ALDI -Wishing Well Planter $49.99 , Tiger Lager 12 x 330ml $19.99 , 34cm Carbon Steel Wok $9.99

ALDI -Wishing Well Planter $49.99 , Tiger Lager 12 x 330ml $19.99 , 34cm Carbon Steel Wok $9.99

Hi

Here are some standout items from Aldi's bi-weekly deals.

***Wishing Well Planter $49.99*** [ Failed to find under $50 for similar ones anywhere ]***

- Made from solid pine wood

- Dimensions: 42.5(W) x 37.5(D) x 100(H)cm

- Ideal decorative piece for outdoor gardens

***Tiger Lager 12 x 330ml $19.99*** [ 24 x 330ml for $51 @ First choice liquor ]***

Singapore’s multi award-winning, smooth and well hopped lager in a great value 12pk.

***34cm Carbon Steel Wok $9.99 ***[ Again , failed to find under $10 anywhere even at Kmart ***

- Riveted wooden handles with grab handle feature
- Available in non-stick Black or polished Silver finish

Have a great successful week

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  • Earth
    ***34cm Carbon Steel Wok $9.99*** - Riveted wooden handles with grab handle feature - Available in non-stick Black or polished Silver finish Polished Silver Wok - Suitable for gas and electric stovetops only - Hand wash only - This wok requires ‘seasoning’ before use - Seasoning your wok helps to protect the surface from deteriorating and helps to draw out any impurities or moisture in the metal - A well seasoned and cared for wok will develop a semi, non-stick surface over time To Season: - Wash the wok well in hot water with a small amount of liquid detergent to remove the manufacturer’s protective coating. - Rinse and dry the wok thoroughly. - Heat over a very high heat until the metal changes to a blueish-yellow colour. - Wash with cold water and dry over the flame. Repeat this step 2 to 3 times. - Then add about ½ cup of salt and stir for a few minutes. - Rinse and dry. - Use a paper towel to rub a thin film of oil (about 1½ teaspoons) over the entire inside surface of the wok. - Heat the wok on a medium-low heat for about 10 minutes. - Wipe off the oil with a new paper towel. There will be black residue on the towel. - Repeat steps 7 through 9 until no black residue is present on the paper (about 3 times). The wok is now ready to use. - After use, wash the wok in warm water with mild detergent, and dry. Then follow steps 7 to 9 again before storing. This will ensure the wok maintains a protective coating. Note – if you need to scour the wok, it is best to add salt and ‘scrub’ over heat.
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  • Pookie
    10 bucks for a wok is pretty good. I've had mine for years but it's getting rusty on the outside...maybe time for a new one!
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