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The Mary Poppins Drawer of Possibility (+ a little giveaway)

Does this look familiar?…

{note the naughty puppy photo-bombing on the bottom right, joyfully attacking my plant}

{note the naughty puppy photo-bombing on the bottom right, joyfully attacking my plant}

Yes. It’s that one drawer in your house that is the family’s dumping ground. Need a hair elastic? A Panadol? An allen key to put together your new Ikea furniture? This is where you’ll find one.

I like to call it: The Mary Poppins Drawer of Fun.

I think I am a reasonably organised person, but for some reason The Mary Poppins Drawer of Fun is completely UNorganised – mostly with take away menus that have been tried (or the intention to try). And as we have moved house 3 times in the last 4 years, we have quite the impressive collection of Melbourne’s finest (and not so fine) take-away menus.

Having only moved again recently, I was planning to do the usual pick up of menus around our new neighbourhood – only to remember that we don’t really use them anymore.

Jimmy and I have been calling on our new bestie Menulog for over 12 months now. And I will (reluctantly) give him the credit for finding it first – I am normally so clever with these sort of life-changing initiatives, but strangely this time it was all his doing.

Menulog is an online take away directory that allows you to search and order all sorts of deliciousness in and around your neighbourhood.

Whatever your caper – busy family life, single, terrible at cooking, or in my case completely time poor from running my business – it can often mean some nights it’s just all a bit too hard to pull a meal together. So Menulog has been pretty great for us.

This is how it usually goes: Following the stark realisation that it’s the end of the day and we are yet to plan something for dinner, James does a quick search on menulog’s phone app during his commute from work. He has the order in by the time I can say:

“It’s dark outside! Dark = dinner. Holy Spring Roll! What are we going to have for dinner?”

It’s stupidly easy to use. Jump onto the app or website, enter your postcode and hot diggity-dog, a list of tasty-get-in-ma-belly options appears before your eyes ripe for the picking. There are even specials and reviews from previous customers sharing the good, the bad, and the ugly to help guide your choice.

And guess what? I’ve got a sweet $25 gift voucher to giveaway to a lucky sorella-hood reader to try it out for themselves!

A free dinner! What buffoon would say no to that?!!

To win this delicious prize, leave a comment below telling me what your favourite takeaway food is (if you are at all interested, it’s Indian for me… butter me up butter-chicken any night of the week).

We’ll choose a winner at random (using random.org). Entries close Midnight Monday 4th August (AEST) – the lucky winner will be announced below and via our facbeook page.

Good luck and happy menu-nom-nom-logging. x anna

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Competition T&C’s: Entry is open to residents of Australia only. The winner will be determined using Random.org. The winner will be required to contact anna@sorellaorganics.com.au by Wednesday 6th August (midnight) with their contact details to claim the voucher. If the voucher is not claimed, a new winner will be drawn. This voucher cannot be redeemed for cash or sold. Sorella Organics is not liable for any damages arising with voucher use.


The competition is now closed – thanks to everyone for entering! The winner has been randomly selected using Random.org (the first entry is allocated no.1). There weren’t alot of entries so you all had a very good chance!…..

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JessieHay1 you are our lucky winner! We have your email there with your entry so we will be in touch today! Enjoy your delicious voucher! x anna



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