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Mighty Menu Makers

FOR BUDGET SHOPPERS

The Dinner Daily

thedinnerdaily.com

Cost: Plans begin at $4 a month, with a two-week free trial.

Sometimes, the easiest and most cost-effective way to plan a week’s worth of meals is to look at what’s on special at your local grocery store. That’s the concept behind the Dinner Daily. A preference survey—including how many people you’re cooking for and any “no broccoli, ever” food restrictions—is used to produce a weekly menu of dinners based on your go-to grocery store’s weekly sale cycle. If the menu options don’t appeal—not chicken again!—users can rotate out selected dinners for new ones.

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