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Plan to Enjoy



Could you use more time and money in your life?

According to a recent USA Today article, a moderate cost food plan for a family is about $1000 per month! And here's the worst part of it, we throw away about two months of that food EVERY YEAR! And that doesn't even include all the time, fuel, and energy we spend going to the grocery store for multiple trips each week because we didn't pick up all the ingredients we needed.

What if you could spend more time enjoying life 
and less time wandering the grocery aisle?

With our help, you'll be able to

  • get in and out of the grocery store faster
  • save money by not running to the store five times a week
  • fewer impulse buys
  • creating less waste and fewer duplicate purchases
  • sharing more meals with friends and family in your home
  • eat out because you want to and not because there's nothing in the house
Here's what you won't have to do
  • no bulk warehouse membership
  • no coupon clipping
  • no marathon cooking days that end in forgotten freezer meals
  • deal with a box of vegetables that you've never seen before

Our dinner ideas involve plans for real, fresh food that you can buy from any local grocer. 

They are meal plans with ingredients that don't require a thousand trips, 

that cook up quickly, and leave you with 

plenty of time to enjoy the meal and those that you share it with.

 Want to see if your family can save some money with our system? 


Here's what you'll get with Plan to Enjoy email subscription!

A monthly newsletter with 

A story from our table
Kitchen Tips
Shopping Tips
As well as a tried and true recipe from our collection

A weekly email with 

7 dinner time recipes
Grocery list all ready to shop
Early access to the Stories from the Kitchen podcast



Join today to start saving time and money!


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Every month is a different cooking adventure from pies, to pumpkins, to BBQ, to bread. 



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