46 days ago

Grey Lynn Farmers Market Sunday 28th Feb

Sri from Sri's Foods Ltd (Cuisines of Indonesia)

Hello Foodies,🙋‍♀‍
Come check me out on Sunday the 28th of Feb at the Grey Lynn’s Farmers Market, 510 Richmond Rd, Grey Lynn. I will be selling Tempeh there every Sunday. Come get your authentic Tempeh fix – lovingly made by me the Indonesian way. For those still do not know what Tempeh is, I will be doing tasting and making one of the Indonesian favourites called Tempeh Medoan (thinly sliced deep fried in crispy batter). Tempeh Mendoan originates from the city of Purwokerto in Central Java, Indonesia. Most people consider tempeh as a snack and is one of the more popular Indonesian street foods, for good reason. Looking forward to seeing you all. Take care and stay safe🙏🙌

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Free Composting Workshops

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Compost Collective workshops are held Auckland-wide. To find one near you and book your place visit compostcollective.org.nz/workshops.

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Resene Upcyling Awards - don't forget!

Resene

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Submit your entry in the 2021 Resene Upcycling Awards by sharing your upcycled masterpiece with your neighbours. Multiple entries are welcome - don't forget to include your before and after pics and mention any Resene products you've used!
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What's On: Writers Group

Ian from Mount Albert

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