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1GROVES2 Posts: 10,236
1/4/13 11:22 A

never heard of either, but I plan to check into them. Thanks for sharing
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DRGNFLYACRES SparkPoints: (6,136)
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1/3/13 6:17 P

I use Ziplist. Similar idea, used by a lot of the blogs and websites I frequent. I can search for new recipes filtering which websites I want to pull from. I have the app on my ipad and ipod, so either can go to the grocery store with me.

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1/3/13 5:24 P

I know there are several meal planning sites available, but I've been using Pepperplate for several months to store my recipes and plan our weekly menu - I love this site! I usually add recipes and create my shopping list on my PC, then it syncs to my Kindle. I bring my Kindle to the store for shopping and into the kitchen when I cook. Bonus when I listen to Pandora on my Kindle while cooking!

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