Saturday, June 26, 2010

"And I come home with $100 worth of groceries and I still don't have anything to fix for dinner! What's up with that? "

Constructing a meal plan around specials at the supermarket can help save money-but it also requires extra time and coordination. E-Mealz ( charges its subscribers $5-$8 per month to receive weekly menus based on sales at local grocery chains.

-from the June 19,2010 World magazine (which magazine, by the way, just gets better and better).

E-Mealz includes Publix, Wal-Mart, and Kroger among the stores they watch. They will prepare veggie menus.

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