Giveaway Extended! Food On the Table Premium Service!

Earlier this week I began my series on online meal planning services with a review of Food on the Table’s service (read about it here!) I’m excited to kick off this series because I’ve been in contact with over 30 other services, all with something unique to offer and I can’t wait to tell you all about them. The extra bonus? I’ve got over two months worth of related giveaways lined up too!

I’m extending the giveaway through this weekend for Food on the Table’s one month free of their Premium Service (let’s you plan up to seven meals per week and choose from over 1,000 recipes in their database (vs. 100 recipes for their basic service).

1. Leave a comment with why you would like this service or your biggest meal planning challenge.

FOR EXTRA ENTRIES (do one or all or somewhere in between!):
2. Become a follower of my blog (link is on the left of this page)
3. Like Meal Planning Magic on Facebook
4. Email subscribe to my blog

Remember, leave a comment for each entry. Only one entry per person per method listed above. If you are already a follower or subscribe to my blog, you can still have an extra entry–just mention that in the comment. Good luck!

Giveaway Rules:
**UPDATED 2/14/11**
Congratulations to our winner, #12, Shannon!

Winner will be chosen via and will have 48 hours to claim their prize. If prize is not claimed a new winner will be chosen. Winner will be posted on blog and if an email is given, they will be contacted via email. Open to US residents only (because the service is only available here–sorry to my other international readers!)


Disclosure: I discovered Food On the Table on my own a few months ago and planned to include it in my meal planning service review. In the meantime, I was contacted by the company to test the service and did receive one month’s worth of premium service and was offered a giveaway opportunity for a reader of my blog. Check out Giveaway Scout’s listing of blogs with giveaways for more chances to win great prizes (seen link to the left).


  1. Keri Richards says

    My biggest meal planning challenge is thinking of new recipes to try or new dishes to make. My weekly meals are starting to become a little tired. Too much of the same thing.

  2. Anonymous says

    I have trouble thinking out of the box! I get use to cooking the same things over and over. Would love to be adventurous that's why I search your site! Food on the table is a awesome site too!
    Thanks for all your help Brenda with cooking!! It has helped so much with my meal planning!

  3. Carey says

    My biggest meal plannng challenge is deciding on the meals. I've always meal-planned. I don't actually understand how to grocery shop otherwise! :) But I have been in such a rut and SO bored with it for several months now, so I'm excited to see a possibility for a new/easier way to do that.

  4. Robin Acevedo says

    My challenge is trying to sync up the time required to plan the meals and the shopping lists with my desire to try new dishes, not to mention wanting to shop the grocery store specials and use coupons. It all seems overwhelming, so I usually end up making the same old stand-bys (or worse, driving through somewhere when I didn't have time to grocery shop). Love your blog by the way!

  5. Janet Birt says

    My biggest meal planning challenge is finding nutritious kid-friendly meals. Unfortunately, my daughter is a picky eater. Pleasing all family members is a huge challenge.

  6. Sheri says

    My biggest challenge is picky eaters, and a husband who travels or is gone for months at a time. It's hard to make everyone happy while serving decent meals.

  7. Shannon says

    Count me in! My biggest meal planning challenge is our schedules. We're home during the day, but most evenings, we are somewhere else–the kids take taekwondo, have church, Brownies, etc. I tutor several nights a week, and my husband teaches TKD and my son's church class. We need meals that are either quick & easy, or waiting for us when we get home. :o)

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