I am excited to announce that I have joinedÂ the team at gatheredtable! This amazing company shares a similar mission and vision with katincooks – to get more people in the kitchen, preparing simple homemade meals for their family. And gatheredtable gets you one step closer by providing a weekly menu plan that is customized to you! Seriously, no two customers receive the same plan!
I urge you to check out gatheredtable today -Â they are offering a free 6-month membership for a limited time (a $60 value), so you need to act quickly!
It’s easy: just sign up, answer a few questions about your cooking preferences, and start receiving customized weekly menus full of tasty, tested recipes. You can even addÂ some of your family’s favorite recipes to your recipe library, and they’ll be added to your weekly menu rotation! With a web app and an iPhone/iPad app, you can edit your menu on the fly, and use the smart shopping list to stay organized at the grocery store (or even have your weekly groceries delivered – yah!)
While I plan to continue to post at katincooks about recipes, cooking and food in general, I have putÂ my meal planner tool on hold.
I couldn’t be happier to be joining the awesome team at gatheredtable. Hopefully you’ll come along with me!
4 thoughts on “Katin joins gatheredtable”
I just registered. It’s a lovely looking site.
1. There’s no contact or support button.
2. I said I was a pescatarian, and the pork and chicken dishes remained. It really wants me to make desserts, though I demurred.
3. There’s no way to import from Evernote or NYTimes, AFAIK. If there is, would you let us know? IF there’s not, can you make one?
Best of luck!
Oh yes, there’s no option for non-US addresses.
Found the contact button. I thought it meant contact team, and that just brought up HTML code for the the team members’ bios. Oops. Sorry.
Hi Alison – So sorry I missed your comments! I am glad to hear you’re trying out gatheredtable! You can always get in touch with their support team at firstname.lastname@example.org