Check out emeals.com. It is basically a service that sends you a weekly dinner menu and shopping list. I saw a groupon for it and I thought "Who would pay for that?" I already have TONS of recipes from magazines and a lot of magazines also have weekly plans. But I looked into it a little further, and it is much more than just a weekly a menu. One cool feature is that you can choose your grocery store and they will plan your menu around what is on sale. Right now they only have menus for ALDI, Kroger, Publix, Ralphs, Safeway, Wal-Mart, Whole Foods, or just any other store. They also have a number of menus to choose from: You can just do "regular" or they also have clean eating, gluten free, low carb, low fat, portion control, vegetarian, or natural and organic, and you can also choose between family size recipes or recipes for two. We have been doing the clean eating menu for about three weeks and we really love it. Only one recipe we have made was just ok - the rest were phenomenal. They also have bonus recipes for holidays and other events. I just saw today there is a special vacation menu up. Also the grocery list that comes with it is really well organized and it has the # of the recipe, so if you want to cut one out, it is really easy to update the list. (We go out at least once a week, plus with leftovers, we are probably making about 4-5 of the recipes a week). I also feel like they try to use the same ingredients in the week, so if a recipe calls for half an onion, you will probably use the other half later in the week (I hate those meal plans that have you buy a bunch of ingredients and then you have all this half open stuff around). Also, you can change your menu type I think once a month. I think I paid $29 for the whole year with my groupon, but they have shorter plans, too. Check out the video on the website and also they have some sample menus too. They do have a referral program so if anyone is interested, send me a PM. I think it has been worth it - it ends that annoying question of what is for dinner. Even if you only incorporate a few of the recipes into your regular rotation each week, I think it is a great service.