To brighten up your COVID isolation, Singleton boys David Griffin, Nathan Martin and James Mulholland are returning home with their 'Bao at home kits' this Saturday May 30.
With current COVID restrictions in place Bao Brothers like many Hunter business have innovated to ensure they can continue to trade during the pandemic.
"When we announced our Bao at home kits we had a lot of interest from Singleton so we knew we had to pay our home town a visit" James Mulholland said.
"My Mum and Dad have been isolating for almost two months now - and have been asking for us to bring them some Baos - we've packed an extra box just for them" David Griffin said.
David, Nathan and James have fond memories of growing up in Singleton. David played junior football for the Greyhounds and Nathan for the Bulls.
Five years ago David and Nathan started Bao Brothers - bringing their flavoursome food to some of the biggest food events around Australia.
"As much as we love doing the big events like the Sydney Night Noodle Markets and Bryon Bay Blues and Roots Festival we really look forward to coming back to Singleton and catching up with everyone". Nathan said.
Singleton boys David Griffin, Nathan Martin and James Mulholland are returning home with their 'Bao at home kits' this Saturday May 30.
These kits are easy to cook and even easier to assemble. (We've done the tricky bits). What are you waiting for? Chuck on some hip hop, slide into the kitchen and Bao down!
The Bao Brothers 'Bao at Home Kits" will be available for collection from Townhead Park on Saturday, May 30 from 2-3 pm. Pre orders are essential and can be done online https://bao-brothers-eatery.myshopify.com/collections/all)