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Singh for your supper and help the homeless

 

Social Bite fundraiser

Social Bite has launched its first at-home dining box in collaboration with celebrity chef Tony Singh - allowing Edinburgh and Glasgow food fans to enjoy restaurant-class food while also helping in the fight to end homelessness.

The Singh 4 Your Supper menu features a variety of fresh, rich and aromatic Indian-inspired flavours across eight dishes and a selection of sauces.

The boxes, priced at £60 each, come with an easy-to-follow preparation, cooking and plating instructions - but hungry locals will have to act fast, with a limited number of the boxes available.

Money raised from the boxes will be pumped back into the social enterprise's projects in ending rough sleeping worldwide.

Singh said: “Social Bite is such an incredible cause so when they asked me to get involved in creating some home dining boxes, it was an easy yes.”

“My passion is creating delicious, high-quality food that can be shared together. But what makes these boxes even more special, is that these will be helping to support Social Bite’s mission of ending homelessness.”

Pre-orders for the boxes open on April 22nd, with the kits then available to be collected from Social Bite Cafes in Edinburgh and Glasgow city centre, as well as their Central Kitchen in Livingston on May 7 and 8.

Josh Littlejohn CEO and Co-Founder of Social Bite, added: “It’s been great to work with the incredibly talented Tony Singh to help produce our first ever home dining boxes.”

 

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