Since I have started food blogging my love for food props has turned into obsession, already stacking shelves in the kitchen with variety of pans and pots, now even the cabinet in the storeroom is almost full, but still my greed for new kitchen artifacts is yet not satisfied and with each new day it’s growing threefold.
Whenever I am ordering some kitchen essentials online first thing I search for is good discount offer so that I could save few pennies for the next time shopping and one day while exploring such options I landed up in site called Cahkaro.com, they are full of discounts and lucrative offers plus the most attractive deal is they provide cash back on every item that you purchase from their site.
Initially I was a bit skeptical about sharing my bank details to get the cash back but after speaking to the Customer Support and reading reviews of many regular buyers I made a small purchase test the whole process and to my surprise not only the money was credited to my account within 72 hours but also the products ordered from FabFurnish were in my kitchen in next 5 business days.
You might be wondering how cashkaro.com gives us cash back while none of the other coupon sites doing the same, when you shop via a coupon site or Cashkaro, they both get the commission from retailers. Coupon sites keep this commission whereas Cashkaro shares it with the customers. When you visit any of their partner retailers via cashkaro.com and shop, the retailer pays them some amount of commission and in turn, Cashkaro shares the same with their customers. Cashkaro offers good restaurant offers, product deals, and hot offers one of them is “Refer Friends” with each person who joins CashKaro via your link, you get 10% of the cash back they earn from Cashkaro, forever! So every single time they shop, you earn.
So I placed my first order from the cash back received via CashKaro with Fabfurnish.com and as usual, my joy knew no bound when the package full of food props arrived at my doorstep. The same evening I stirred up some Virgin Mojito and used my new prized possessions to serve it and click the pictures. Though traditionally Mojito is cocktail made out of rum, sugar, lime juice, mint and sparkling water but virgin mojito is a revamped mocktail version of the classic cocktail.
- 500 ml Lemonade
- 250 ml Club Soda
- 2 – 3 lime wedges
- 2 – 3 fresh mint leaves
To make lemonade
- 400 ml water
- 1/4 Cup lemon juice
- 1 Cup white sugar
- 4 fresh mint leaves
- 4 lime wedges
- Crushed ice
- To make lemonade, mix in sugar in water until dissolved. Add the lemon juice. Stir and taste, adjust sweetness accordingly. Keep in the fridge until chilled.
- To serve virgin mojito, fill serving glasses with crushed ice.
- In a pitcher add mint sprigs and lime wedges. With a muddler gently crush the ingredients together to blend in the flavours. Add the lemonade and club soda, give it a nice mix to combine.
- Add mint leaves and lime wedges in each serving glass and pour the liquid into the glass.
- Serve Lime and Virgin Mojito chilled.
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