), and designating what kinds of meal you always, occasionally, or never make (e.g. gluten-free, crockpot meals, pasta dishes).

Using your personalized profile, the site creates a weekly meal plan with corresponding recipes and grocery lists. The site will even tell you if the ingredients in your meal plan are on sale at your designated grocery store. Food on the Table is so useful! It’s amazing the amount of time and effort this program saves me.

Here’s how you can sign up for Food on the Table:

  • Click the picture above.
  • Enter your email address and the promotional code summerfree in the designated boxes. Then click on the green “Start Meal Planning” button.
  • Follow the prompts on the site to select your grocery store, set food preferences, and choose your ingredients. Then select your recipes and view and print your custom grocery list and recipes.
  • Each week, you can edit your food preferences and ingredients to get a fresh batch of recipes. With all the variety, there is sure to be something for everyone in your family. My family just loves Food on the Table’s Barbecue Chicken Pizza (ready in 35 minutes) and Orange Glazed Chicken (ready in 20 minutes).
  • Food on the Table also has a mobile app which is useful when you are at the store and want to refer to your recipes or grocery lists.

Do your grocery shopping and start cooking. That’s all there is to it! Easy, right? Don’t’ wait! Sign up now.

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2 thoughts on “Save Time & Money With Your Own Free Meal Planning Service!”

  1. this is a great website!!!

    • Isidore33 says:

       nice website, though it would be even better if it made recipes with items that also are found as coupons for the week or previous weeks. Fun either way!