Week 4: Enter now!

I know you’ve probably scrolled through the last few weeks of blog posts and read about the great recipes from Budget Bytes, the ease of

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One Pot October (Week 1)

Fall foods are my favorite to cook, and more importantly, to eat! This month’s challenge incorporates fall flavors using warm simmering sauces, scrumptious pastas, and soups/stews,

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Grill It! Week 2

We’re in week 2 of our Grill It! summer recipe series. These awesome recipes have been compiled from all over the internet and are healthy, easy

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Grill It!

Summer is almost here, which means that it is time to start thinking about grilled veggies, meats, fresh veg, and delicious fruits that you can’t

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One Pot April: Week 2

We’re in week 2 of One Pot April! Throughout the month of April, Plan to Eat will be sharing 20 recipes from a variety of cookbooks and bloggers

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One Pot April

To help ease the craziness in the kitchen, Plan to Eat is hosting One Pot April. Throughout the month of April, Plan to Eat will

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Be Present, Be Thankful

This is the time of year that I get several requests to talk about managing big, holiday meals. Everyone wants the best tips for navigating

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Sara

Late Night Noshing

It’s bound to happen — at around 10:00 pm, you start to feel hungry. You ate dinner, but for some reason, those hunger pangs start to kick

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(Not) Vegging Out

I hear it all of the time, “Joe won’t eat his broccoli, how can I get him to at least try it?” Just so you

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Meal Mapping, part 1

Your good intentions for nutritious cooking and eating usually fall apart when Monday rolls around, right? Why not give Meal Mapping a try? This handy

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Working with the Queue

I have added hundreds of recipes to my Plan to Eat account over the years.  I don’t even come close to the amount that some of

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Erin

A Mazarin(-ish) Recipe

No, I’m not Swedish (which is where Mazariner hail from). Nor am I Italian (where the cakes reportedly came from before they came from Sweden).

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The Recipe View

Many Plan to Eat users have been asking for a way to access the details of a recipe without being taken to a different page in

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Shannon

Baking Wheat-Free

When one finds out that they are unable to eat a certain food, the mind automatically goes to extremes. “I guess I’ll never eat ice

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Sweet Potato-Chicken Curry

  We’re still making our way through the 160 pounds of sweet potatoes I purchased last fall. We’re fairly sick of the roasted, buttered option

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