I can also recommend Menu-Mailer if you are willing to try cooking. It's not all that hard. And it includes a shopping list! If you can do the cooking, it's easy to save more money by buying the ingredients on sale.OK I am going to try it. Earlier this year I was searching the internet for a good online grocery/recipe management software. Something where I could assemble recipes and it would spit out a shopping list. But never found anything I liked.This Menu-Mailer actually looks more practical as it actually picks the recipes and assembles a grocery list for you per season. I assume spice variation is minimized so you don't have to purchase 6 new exotic spices each week for example.We purchased a crock pot a month ago to start cooking, although we have just been cooking the same recipe over and over. This should give us the variety we are looking for. "Cook/assemble" late in the evening, put the crock pot in the fridge. Then pull it out in the morning and start. I'm going to try the first week freebee after Thanksgiving.--whyohwhyoh
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