New Delhi [India]: If there can be events and days dedicated to pies, chocolates and cheese, why can't we celebrate the lip-smacking samosa? A National Samosa Week has been launched in England'
Samosa lovers in Leicester — which has a large population of Indian origin — have announced the event from April 9 to 13, when people will be encouraged to buy, eat and sell as many of the snack as they can.
The foodie scene in the city has been getting quite a lot of attention and the latest exciting new venture to join in the fun is National Samosa Week. The press launch took place earlier this week at Chutney Ivy in the heart of the cultural quarter. Founded by the Leicester Curry Awards and supported…
The event will be held at East Midland city in Leicester, which has a large population of the Indian diaspora.
New Delhi [India], Mar 22 (ANI): If there can be events and days dedicated to pies, chocolates and cheese, why can't we celebrate the lip-smacking samosa?A National Samosa Week has been launched
Leicester, a British city with large population of Indian origin, will celebrate National Samosa week
UK News: The event, to be organised from April 9 to 13, is the brainchild of a Leicester-based media personality who believes that the popularity of the triang
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The event, to be organised from April 9 to 13, is the brainchild of a Leicester-based media personality who believes that the popularity of the triangular-shaped savoury snack transcends all barriers and can become a means to unite different communities in the UK.
To be held from April 9 to April 13, the National Samosa Week aims to send proceeds from the event to this year's Leicester Curry Awards charity partners Leicestershire Action for Mental Health Project and Care of Police Survivors
We all know that ‘Samosa’ is said to originate from India and it is also considered as India's all-time favourite snack. But its quite surprising, that in the desire of Samosa, people from Leicester city of Britain have decided to celebrate the 'National Samosa Week'