Recent Articles from the Blog
This time of year always seems to fly by! We wish you and your family Happy Holidays as we go into the new year. And enjoy some of our most recent posts from November 2022 on the Plan to Eat blog, including tips & tricks, new recipes, and so much more!
The holiday season is stressful. From hosting gatherings, and giving gifts, to figuring out what to eat every night, this time of the year is a lot. What’s the solution to holiday stress?
Linda Feller is a long-time Plan to Eat fan girl and the party lover behind Sip + Sanity, a food blog focused on recipes for entertaining. In this episode, Linda shares her 7 tips for stress-free party planning to help us feel confident as we host holiday parties this season.
David is a husband, father, and entrepreneur. In this episode, we chat with David about how life changes when your family grows and how creating family time at the dinner table can be a transformative experience for everyone.
MacKenzie Koppa is the host of the Live Well Anyway Podcast. We talk with MacKenzie about thoughtful gift giving followed by an overview of Plan to Eat’s 2022 Holiday Gift Guide!
Join us to learn about the craft of making bean-to-bar chocolate with Gila of DAR Chocolate, a Colorado-based chocolate-making company, on a mission to connect artists and art lovers through artisan chocolate.
We had a fabulous conversation with Ange about valuing our time, setting boundaries, and slowing down. She talks about the value of eating meals with her family and the hardships that lead her to start her own business. We hope you enjoy this inspiring convo!
We’re partnering with three bloggers in December to bring you allergen-friendly holiday recipes! We will be sharing two recipe mash-ups that feature a Peppermint Biscotti recipe from All Day I Dream About Food and a Spiced Cake recipe from Unbound Wellness. Our long-time blog writer, Anna, will also provite conventional recipes to complement the allergen-friendly versions.
Watch for related blog posts in the next two weeks!
Thank you to everyone who purchased a subscription on Tuesday, November 29th! We donated 10% of that day’s sales to three non-profit organizations we care about, Eat Well Exchange, Larimer County Food Bank, and The Chickasaw Foundation. In total, we donated $2,600 for #GivingTuesday!
Mobile App Updates
We’ve been squashing bugs and working on new features for the Plan to Eat app! This month we released app version 2.9.16.
- We renamed “Cooking Challenges” to “PTE Recipes.”
- We refreshed several UI elements such as header titles, planner menus, modal animations, and shopping list categories.
- We fixed a UI bug with the collapsible calendar animation in the planner.
- We fixed a bug related to the number link next to each grocery store in your shopping list. It will now scroll you to the purchased items section of your shopping list when “Consolidate Purchased Items” is selected in your settings.
- We fixed several bugs related to modal animations and page navigation.
The development team continued to make updates and fix bugs on the website version of Plan to Eat.
- We renamed the “Cooking Challenges” recipe book to “PTE Recipes”
- We fixed the Queue button in the Recipe Clipper. You can now queue a saved recipe inside the recipe clipper.
- We updated the gift subscription welcome email.
We will continue to notify you of any updates and new features on our blog and via email. In the meantime, if you have any questions, you can always contact our support team.
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