Just Eat Winnipeg

May21

There are days when even “foodies” don’t want to cook OR eat out.  Today was one of those days.  D was out of town, Daughter #3 was at an evening class and our renter was not home for supper.  I have been at my computer all day, stopping just long enough to walk the dog.  When the time came to think about supper, my mind was a complete blank.  When I looked into the freezer, all I could spy were the casseroles and plastic food containers that I have been stowing away for our renter while I am out at our beach house for the long weekend.

Then I remembered Just-Eat!

Just-Eat is Canada’s fastest growing on-line and food ordering service.  I have checked out their website a number of times and each time I go on it, there are new restaurants that have been added to the restaurant roster.  I understand that there is also a mobile app for Android and Iphones.  I had a yearning for Chinese food so all I did was enter my postal code at www.just-eat.ca to find out which of our favourite Asian restaurants had delivery available.  Perhaps Chinese seems rather obvious; it just happened that I was craving a good curry vermicelli.  There is also American, Canadian, Ethiopian, Filipino, Greek, Indian, Italian, Jamaican, Japanese, Korean, Lebanese, Mediterranean, Mexican, Middle Eastern, Pizza, Thai or Vietnamese cuisine available.  Even one of my favourite fine dining restaurants is participating-Mise Restaurant.

In just a few clicks, dinner was on its way to my doorstep and I could get back to work.  If I didn’t work at home, I could imagine using the mobile app on my way home on the bus.  Dinner could arrive at just about the same time that I walked in the door.  Best of all-no dishes!

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I ordered from Hi-Ball restaurant in our vicinity because we like to support our neighbourhood restaurants as often as we can.  I indulged in deluxe special egg foo yung, pan-fried shrimp and a delicious won ton soup, in addition to curry vermicelli. All were delivered piping hot and in less than the promised time.

Kath’s quote: “Tomatoes and oregano make it Italian; wine and tarragon make it French. Sour cream makes it Russian; lemon and cinnamon make it Greek. Soy sauce makes it Chinese; –Alice May Brock (of Alice’s Restaurant fame)

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Love-that is all.

 


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