More to folly.
Who knew Vegan Tacos could taste so good? Brian Patton (top left) and Peter Zinter (right) go back to the root, visiting an avocado farm in the California Hills, followed by a trip to Gracias Madre, an ‘all vegan’ tacos restaurant that makes the most of vegetables rather than ‘meat substitutes’. As their journey progresses, so does Brian and Peter’s apparent ‘bromance’.
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RTÉ News Now last night.
Thanks Rose Hayles
I know you don’t normally do this, but my colleague Jackie’s kitten is missing and if you could post about it we’d be really grateful. He’s very special to her and she’s very worried about him. He’s a male tabby with black, grey stripe and tan fur. He’s under a year old so is small, and is microchipped and neutered. He’s been missing since around the July 17 from Cherryfield, Hartstown [Dublin 15]. If anyone finds him, please contact below. Thank you so much.
“An Audience with the Pope”
Beer nut Brian Patton (top left) and Michelin star chef Peter Zinter (right) meet one of the most famous brewers in the World, Mark Carpenter (top centre) of Anchor Brewing Company in San Francisco, to talk craft beer, IPA and hops. Brian discovers a kindred spirit, and some design inspirations.
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Thought you might like this thing I whipped up for the day that’s in it…
Previously: The Fools, The Fools, The Fools
Niall O’Keefe tweetz:
Shop window. Loughrea, Co. Galway. Our president selling Bric-A-Brac. Yup. :)