Here's a good place to start your meal planning
Making meals from scratch is a great way to save money and control what you eat throughout the week, but sometimes our ventures in the kitchen don’t result in cookbook-perfect dishes. Still, home-cooking is worth the trouble, especially when you want to eat healthier and prevent food waste.
The best way to manage planning and making your own meals is to start small—maybe a three-day rotation of dishes first—then improve as you go. Another important step is to create a budget plan for the week. How much are you willing to spend? The key here is to compare that with your daily meal budget when eating out.
If you’re looking for a reliable partner for this task, All Day Supermarket might just be the answer. With its offering of quality and affordable items, doing your grocery shopping here will remind you to “Live to Eat.” It has everything you need for your meal-planning, home-cooking, and more, with local and international produce selections that are strategically organized to make shopping a real pleasure. All Day Supermarket’s aisles provide enough elbow room for shoppers to peruse through the variety of food products, taking some of the usual hassle away from grocery shopping.
The supermarket is laid out in different sections, which include The Winery for a curated wine and deli selection, International Food Stop, AllNatural, and Gastroville. But one of the undeniable crowd favorites is their Paluto, a Dampa-inspired section where customers can get their produce, pay for them, and then choose what dish they want served— sinigang, adobo, grilled steak, and liempo. Those who are pressed for time can even have their dinner cooked here as they shop so they can bring home a fresh and well-prepped meal for the family, minus the hassle on their grocery adventures. All Day Supermarket has branches in Libis, Las Piñas, C5 Extension Las Pinas, Taguig, Edsa-Shaw, Sta. Rosa, Bataan, Pampanga, Daang Hari, and Kawit, as well as newly opened regional stores in Iloilo and Naga. For more information, visit www.allday.com.ph.