Tuesday, 17 November 2015

Tea Time with Dr. Oetker Ristorante Pizzas

I participated in Dr. Oetker Ristorante pizza BzzCampaign where I have got one free Dr. Oetker Ristorante pizza and £1 off vouchers to give away.



I loved this BzzCampaign because I am a loyal customer of Dr. Oetker Ristorante long time ago. They produce high quality pizzas and actively communicate with customers on social media and their own website. Dr. Oetker Ristorante rewards loyalty with lots of give-aways and they improve their products constantly.


I took part in Fresh Pizzeria Taste Challenge, which is a buy one get one free offer. You can find a code for a free Dr. Oetker Ristorante pizza in any pack with the green logo. All you have to do is purchase a promotional pack and tell your honest opinion about the pizza. The offer will end only in 2016.

It is not the first Dr. Oetker Ristorante pizza challenge. They had same on pack promotion last year too. It is good to follow them on Facebook as well, because they have lots of competitions and give-aways.



I used my coupon to buy my favourite Dr. Oetker Ristorante Hawaii pizza. Delicious pineapple pieces combined with ham and a blend of mozzarella and Edam cheese complete this pizza delight. It has light and crispy base without thick and plain crusts. They use fresh ingredients so these frozen pizzas taste fresher after baking. Sometimes I use sliced tomatoes as extra topping.



I bought one promotional pack of Ristorante Hawaii with a Fresh Pizzeria Taste Challenge sticker; claimed my code; printed my voucher; and purchased other one free pizza from the shop. That is it!



Second time I tried Pollo for free, and I loved it. Since then I purchase it often because this pizza after home baking looks as good, rich, delicious and colourful as the picture on the box. Pizza Pollo is topped with mozzarella and Edam cheeses; marinated pieces of chicken breast; tasty spinach and sweetcorn.



Dr. Oetker Ristorante pizzas are delicious with light and crispy base. They use fresh and only the finest ingredients, frozen at the peak of their freshness to lock in flavour. I understand why Dr. Oetker Ristorante is the UK’s number one selling thin and crispy frozen pizza.

I love to serve Ristorante pizzas to my friends and family, because there are so lots of flavours to choose from – exactly ten. Everybody can find some flavours to love from sweet Hawaii to hot Pollo Arrabiata.



Expect Hawaii and Pollo there are eight more delicious and unique flavours to choose from:


Mozzarella - Richly topped with tomatoes, creamy mozzarella and pesto, finished with a basil sprinkle.


Pepperoni-Salame - Large pieces of pepperoni and small slices of salami combine with a blend of mozzarella and Edam cheese.


Speciale - Ham and salami make this pizza a special culinary feast. Cheese, mushrooms, and spicy herbs add to the full flavour.


Funghi - This popular vegetarian pizza is topped with the finest mushrooms, juicy mozzarella and Edam cheeses, and finished with a herb garnish.


PolloArrabiata - Bringing a little spice, this pizza is generously topped with chicken, red pepper, red onion, mozzarella and Edam cheeses, and finished with a spicy Roquito sauce garnish. It is hot!


Bolognese - An innovative twist on an Italian classic, a rich Bolognese beef is blended with pieces of tomato and onions, generously topped with mozzarella and Edam cheese. I cannot imagine better pairing!


QuattroFormaggi - Four selected cheeses on one pizza. Mild Edam, hearty Emmental, tasty Gorgonzola and fine mozzarella cheese. Deliciously seasoned with basil. Cheese heaven!


Last, but not least, here is the new CalzoneSpeciale - A folded pizza that is richly filled with mushrooms, salami, ham, tomato sauce and cheese, then sprinkled with cheese and herbs. I hope Dr. Oetker intend to add more flavours of Calzone in the future.


Breaking: Dr. Oetker Pizza UK started a new promotion on their Facebook page on 16th of November to win 500 free CalzonePizzas. They will pick 25 winners every day from Monday – Friday for the next month. Fingers crossed to win.






Sunday, 8 November 2015

Remembrance Day

We visited Imperial War Museum in Duxford on Remembrance Sunday. They offered free admission to all as we remembered those who lost their lives in active service. At 11am a two-minute silence was observed across the museum, starting and finishing with a whistle blast - the symbolic signal to go ‘over the top’ in the trenches.

There are nine exhibition rooms:

You can even view some commercial airplanes from inside and outside to make your visit more exciting and enjoyable.

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