Seattle, WA (PRWEB) August 14, 2008
Rising fuel and food costs have consumers searching high and low for effective ways to save money. The household grocery bill is the one expense many Americans identify as an easily manageable area to trim. The reality is it takes skill to purchase groceries that can be prepared within the short time frames many working people and busy families are able to put aside for meals today. Add to that the need to have a meal that will appeal to picky and non-discriminating eaters alike, and the meal preparation task becomes a little stressful. Seattle area cooking enthusiast and computer programmer, Julie Languille related all to well this scenario. So, she took her love of food and binary numbers to create an online menu and grocery planning service that puts it all together beautifully, simply and affordably.
Languille created Dinners In A Flash (http://www.dinnersinaflash.com) to help the busy cook, searching for ways to save money and still come up with tasty, customizable dinners in a flash.
With a few clicks of a computer-mouse the Dinners In A Flash online system can create a customized dinner plan for 2 days, a week, a month or more. The computerized system pulls from more than 2500 mouthwatering recipes, according to the user's tastes, skill and desired preparation and cooking time. New recipes are added every month.
Dinners In A Flash is also innovative. Julie incorporated into her service a "waste-free" grocery list that can be generated with every menu plan or recipe. All the cook has to do is indicate on her dinner plan the number of servings required and automatically the system figures out the appropriate quantities for each item on the grocery list. This eliminates the chances of purchasing excessive quantities that may go to waste. An intuitive service like this is just the right choice for today's eco-conscious consumers.
To see Dinners In A Flash in action, view the audiovisual demonstration by clicking here.
If you'd like to interview Julie to discuss her innovative service, her journey to creating this business, or her "Top 5 ways a Menu Planning Service can Help Eco-conscious Consumers Save Money" plan, feel free to contact Sharon McMillan at sharon.mcmillan(at)bellnet.ca or