With an array of irresistible hood, hob and oven deals, there’s something for everyone!
Check out the Bundles of Fortune, where you will receive a complimentary Mayer Induction Cooker MMIC1619-RD with any purchase of the listed bundles.
If Induction Cooking is more your speed, flip to the Pearls of Prosperity bundles where you will receive a complimentary Mayer 1.6 L Pressure Cooker MMPC1650 with purchase of the bundles.
Finally, take a look at the Elemental and Magnum series wine chillers for all your New Year hosting needs. Receive a complimentary Jamie Oliver Bottle Opener & Corkscrew Set and/or SPIEGELAU 5 pc Decanter & Glass Set with purchase of these sleek home must-haves.
Once again we are approaching the most
wonderful time of the year. Everyone is rushing out to pick up presents for
their friends and loved ones. But why do we give gifts during Christmas? This
tradition has become part of our lives yet we do not have clue what it is
Well there is no time like the present to find out. Let’s look at one of the biggest questions
amongst adults and children alike. Who on earth is Santa Claus and is he even
real? The answer to that is yes, Santa Claus is actually Saint Nicholas and his
story goes like this. He was born in Myra (modern day Turkey) into a wealthy
family. He was a very charitable man who would help everyone who he could thus
he had a great reputation among the community for his kindness. Soon he found
out about an old man with three daughters. Back in the day families had to pay
a sum of money called a dowry to the family of the groom in order to marry off
their daughters. Unfortunately this man did not have the money to pay the dowry
for his daughters which meant that his daughters could not get married. One
night, Saint Nicholas dropped a bag of gold down the old man’s chimney so that
he would be able to marry off his daughter. Saint Nicholas did this again when
it was time for the second daughter to get married. The old man desperately
wanted to know who the kind soul that was helping him was, and so he hid by the
fire every night till he identified that the secret giver was Saint Nicholas.
Saint Nicholas begged the old man not to tell anyone that we he was the one
giving these gifts as he did not want to draw attention to himself. However,
soon enough the story came out and everyone started to think that every mystery
gift came from Saint Nicholas.
Today, we give gifts to our loved ones to
show our affection. Christmas is the most magical time for us to spend time
with children sharing stories about Santa Claus while they prepare cookies and
milk anxiously waiting for their gifts to appear under the Christmas tree. It
is also a time of reunion for families where everyone no matter how busy they
might be, gather under one roof sharing about their lives and forge stronger
bonds.The giving of gifts during Christmas is
tradition is a beautiful thing and everyone should enjoy it throughout their
Here at Mayer, we wish to support the spirit of giving by offering
eye-catching discounts on our merchandise this Christmas! Pick a great product
for your loved ones or even get them for yourselves to deliver to your family a
friends the best gift of all, a perfect Christmas dinner. Mayer wishes you and
your loved ones a very merry Christmas!
PS. Rush down to our Christmas Sale at Singpost centre for some attractive grabs for you company event or family gift exchange! Spend above $300 to get free delivery.
1/ Rub the turkey inside and out with kosher salt and place it into a pot with cold water. Cover the pot and refrigerate it overnight allowing it to soak in the salt water mixture.
2/ Preheat oven to 175 degrees. Rinse the turkey thoroughly and discard the brine mixture.
3/ Melt butter in a saucepan over medium-low heat. Remove it from the heat when it’s three-quarters melted, then stir until completely melted.
4/ Chop the carrots, celery and onions into small pieces.
5/ Brush the turkey with 1/4 cup melted butter. Place the turkey on a roasting rack in a shallow roasting pan. Stuff the turkey with 1 onion, 1/2 the celery, 1/2 the carrots, 1 sprig of basil, and the bay leaf. Scatter the remaining vegetables and basil around the bottom of the roasting pan, and cover with the rice vinegar.
6/ Roast uncovered for 4 hours in the preheated oven. Carefully turn the turkey breast side up about 2/3 through the roasting time, and brush with the remaining 1/4 cup butter. Allow the turkey to rest for 30 minutes before carving to prevent the turkey from drying out and losing its flavor.
What is Christmas without some succulent oven roast turkey? Here is an easy roast turkey recipe that is sure to enrich your Christmas. Turkey is also good for your health as it is high in zinc, vitamin B, phosphorus, tryptophan, selenium and protein.
Did you know that a simple fruit juice can change your quality of life? Fruits and vegetables contain vitamins and minerals that are essential for the body to maintain good health. With plenty of Mayer’s quality blender options to choose from, you’re key to a healthy vitamin rich life is right in front of you. We have prepared seven quick and easy recipes for you to try out daily for a week with an under five-minute preparation time. Pair the juice with a workout simple workout routine and you will experience the difference. Hidden deal included.
Come join us as we celebrate this special occasion at the SUNTEC Convention Centre Level 2, Crescent Hall, from 26 to 28 October 2018 (Friday - Sunday).
- Daily Live Product Demo
- Sure Win Lucky Dip
- Games & Activites
- Cake Demonstration Workshop
Also, here's a special shout out to all 1968 & 1987 babies! Show us any of your personal document as a proof of verification and download our Mayer Mobile App to get a FREE goodie bag worth $50! Only limited quantities available each day, while stocks last!
Date: 26 - 28 October 2018 (Friday - Sunday)
Time: Fri & Sat - 10AM to 10PM | Sun - 10AM to 8PM
Venue: Suntec Convention Centre Level 2, Crescent Hall
(Directly opposite Cool de Sac & next to entrance of link bridge to Marina Square)