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18 November 2014

Snapware {GIVEAWAY CLOSED}

Don’t you hate it when you put leftover food in a container in the fridge and one of the kids comes along and shuffles around for something, up turns the container and your leftover pumpkin soup spills everywhere?
I am a huge fan of PYREX and have a large range of their containers in all sorts of shapes and sizes. The ones with the the blue plastic lids are fantastic, though admittedly, our lids go through a lot of wear and tear and aren’t as tight fitting as they used to be.
Snapware have come with a fantastic solution. Total Solution Glass Storage has partnered with PYREX to offer Snapware’s signature 4 latch plastic lids with PYREX glass bases.

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This means PYREX’s oven safe, stain-resistant, tempered glass is combined with Snapware’s airtight and leak-proof, 4 latch plastic lid for convenient storage solutions. The same sized lids in the range stack together and all other sizes are nestable for space efficiency. This range is BPA free, microwave and dishwasher safe.

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I have been road-testing a number of these new Snapware Total Solutions containers and have found a new favourite way of storing food – especially leftovers. The glass dish itself is quality PYREX product and the 4 latch lids make these food storage containers completely airtight and leak-proof.
The lids are made of polypropylene (PP) and the seals are made of silicone. These plastics are 100% BPA free. Containers are food-safe and FDA approved.
Best of all, they’re both microwave and dishwasher safe. The new Snapware range is also suited not only for food storage in the refrigerator, but also for storing food in the freezer.
With thanks to World Kitchen, a lucky Samelia’s Mum reader has the opportunity to win this set of the new Snapware range (pictured).

Snapware Giveaway

For your chance to win, just tell me:

What is your favourite “left-over” meal?

One of my favourite left-over dishes spaghetti carbonara. When I make it for the family, I try to make a little extra to save for my lunch the next day… that is, if someone else in the house doesn’t find it and have a midnight snack!
The winner will be announced on the Samelia’s Mum Facebook Page, so be sure to follow along to see if you are the lucky winner.

Terms and Conditions: This is a game of skill. Giveaway is open to Australian Residents ONLY. Giveaway will close on Friday, 28 November 2014 at 17:00 AEST. The prize will be sent by the promoter/s. Samelia’s Mum will take no responsibility for any delay, loss or damage to prizes sent to winner. Winner/s will be announced on the Samelia's Mum Facebook page and/or contacted by email. The winner has 7 days to claim the prize. If it is not claimed within this time period, it will be forfeited.

42 comments:

  1. I am not eligibile for the giveaway, but I will start the conversation - I live alone and when I make mac and cheese I make a lot so I can have many days of leftovers - somedays I add ham, somedays veggies.

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  2. Spaghetti Bolognaise - but like you someone else always finds the leftovers before I do!!!

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  3. Hi Anorina ,what a great idea these containers are,thankyou for sharing,my favourite leftovers is chow mein,love it reheated again,thankyou for for hosting a great giveaway.xx

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  4. My girls favourite leftover is a chicken bake with basil and Parmesan cheese topping. Everyone always fights to eat it and I always make double quantity!!!!!

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  5. My favourite leftovers would have to be zucchini slice because my daughter likes to have it cold for lunch the next day. It makes preparing school lunch a breeze!

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  6. Mine and the kids favourite leftover is chicken and leek pie.

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  7. My favourite is beef stroganoff, heating it the next day allows the sour cream to develop the flavour to be richer and creamer.

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  8. I make extra fried rice and plain boiled pasta. Ideal as leftovers and the pasta can be turned into salad in a jiffy. This is a fabulous giveaway

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  9. I love leftover roast vegies. I either eat them as they are or turn them in bubble and squeak

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  10. I love a cottage pie made from some left over roast beef....
    Thanks....
    Hugz

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  11. Oh yeah - finally a glass bottom option! I feel like I am constantly transferring leftovers from their ovenware dish to a 'leftovers' dish with a lid. I'll have to look out for these! My favourite leftover meal is lasagne. I always think it tastes even better the next day. Although after reading Fiona's comment I feel like cottage pie...

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  12. Osso Bucco always better the next day

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  13. These look fantastic! Nachos are definitely my favourite left-over meal, it always seems to taste better the next day slathered with more cheese, melted and scooped up with corn chips.

