Yumi's, Anytime Range

November Loves

Pitango, Meal Pots for One, RRP$5 – Did you know that 75% of people eat their lunch at their desks each day, and that they are often unhealthy, boring + uninspired? I am guilty of this, and from my life in offices I know the stats are true! Gone are the days of tinned tuna, four bean mix, burnt toast and cup-a-soups thanks to the new range of Pitango Meal Pots for Ones. These bright pots are tasty and full of flavour. Zap in the microwave for 3 minutes and hey presto, lunch! These bad boys are surprisingly filling and wholesome which is always a winner on days when dreams of lunch are the only thing getting you through. Oh, and share your boring lunch on Piango’s Facebook page to go into the running to win a prize pack valued at $1,500. Visit facebook.com/pitangofoods and share a snap of your lacklustre lunch to enter.

Pitango, Meal Pots for One, RRP$5-

Pitango, Meal Pots for One, RRP$5-

Swig Flasks, Harris Tweed Hip Flask, RRP$145 – Want swag? Get Swig. Damn, these flasks are on point. More than just a hip flask, the body of these luxury flasks are seamless and made from one piece of stainless steel – so there is absolutely no risk of leakage. In keeping with its ergonomic design, the base of the flask is flat, so it can be stood up straight for easy filling. This range is housed in Tweed pouch, handmade on the Isle of Skye using exclusive Harris Tweed sourced direct from the weavers and mills on the Isle of Lewis and Harris in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. Swig offer a lifetime guarantee on their flasks and have never had a return! These guys are made to last. Available from swigflasks.com with worldwide shipping + engraving, which makes them perfect for Christmas!

Swig Flasks, Harris Tweed Range

Swig Flasks, Harris Tweed Range, RRP$145-

Yumi’s, Anytime Range, RRP$4.59 – The good folk at Yumi’s have created a new Anytime range of squeezy pouches that are perfect for topping, dressing, or spreading. This throw in your bag and go range features some classics like curried egg and tuna pate, with the squeezy pouch designs combating the odour issue that can arise if your lunch is left to sit and sweat in your bag/work fridge all day, eggcellent.

Yumi's, Anytime Range

Yumi’s, Anytime Range, RRP$4.59

Menulog voucher

GIVEAWAY + MenuLog and Ninety Nine Thai, Bondi Review

For your chance to WIN a $15 Menulog Voucher simply comment below and tell me what your favourite takeaway cuisine is and why.

Entries can be placed by commenting on this Blog, Instagram or Facebook post.

Menulog voucher

Recently the good folk at Menulog got in touch to ask if I’d be interested in helping share their good word to my followers. As an avid Menulog fan and user I jumped at the opportunity.

I work in communications and so some days when I’ve had enough of talking to people and can’t fathom another crowd, MenuLog makes me want to jump with joy and thank the founders for bringing this little guy into existence. I find it ideal for the nights you arrive home late, have bare cupboards, can’t be bothered cooking, have no takeaway menus, or the last thing you want to do is have a conversation with someone to place an order. Cue plonking on the couch, clicking on the TV and using your phone to search Menulog for exactly what you want. Ordering is simple, a few clicks swift clicks to select your meal, pop in your delivery details, and selection whether to pay cash/card – voila you’re done! Plus, you receive a nifty confirmation email and text message complete with ETA on your delivery.

For those of you unfamiliar with Menulog, it is an online/app based food delivery service. Essentially it provides you with the ability to order food online, from over 3500+ restaurants around Australia. It has great search functionality allowing you to search via both postcode and cuisine, see below:

Explore reviews from fellow users and access exclusive special offers and discounts. Oh, and did I mention that Menulog is No.1 For Online Takeaway in Australia? So what are you waiting for?!

Ninety Nine Thai, Bondi – Review

Good Thai food, always fresh, hot and flavoursome. Click here for Ninety Nine Thai, Bondi Menulog Menu.

Takeaway FoodCurry Puffs $5.90 – 4 pieces

  • These deliciously crispy parcels of mixed veggies are filled with lots of corn and have a great filling to pastry ratio which is rarely found in such an affordable starter. It is also worth noting that for something deep fried these are surprisingly not oily.

Dim Sim $6.90 – 5 pieces

  • These little bad boys are made in house with all love the love you’d find in dumpling land. They come with a great dipping sauce that has a light kick of chilli.

Takeaway Thai Food

Moo Grob Nam Dang $17.90

  • If you like pork belly and let’s be honest who doesn’t, this dish is fantastic. The only complaint is that there isn’t enough pork to want to share, and that’s not just me being a pork-hog. Pun intended. The sauce is described as a tangy Thai style, which I found to be primarily a light soy sauce. This dish comes with additional sauce, similar to the Dim Sim sauce, however I think that it is best left off.

Pad See Ew with Chicken $10.90

  • Often thought of as the “Bolognaise” of Thai food, this Pad See Ew is packed with thick noodles, tasty sauce and fresh veggies. A crowd pleaser dish with no chilli and a great alternative to the go-to dish, Pad Thai.

Coconut Rice $4.00

  • The genius who invented coconut rice is easily one of my favourite people. It is so creamy and moreish that you know every bite isn’t good for you but it’s too tasty for you to care. Pairs perfectly with the Moo Grob Nam Dang and is well recommended for an extra dollar over the steamed rice.

Takeaway Thai Food

For your chance to WIN a $15 Menulog Voucher simply comment below and tell me what your favourite takeaway cuisine is and why.

Entries can be placed by commenting on this Blog, Instagram or Facebook post.

 

Terms and Conditions: This prize is not redeemable for cash. The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. This promotion is a Game of Skill; chance plays no part in determining the winner. To enter this promotion, answer the nominated question by commenting on Daily Gluttony’s Blog www.dailygluttony.com, Instagram account @daily_gluttony, or Facebook page www.facebook.com/DailyGluttony. You are able to enter this promotion as many times as you like. The promotions ends midnight, Monday 30 June 2014 (AEST). The Winner be notified via email, Instagram private inbox or Facebook message and provided with a voucher code from Menulog to redeem. Finally, you are welcome to invite me over for dinner to share your takeaway; however I reserve the right to eat the last spring roll. 

Disclaimer: Vouchers used in this post have been provided by Menulog.