Discussion in 'Brixton' started by choochi, Jun 9, 2014.
Swedish glaze by any chance? It's a dairy free range and bloody lovely, not sickly either!
You spend a lot of time taking pops at Ed. This is Brixton forum you know.
So sorry I am straying onto Herne hill. Is this a postcode issue? I can't comment as I'm in wrong postcode?
Btw what is the vegan issue?
My partner is vegan and she isn't that we'll off. Veganism is quite good option for the low paid.
So you don't want one then?
What's the matter with you tonight?
Have you nothing better to do tonight?
Not that. Funky chunky monkey or something. Can't remember! Swedish Glaze sounds like an offer I might find in my spam folder .
I think I will go back to read up on planning reports for CHL
no you are welcome. I'll get you an ice cream too if you like. I wonder if they do vegan ones? I've only had vegan Ice crean once and it was lush, but horendously expensive (but it was ok as someone else paid).
Will look out for that.
I'm feeling in a generous mood.
See you both down the ice cream shop at the weekend then?
Most vegan stuff for sale is overpriced. As assumed its better off that "aspire" to it. Veganism is becoming more mainstream. Vegan home made food is actually quite cheap.
Does anyone go in the commercial these days?
I've got out of the habit, though we did go there a few weeks ago and it seemed ok.
I will be volunteering at the Grove Adventure playground this weekend.
Most home made food can be cheap.
Im not saying you are actually saying this but veganism is no longer preserve of sandle wearing Guardian reader middle classes.
This programme on veganism mentioned black British people who have adopted veganism as part of way of not being ruled by dominant society.
BBC Radio 4 - The Food Programme, Young and Vegan
Swedish Glacé is the non-dairy stuff which I hear is nice.
I also like proper ice-cream and occasionally make it myself but it’s a bit of a faff to make custard. Hence I welcome the new ice-cream kiosk for the occasional frozen treat.
I think I’ve had it twice since it opened.
I think some vegan stuff like vegan cheese is made of cashews which are quite pricey.
Me too. Haven’t been to the Regent either. We have been away for a few weeks.
I went in on Saturday lunchtime. It was fairly quiet if I’m honest. I had a pint of Camden Pale and they gave it to me in a fairly cool glass which was wider and shorter than normal. It’s a nice pub, nice inside and friendly staff. Nothing special though.
Labour party / Trade Union liasion meeting -
Monday 8 October at 7.30pm
Garden Room, Florence Pub, 131 Dulwich Road, SE24 0N
More below. I'm hoping to go along, mostly to hear this bit: An update on the Picturehouse dispute and a speaker about precarious and low paid working in London.
I see that some of the hoardings are now down, revealing the new shops behind. I wonder if they've been rented? Does anybody have any info?
one is A3 (on two floors huge!) the rest are A1/2, weird floor layout, still owned by Network Rail and surprise surprise not cheap
One of them is with flats upstairs too?
I think the three furthest away from the road are flats, but have no idea of the configuration
Nah, the new exposed shops have a residential door and 3 flat buzzer system in the middle left of that little strip. But as you say, the internal layout's all a bit wiggly.
Canopy have had a break-in so if you're in the area and like beer, show them some support.
Kids' street party tonight 5-7.
Herne Hill FREE Halloween Party - coming soon!
Am I the only one who finds the sight of painted children bedecked in plastic tat and throw away outfits, wasting pumkins and begging for sweets with menaces - profoundly depressing at every level?
The streets were full of them. The waste. shudders
I offer them Brussels Sprouts (which to me are a treat) and watch them run into the night.
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