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  14. One of my favorite leftovers is Ginger Soy Chicken.

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  15. My favourite left-over meal by far is my husban's spaghetti bolognase. He puts lots of delicious herbs and bits and pieces into it, so that even though it's amazing on the night, it's absolutely divine the next day. Yum!

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  16. Potato bake is my all time favourite left over meal I think it tastes way better the next day ;-)

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  17. I love using left over mashed potato to make the top for shepherds pie. I always make loads of mashed potato so I can make two shepherds pie, then we eat one and put the other one in the freezer for later.

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  18. Home made canneloni. The yummy tomato paste and spiced mince really permeate the pasta for a richer taste making the left overs super yummy

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  19. I love leftover beef vegetable soup. So much better the next day!

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  20. Lasagna always tastes better when eaten as left-overs!

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  21. My favourite leftover meal has to be roast lamb. Just like my mother always does I turn it into a Potato Pie. The lamb gets minced up & I add in whatever leftover gravy and veg there is & any other veg I find in the fridge. Top with mashed potato, bake & voila.

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  22. My favourite left over meal is slow cooked beef stew with potato and carrots in a red wine jus. It's always better the next day when the meat had time to soak in the jus.

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  23. My favourite is chicken and vegetable curry. It's great to freeze and a nutritious meal for the whole family. It's the perfect winter meal for those crazy busy mid week nights.

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  24. I always make extra basic bolognese sauce, making sure there is leftovers. Which will become any of the following...
    Lasagne, Pasta Bake. Stuffed peppers, Cottage Pie, Baked potato,Parma or Chilli Con Carne.
    A tray of Mince can make 2-3 meals in this house.
    But what I love to nibble on leftover roast "anything" the day after a big roast meal

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  25. A lovely mince stew that is 50:50 with vegies as it only tastes even better after fridging for a day then re-heating! Such a flexible lefover to recycle.......

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  26. My favourite is butter chicken on rice - for some reason it tastes much better the next day for lunch - I think because I didn't have to put any effort into preparing it!

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  27. I love leftover chocolate pudding...I love how all the sauce soaks into the pudding....so good!

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  28. Fried rice. It's the best combination of all your leftovers from the fridge!

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  29. I always make a double batch of Tuna mornay to save some for lunch and freeze for another meal, and even then its often not enough. My kids love it and on more than one occassion Ive found the middle child hidden in the walk in pantry eating my tuna mornay "lunch" for work the next day lol

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  30. Lasagna!! Adding a bit more of nonnas home made sauce, ohhh im salivating just thinking about it :)

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  31. Chicken Curry, it's always tastier the next day, after the chicken and potatoes have infused all the aromatic spices and paste, yummy with rice, bread or paratha.

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  32. I love the ham leftovers at christmas time.
    Sandwiches, stirfrys and pies to make me shine!
    Wrapped in its little pillow all cold in the fridge
    Every time I open it , take a bit, just a smidge:)

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  33. my Absolute favorite left over meal would have to be Lasagna!! Unless its Christmas time after Christmas Day we call it a "fry up" with left over Ham from the Bone, SMashed TOmatoes, and Onion.. so delicious

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  34. Stirfry - it's amazing what some pan fried crispiness and a good sauce can do to reinvigorate ingredients you thought you were tired of!

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  35. Not that there is often much left but zucchini slice - it is amazing both cold and hot!

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  36. Chilli con carne, it's the best lunch ever the next day.

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  37. Did you hear that?! It's my stomach rumbling just thinking about making vanilla bean coconut rice pudding. I make it just so I can put it in the fridge and eat it for the next couple of days. Deeeee-licious as my 3 year old daughter would say.

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  38. My favourite left over meal is Savoury mince yum love it
    the Pyrex Snapware would be perfect for this

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  39. Cold CHICKEN SCHNITZELS are the BEST to find in the fridge the next day... With avocado and salad, they make my favourite sandwich!

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  40. The old English Favorite Bubble and Squeak.....fry everything up with some mashed potatoe...get rid of those veges easily

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  41. I love cold spaghetti straight from the fridge, nice and cold! My husband thinks I am crazy!

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