Food on the Table Menu Planning Service | FREE For Life

Remember back in December – when I told you about the Food on the Table menu planning service?

Food on the Table is this really cool program that puts together a menu plan for you based on your food preferences (including vegetarian and even kosher) and sales at your local grocery stores. It even makes a detailed grocery list and gives you a place to store all your favorite recipes.

Until now, the “free” program has only included three meals per week, but the premium (unlimited meals) service was an upcharge.

Great news! Thru the end of the month, you can get Food on the Table’s premium membership completely FREE for life. No upcharge!

Just be sure to use the coupon code FEBFREE. You do not need to enter your credit card information for this code to work.

Sign up for Food on the Table here.

Have you tried out Food on the Table? What do you think so far?


  1. I just signed up. Where do I select Kosher?

    • Under food preferences. Their selection is limited right now to the recipes that people have uploaded and tagged as kosher (it’s not ideal) – but I was psyched since it is the only menu planning service I’ve come across that even offers the option!

      I think the more of us that are kosher and tag recipes as such, the better it will get.

  2. not clear on how to sign up “for life.” the website is not very clear at all. 🙁

    • Caroline – Using the FEBFREE code is supposed to confer a lifetime Premium membership. This is straight from the Food on the Table people, so I sure hope there aren’t any issues!

      • I went to the subscription page, and it doesn’t seem to want to do anything without a credit card. There is no indication of premium membership or anything beyond yearly membership. I’m not sure I need this site as I have many resources for recipes, sales, and grocery lists, but it’s frustrating that the site doesn’t seem to function well.

        • Mendy Lipszyc says

          Im having the same problem. Wont let me sign up without a valid credit card

          • Mendy – when you click the link in this post, you should see a yellow box on the right side of the page – it asks for your email and a code. If it’s not auto-filled (mine was), just type febfree there. I just did it with a separate email to test it – and I was never asked for the credit card information.

  3. I’m just having trouble with the issue that none of the grocery stores I shop at are actually supported on the site…

    • I know. We have a lot of local (KC-only) stores, so I’m in the same boat.

      Truthfully, I am still a pen-and-paper menu planner, but I figure those days when I’m lacking all inspiration, a free service might not be a bad idea!

  4. How do I get to preferances?

    • All I see is gluten- free, vegetarian, low-carb, low-fat and low-sodium

      • Hmmm, there was a kosher option in December when I signed up and ran thru it. In fact, FOTT contacted me specifically because they had that option. Let me check and see what I can find out.

        • I’m having the same issue.
          Hope you can find out for us soon.
          Thanks so much for all you do!

          • As I said above, I just signed up again to see what is happening with the credit cards and the kashrut. Re. preferences – I am very sorry. Kosher *was* an option in December, when I first talked about this service. I can’t find it as an option now. I have emailed the folks at FOTT, and I really hope to hear back from them to let you know one way or the other.

  5. Is there a way to get the free lifetime membership if you already have signed up on the free trial? Where can I go to put in the code?

    • Miri – Unfortunately not. This is only for new sign-ups (have you invested a lot already in your current membership?)

  6. When I clicked on the link, it redirected me to a page that indicated that the offer had expired?????

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