Monday, September 22, 2008

Help with Cooking

Chad was listening to Rick and Bubba today and he heard about a website that he thought would be a great idea to try. (Bless his heart, I think it was a hint that he is missing me cook. I haven't cooked much since I became pregnant.)

The website is www.e-mealz.com For 1.25 a week you can choose a meal plan for your family and they send you weekly receipes and the shopping list. For example, chad and I choose the wal-mart two person low fat option. The website will post a weekly menu (five meals) every Friday. It provides a list of the ingredients and how to prepare the meals. The meals are simple and don't appear to take much time.

Obviously, we just signed up so I have tested it out yet, but I figure it's not a huge money loss if we don't like it. You do have to sign up for three months which is 15.00. You can cancel anytime.

I will let you know if we like it or not. They have options for all grocery stores and different types of food.

If anyone else tries it out, let me know what you think.

6 comments:

Elizabeth Sloan said...

I need to try that....I NEVER cook! Let me know how you like it and I may sign up.

andrea said...

I have never tried this, but heard of a couple people who have, and they loved it. I hope that you are feeling well. Looking forward to hanging out this weekend.

The Bordens said...

What a great idea. I am sooo happy for the both of you, we just had a little girl 3 months ago, life is great. Keep in touch. Go Alpha Gamma Delta. Kristi Villarreal Borden

Melodie S. said...

I am so glad you shared this. I have never heard of it. I rarely cook, but would like to step up my culinary skills. Might have to try it.

The Chandler Babies said...

I need to cook so I think I will try it! Have a great week! I will be prying for you and little Parker!

Kayla said...

Melodie and Elizabeth, glad to know someone else doesn't cook!! I have great dreams of cooking for my family, but as of now I only use the stove for boiling bottles and pacifiers lol! When I do start, this sounds like a great idea!