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Cucinova Cincinnati

A new place opened in Cincinnati called Cucinova and they serve made-to-order pizza, pasta and salads each for $6.99! And I’ve got a $25 gift card to give to one lucky person!

Cucinova Cincinnati

I might be too generous with my food love, but I do love pizza and I don’t have it often since it would mean I’m eating the whole pizza or if I have it with a group I concede to getting what others prefer so as to not appear picky.

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At Cucinova, I don’t have to worry about either of those things, I can create a 10-inch pizza made with my picks and enjoyed as dinner and a lunch leftover.

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Usually I would say a salad it a salad, but this one was great! I chose a mix fresh greens, cucumbers, tomatoes and cheese with their balsamic vinaigrette. I also wanted to try their pasta and got the spicy sauce, a meatball and sauteed vegetables. Also, they serve adult beverages!

If you’re headed to Cucinova as your lunch out option, be sure to snap a photo, tag your public post with #mycreation on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook and you’ll be entered to win a YEAR of pizza, pasta or salad.

Do you want to create your own pizza, pasta or salad at Cucinova? If you live in Cincinnati and want to create your own pizza, pasta or salad, enter this giveway for a chance to win a $25 gift card.

Note: I’m trying out a new giveaway platform, you should be able to log in with Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter and pick and choose which actions you want to qualify for entries. If you have problems, email LunchItPunchIt@gmail.com and let me know!

Cucinova $25 Gift Card

Disclosure: Cucinova invited me to their preview night and gave me a gift card, but all my pizza-loving opinions expressed in this post are my own.


Reusable Cutlery for Packed Lunches

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I had a friend ask for advice on finding reusable utensils silverware or flatware for her kids’ packed lunches.

She wanted something affordable because she was going to buy two sets per child and didn’t want to use silverware that might be confused with utensils offered by the school’s lunchroom.

Sistema is a brand of plastic containers I like because they’re sensible in design, are clear so contents are easily seen and have colorful accents. They also make plastic utensils.

A friend of mine introduced me to IKEA’s KALAS children cutlery years ago. This colorful cutlery set can be found as a 6-pack of utensils so it would be great for households with multiple lunch packers.

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This spork won’t scratch cookware, won’t melt in boiling water, and is dishwasher safe. It works well in packed lunches, purses, picnic baskets and more.

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For those interested in non-plastic options, To-Go Ware offers bamboo utensil sets, which offer spoon, fork, and knife in a little canvas pouch.

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