Many thanks, Joanne...wish I could take the credit for the production...talk to my brother Miki (the farmer)who has just started Mullan's Cooked Organicburger Stall on Sundays in St George's Market. He can tell you how it is produced etc....that's if you want to know where your meat comes from. Not everybody does though..lol....sometimes that's just way too much information...Annemarie
i am missing you being in the office and the whole theme of the summer! i hope you are having a great time, we had a really giggly night out from here with all the girls from grainne leaving, Elish was so funny dancing in the middle of the bar! i am doing amazingly well and feeling pretty good about life. i am sure you will be great at the conference . save travels
hey joanne! got yur messages and i have not been ignoring you i just cannot return your call from my voicemail and since my new phone your number has been one of the ones lost. text me when you get a chance so i can get your mobile number.yet again
soo, yes, compost!
I met a girl last weekend that also has a compost there and we're talking of doing something more organised around this..community composting? i will keep you posted on how/when this happens. at the moment though, you can nip down and have a look and also put your scraps in one of the composts that are there. its at the bottom of eglentine, lisburn road end..just where the church is on the left hand side, to the right of the church you find a garden, in there
let me know if you find it, or don't.maybe we can join forces this week and look around. wednesday?
text me and we'll talk
hope all is well and sorry but could not make your stone soup event but what a marvellous idea
hey hey, i hope to hit Ballycastle (and the not-to-be-missed Ballintoy too) this weekend but if the Stone Soup thingy is in the afternoon or evening i can still make it, yeah. what about time/venue/what to bring?