carmela, elaine


Dylan Curran writes:

Carmela and Elaine just wanted to wish everyone a Merry Pigmas and a Happig New Year!


Eileen B writes:

Noodle modelling his reindeer jumper, taking a shopping break on Grafton Street outside of Brown Thomas. Just after this photo was taken, he turned around to give the gift of a little bit of wee to their beautiful evergreen display…

My pet Xmas to marked ‘My Pet At Xmas’. A present for every pet posted.

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6 thoughts on “Xmas Pig Out

  1. Bobby

    Full disclosure, I’m a vegetarian, haven’t eaten meat since I was a whipper-snapper, and I rarely use animal products – I live in a city so it’s easy enough to do and there lots of ways of reducing exploitation etc. That’s another discussion.

    So, I always think it’s weird how you can love animals as sentient beings and want to cuddle and care for them, then you can eat them, even though they were processed through a pretty grim industrial process, and I think the slaughter houses are scary and shocking. Growing up I spent lots of time on Mammy’s childhood farm and those trips to Kepak is probably what triggered my personal opposition to consuming what looked like and pretty stressed out and tortured animals. I’ve never tried to convince anyone else, I just feed them good vegetarian and vegan food because I like cooking and I want my friends and family to live long healthy lives so I show them the wonders of good beyond meat and two veg. I know eggs are food and I know meat is food, but, and I guess industrial scale anything is disturbing from my point of view, but industrial scale killing never sat well with me.

    Don’t know what I’m trying to say, but I do know that this years dinner it going to be the best so far. Spinach and cheese parcels for starters, for the main, chunky, creamy nut roast, glazed brussels sprouts, caramelised carrots and onions, sweet potatoes hash browns and mashed potatoes with mushroom gravy. Go vege! or something…

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      That’s all fine and dandy for you Bobby but WHY do ye all have to be so darn preachy and smug about your food choices?

      (Sounds like a very nice dinner BTW; from a carnivore that loves vegetarian dishes.)

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