By popular request I have secured another fundraising date for samosas in a couple of weeks time. If anyone is interested in ordering samosas they are decent sized and made by an indian restaurant. Have regular repeat customers and requests for more whenever I do the fundraiser.
Unfortunately they have upped their prices slightly this time round, I will absorb some of the added costs but will still need to pass some of the increase on. As such we have the following:
Vegetarian Samosas $20
Lamb Samosas $20
Chicken Samosas $20
Butter Chicken Samosas $22
they come in bags of 10.
I should be receiving them (freshly made) on Friday 18th May and will be available for people to collect from Meadowbank that afternoon. If required I could possibly deliver some locally but I dont have much time for traipsing round Auckland so best if people can come to me. They are freezable so if Friday doesnt suit I could probably freeze them and organise collection another day
If youre interested in ordering any please PM me ASAP to place your order and I will send through bank account details for you.
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