Food Gifts to Order Online + Australian Oranges Recipes

We always look forward to a great weekend bonding with family and friends. Due to pandemic, everything's changed. Instead of get-together, I just buy food online and send it to them. I'm contented talking to them over the phone and seeing their faces with video calls. 

Buying food gift for family during pandemic

I'm glad we can easily order food online and have it delivered to our family and friends. For online shopping I use PayMaya. It's more convenient and hassle-free. With PayMaya, I also received rebates just like the Balik Bayad promo. There are lots of promos and treats when you log in to PayMaya.

Jollibee Spaghetti and missing their Glazed Chicken

With this all-new COD experience, you can easily pay for your delivery orders from Jollibee, Shakey’s, Yellow Cab, Kuya J, Amber,  Goldilocks, and even Waltermart, using PayMaya QR, or any credit, debit, or prepaid card. On top of the safety and convenience, you can also enjoy up to 100% Balik Bayad when you #ScanToPay via PayMaya QR. 

All you have to do is order at your select establishment online or via phone and indicate card or QR on delivery as your preferred payment option before checkout. Just make sure to ready your PayMaya app or your card, when your delivery rider reaches your doorstep, and you're all done!

PayMaya Referral Code "UMKEEE"

If you haven’t tried PayMaya, now is the time to download the app and register. Use this code UMKEEE (3 e’s) and you will receive P50 credits. Check out my article about Hassle-Free Celebration with PayMaya.

Australian Oranges Recipes

We love oranges so I make sure to include it in our balanced diet. Oranges are our favorite dessert after dinner. Did you know that orange is rich in potassium that is needed for to regulate body fluid, nerve signals and muscle contractions. It's also pack with vitamins and minerals. When I buy oranges it must be Australian Oranges. 

Australian Oranges, Taste Australia

The first Australian citrus trees were planted in the late 1700s. Today, 2000 growers annually produce
600,000 tonnes of high quality citrus fruit with oranges being the most produced citrus variety. (76%).
The main variety of orange is the Navel which is usually seedless, easy to peel, skin, very sweet juicy
flesh, and a small protrusion at one end that resembles a human navel (hence the name of this variety)
Australia’s diverse climate and pristine natural environment provides quality conditions needed to
produce high quality oranges. South-east Australia is the major growing region – the Murray Valley of
Victoria, the Riverina of New South Wales and the Riverland of South Australia.

An orange tree grafted onto rootstock may take three years to begin producing fruit, whilst a tree grown
from seed can take up to 15 years! Initially, a navel orange tree may produce as little as 9 kilograms of
fruit, however when it is mature, this may increase to 180 kilograms per tree. Australian Navel Oranges are available and in season from June to October each year.

Australian Oranges Recipes

Australian oranges are incredibly versatile, making them the perfect anytime snack or addition to sweet
or savoury dishes. Oranges are a great alternative to a quick fix sugary drink or a chocolate bar as they
contain carbohydrates and B vitamins. Must try recipes can be found at

Orange Chicken

Health benefits

Australian oranges are famous for its high Vitamin C content and natural flu-fighting properties. They are also high in antioxidants, fibre, folate and potassium. Australian oranges have numerous health and 
nutritional benefits including:

● Nutrient density which is great for weight control
● Good source of folate which is perfect for pregnant women (may help prevent spina bifida) and
the rest of the family (helps the immune system and heart)
● Great for blood pressure control with high potassium and low salt
● Rich in antioxidants which helps keep you fit and healthy throughout the year.

Selection and storage at home

1. Make sure to select fruit that has bright orange skin, is firm, and feels heavy for its size (avoid
dry, wrinkled or softer looking oranges as they do not ripen further after harvest.).
2. Oranges can be stored for up to two weeks at room temperature, and longer when refrigerated.

Taste Australia

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