I am currently being summoned by my lovely and commanding canine companion. Despite having taken him on two walks today, he is once again demanding my attention. Unfortunately, it is not yet time for his dinner, so he may be disappointed to learn this fact. Furthermore, we will not be embarking on a third walk as the sky is quickly clouding over and becoming darker.
Not at all, but a lot of takeaway places will also provide a delivery service. This can generally be done by ordering on the phone, in person, or online.
You know the apps – Just Eat, Deliveroo, Uber Eats, Yo Foodie, and probably many more I can’t think of. I think it generally costs companies extra, so some companies organise their delivery service.
What I have noticed, however, is that the least likely fast food place to offer a delivery service or online ordering service are Chinese takeaways. I have no idea why this is. I’m sure it would be used if they did.
Don’t worry often have a takeaway, but if I did I’d like to be able to order a Chinese online (sweet & sour) and have it delivered. Sadly this is not an option. I don’t drive so delivered takeaway is the only kind I’ll get.
Hello friends! A little while ago I shared a bunch of ideas for tasty packed lunches. Today I’m back with some yummy breakfast inspiration, from fun make-ahead meals to quick dishes you can add to your morning routine. Of course there’s always cereal or pop tarts, but if you want some more quality fuel for […]
Some of you already know about this app I’m sure. It’s been around a while, people or companies use it to give away free food.
What you might not know is it expanded is there is more on offer now it is not just food.
If you have some surplus food, or other bits and pieces that you’d like to give to someone you may not be able to afford them, or just too prevent waste which is main object of the app, then download it, have a browse and pop bits on there.
Food is usually on there for a limited time and you will have to pick it up at the time and place agreed by the person giving. If there is more than one package waiting to be collected then please just take your own one and not other people’s as well.
Before the start of the Lenten fast, commonly known as ‘Pancake Tuesday’, (Shrove Tuesday) is a time when many still engage in the practice of making, tossing and eating mountains of pancakes. Over-indulgence is expected, if not demanded, and children will come into school on Ash Wednesday boasting of their pancake-eating feats. Generally, large, very […]