When nookable food in a box doesn’t suck

(clearly, I’m bored)
New, Improved “TastyBite Ready Meals” instant Indian & Thai fud in foil packets! I liked it before, but now it comes with a snack tray for nooking and a spoon for eating. It’s vegetarian AND it tastes good and is good for ya. Right now they’re packaging them with a $1 coupon (and they’re only $2.70 at TJ’s already) + 30% off if you order $30 or more from the website (w/ coupon in box). We’re thinkin’ of ordering a bunch for our unemployment bunker, along with toilet paper and cocktail olives. It might keep me off the hot dogs for a while. Ha!
<<= I'm eating this now. It doesn't suck! Oh wow, that was good.

4 thoughts on “When nookable food in a box doesn’t suck”

  1. Hey Kallisti, see if you could get Mr. Kallisti to make you something from this book for youhttp://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0789206285/qid=1093643455/sr=ka-1/ref=pd_ka_1/103-3290344-3755003 for you. It’s the only indian cookbook you (or anyone) will ever need. There are even instructions for making paneer. Enjoy 😉

  2. That would be interesting but…
    I’m the cook of the household. 😛
    I mean, he makes great chili and sammiches and stuff. But that is it really. Hehhe. We have a couple books, keep meaning to dive into it. I luuuurve me some Indian food.

  3. Oh! I see, his birthday cake making made him sound really domestic. (belated happy b-day btw)
    Well, it’s a great book, once you get some of the spices it’s very straightforward, she explains all the techniques *very* clearly.
    It might inspire him to cook more, um… right?

  4. Hi,
    I took your advice and bought some tastybites…yum, but unfortunately no coupon in mine.
    I’d like to order off the website for my upcoming wedding…do you know what the coupon code is?
    It would help save me $$ for my wedding.

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