A Healthy New Year Tiger Rice Cooker and Soup Cup Giveaway
This January, I’ve definitely been recovering from the excesses of the holidays. All of the rich meals with family and friends this past December sure were fun and delicious! But they tend to do a number on my waistline and my pocketbook. So, I’ve been cooking up a storm and keeping it mostly healthy in the new year so far. Added bonus of this approach: it’s way cheaper than eating out! Win/win for sure 🙂
I’m super excited to be teaming up with my friends at Tiger who are offering my readers (yep, that’s you!) the chance to win an amazing rice cooker and two insulated soup cups that may have you taking your healthy, New-Year’s-Resolution-worthy lunch to work – and saving a few bucks in the process!
One (1) winner will receive one (1) Tiger JAX-T10U 5.5-Cup Rice Cooker, one (1) MCJ-A050 17-Ounce Soup Cup and one (1) MCA-B025 8-Ounce Soup Cup – with a combined suggested retail value of $251.
Tiger’s stainless steel and black JAX-T series rice cookers are equipped with Automatic Cooking Logic and have a synchronized cooking function that allows you to steam rice while preparing a composed dish in an upper cooking tray at the same time. With nine computerized cooking menu settings, the JAX-T is a powerful multicooker. The MCJ-A soup cup in Cauliflower White has a vacuum insulated stainless double wall and will keep your food hot or cold for 6+ hours. It comes with a spoon and pink carry bag. The MCA-B soup cup in Mocha color is compact and lightweight and has an interior adept at keeping stains and odors at bay. Toss it in your lunchbox and go! What’s not to like?!
Be sure to check the Terms and Conditions for this giveaway in the Rafflecopter widget below.
Please note: Tiger Corporation USA will be shipping the winner these giveaway items directly.
Giveaway open to legal residents of the US who are 18 and older at the time of entry. Void where prohibited by law.
My favorite take to work lunch would be sushi! I love vegetarian the best.
I love split pea with ham.
Fruit and yogurt.
My favorite work lunch is Sun-Dried Tomato Pasta Salad.
I love BBQ Pineapple chicken cooked in a crockpot and served over brown rice. So good and so easy for meal prepping and taking in to go containers for easy heat up during the week.
I love fried rice!
I like to take rice and veggies.
i am a stay at home mom but i love salads for lunch.
My favorite thing to take to work for lunch is a peanut butter and banana sandwich with a side of pretzels and hummus.
My favorite is whatever is leftover — spaghetti, meatloaf, etc. etc.
I love fried rice for work lunch. I make a big pan on the weekend and have enough for each day! It reheats well and fills me up! When I don’t have time to make a turkey wrap my fried rice is my go to meal.
I like to take a sandwich and fruit for lunch.
I work from home, so it’s usually the previous night’s leftovers.
Love taking chicken and rice to work
I love to take soup and salad
My favorite take to work lunch is salads or leftovers.
My favorite take to work lunch is grilled chicken over rice with a veggie.
Keep bags of precooked frozen chicken breasts in the lunch room freezer, then hope nobody steals it.
My favorite take to work lunch is tortilla soup. I have a nice container that can heat up in the microwave, and it’s anice warm meal that is easy to pack and eat.
Bento box! With rice made from a Tiger rice cooker. When I was in college, I had a small mini pink rice cooker for my dorm room. You can do all sorts of things with a rice cooker. I’ve made ramen noodles in mine in addition to rice. I knew someone that made rice crispy squares using her Tiger rice cooker. Every Chinese kid has one in their dorm room!
Tuna sandwich with chips was my go to (I’m retired).
An avocado sandwich!
My favorite is chicken stir fry
My favorite this time of year is soup and a sandwich. Or chili and cornbread.
I love to take chili or something warm like that. My office is cold year round.
My favorite take-to-work lunch is cheese and crackers.
I don’t work outside my home. But I love eating leftovers for lunch. I like to make a big pot of soup for dinner…then have soup everyday for lunch after that!
I love jollof rice and chicken.
veggies and rice and a side of hummus
I love my salads! I mix it up by using different veggies, meats and cheeses, and dressings.
My favorite is shrimp fried rice with eggplant in garlic sauce.
My favorite thing to take for lunch would be a sandwich and soup. I love soup any time of year.
I’m retired now, but I used to love the rice dishes I’d pack for lunch, anything in rice! I’ve worn out my rice maker… it would be wonderful to win this one!
My favorite lunch is tuna salad. 🙂
I don’t know if it counts as “favorite,” but the lunch I always have at work is a baked sweet potato and a peanut butter and homemade jam sandwich on whole wheat, seedy bread.
I like taco salads with rice and beans! Thank you for the chance to win!
I like to take a thermos of hot homemade soup.
Any leftovers. I’m pretty indiscriminate.
My favorite take to work lunch is cauliflower fried rice.
I like to take a sandwich and soup.
I love canned soup this time of the year. I heat it in the microwave.
Myf favorite take to work lunch is some type of rice bowl with chicken or beef, a wrap or something made out of leftovers. What a great looking rice cooker definitely better than the good old pot method.
If I have a way to heat up my lunch, I love taking pasta. For a cold lunch, I really like a nice salad and sandwich.
my favorite lunch is stew or chili when the weather is so cold
My favorite dishes to bring to lunch is rice with some sort of protein such as chicken wings! I love to bring easy dishes like sandwiches too
rice, fish, and veggies!
Vegetable fried rice
Great rice cooker for making more Kimchi rice!
My favorite take to work lunch is a Turkey-Boursin wrap.
My favorite is a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and a bag of potato chips.
Love this brand
My favorite take to work lunch is soba noodles and last nights leftovers, whatever that may be
drinking purposes!!! we mostly drink only hot water at home as we have found it suits our general well-being much better