Family Mealtimes Make Comeback

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The traditional family meal is making a comeback. Weekly menu plans and grocery lists are automatically delivered each week. Users of the Recipe Rocket service also get a free personal Web page. The site features fast, healthy recipes that are easy to prepare.

Recipe Rocket, a new Web service, automatically creates weekly menus and grocery lists, helping families return to the dinner table.

Studies show that parents consider family mealtimes as important, but fewer than fifty percent actually have them. In addition, the average family can save significantly on their grocery budget by planning meals in advance.

"With work, family and everything else, there just isn't time to think about what we're going to eat every night," said Patricia Schultz, a user of the service. "With Recipe Rocket, all the guesswork is taken care of and I can get all our groceries for the week in one trip."

According to Jason Schubring, Recipe Rocket founder, "We created the service to bring busy families back together. Recipe Rocket puts meal planning on autopilot so they can focus on what's truly important." Users can choose when to receive menus and can tailor them based on ingredient preferences and more.

"It can save families money and they also eat much healthier," said Schubring. "Meals are one of the few times a family can sit down, relax and reconnect."

A free trial is available at RecipeRocket.com. Users get instant access to their weekly menu and grocery list and can manage personal recipes at no additional charge.

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