Menus, Recipes & Grocery Lists for a Crowd to Reduce Holiday Cooking Stress
BIRMINGHAM, AL (November 14, 2012) – Why tear your hair out piecing together your holiday dinner menu by poring over multiple cookbooks, online resources and tattered Family Circle recipes – especially if you’re dealing with special dietary regimens? Simply download a free holiday menu from online meal planning service eMeals in your choice of Clean Eating, Gluten-Free, Low Carb and Classic categories. You’ll save time, relieve stress and – most importantly – set a stellar holiday table.
The Clean Eating holiday menu, for example, features good-for-you dishes made with fresh ingredients that steer largely clear of sugar and processed foods. The menu includes:
Each holiday plan comes with easy recipes, instructions and tips for every menu item, plus a print-and-go shopping list organized by store sections for easy shopping. Every plan serves 8 to 12 people, with an optional 24-person version of the Classic menu.
If you want to simplify your everyday meal planning and shopping as well, eMeals also offers weekly meal plans for about $5 a month that deliver the same features and reduce family grocery bills by up to $1,000 a year. Subscribers can choose from 50 specialized menu options for two people or for a family. Weekly menus, recipes and corresponding grocery lists that enable efficient once-a-week food shopping are delivered directly to each subscriber’s email inbox and are also available at their password-protected member’s page on the eMeals website.
For a full description of the eMeals program, visit www.emeals.com/how-it-works.
eMeals is America's leading digital meal planning solution and an emerging player in the meal kit market. Each week eMeals provides easy-to-follow recipes and a one-click shopping list that optionally connects to online grocery pickup and delivery partners. With a database of tens of thousands of recipes assembled over the last decade, subscribers have a choice of 15 food style plans tailored to different dietary goals and eating preferences. Life is hard; make dinner easy. Visit www.emeals.com to sign up for a two-week free trial.