I think by now we can safely assume this is SPAM.
They’re alike only in that each is made with dough that is filled with something and then cooked. Samosas are deep fried, Pierogies are not.
Crexis, Welcome to Roadfood. As soon as you can tell me how Samosas and pirogies are alike, I’ll tell you how to hold them properly……
If you are legit, you need to post a query only once.
And yes, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victoria,_West_Virginia there really is a Victoria, WV.
And it is fairly near “perogie country”.
I am planning to open up a road side stand and/or setup a stand at farmers markets. I will be selling samosas (similar to perogies) and I’d like to get information on what I can use to keep this food warm. It has to be large enough to keep hundreds of samosas warm.
Any help greatly appreciated
Not sure if this is spam but member is banned.
Paul E. Smith
How to keep food (samosas or perogies) warm at your food side stand
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