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EZ Meal Planning with E-Mealz


I just signed up for the E-Mealz meal-planning service - for $5 a month, someone else plans my meals for me! Sweet! They also offer a gluten-free menu option!

I signed up for the Low-Fat meal plan, at "any" store (as opposed to Wal-Mart, Kroger, Publix, or Aldi). I figure low-fat is good, since I'm on Weight Watchers, and I can shop whereever - I usually hit Hy-Vee because it's closest to me.

Right after I registered, I got access to this week's menu and last week's. This week's menu included:

  • Chicken Pesto with Angel Hair Pasta
  • Orange Teriyaki Beef & Noodle Bowl
  • Crustless Spinach Quiche
  • Swiss Chicken
  • Peel & Eat Shrimp
  • Lemony Chicken Kebobs
  • Crockpot French Dip Sandwiches

I probably won't make all those recipes, since my family tends to be picky, but I'm going to try most of them. I spend way too much time planning the menu and making the grocery list every week, so I want to make the most of this service.

If you use E-Mealz, or any other menu-planning service, I'd love to hear what you think about it!

DISCLAIMER: The above links are affiliate links, where I get a small referral fee for new registrations.

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Glowing review of fantasy-adventure novel Angst

Another glowing review of my husband's book, Angst:

Picked this up from smashwords dot com when it was available for free with a voucher.

Read the book very quickly, the story keeps moving at a pace and it kept me interested from first to the last page.

The story of how Angst, a man in his 40's suddenly becomes the wielder of a powerful sword that makes his existing magical powers look ordinary, a story of how with his loyal friends he helps to stop the threats to his homeland.

It's a good fantasy read, I thoroughly enjoyed it and would recommend it to anyone who likes the fantasy genre.

I get the impression that we could well see further adventures from Angst in the future, and I for one would be very happy to read about them, and pay for the privilege.

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