Vegan YouTubers Of 'The Happy Pear' Appear On Hit Netflix Show

Vegan YouTubers Of ‘The Happy Pear’ Appear On Hit Netflix Show


(updated 1st October 2020)

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The Flynns' YouTube channel has surpassed 248,000 subscribers (Photo: Instagram) - Media Credit:

brothers David and Stephen Flynn – the recipe-creating entrepreneurs behind The
Happy Pear
– were featured on an episode of hit Netflix show Somebody Feed Phil
released this week.

Feed Phil

The series
features Phil Rosenthal – the creator of sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond – on a
Bourdain-esque tour of the food and culture of famous culinary destinations.

first joined the Flynns in Ireland’s Greystones, where he watched the pair embark
on a daily ritual of jumping into icy cold waters prior to guiding him through
the area’s food scene.

The Happy

by Rosenthal as the ‘most enthusiastic people’ he’s ever met, the three-time
cookbook authors, product creators, market owners, and popular YouTube personalities are the
local authority on plant-based eating.

As such,
the Flynn’s brought Rosenthal to the ‘appropriately named’ The Happy Pear – their
breakfast spot and grocer – to sample some of the items offered at the shop,
including its signature porridge.

offered free as a means of promotion, the pair have continued to feed locals a complimentary breakfast simply ‘because they want to’.

The Dublin
episode of Somebody Feed Phil is available to watch in the show’s second season
on Netflix.

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