Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Fish & Chips for the Vegan

Well, I'm off to the UK for 10 days of presentations and connections with Quakers, Queers and the Queen (okay, not the Queen). I'm excited about presenting Doin' Time in the Homo No Mo Halfway House to the group Courage Trust, which used to be "ex-gay" until it's leader, Jeremy Marks, admited that no one changed. They are now a gay Christian support group.

If you get a chance, check out my new site. Thanks to Roy Steele for the design (and the many revisions I forced on him). Also thanks to Tina Encarnacion, Sarah B. Miller, Scott Hobbs, Bob Painter, Jeff Harwood and John Humphries for their input.


At 7:21 AM , Blogger Contemplative Activist said...

Come on, you know the British make the best ever chips...far better than crappy American fries :P

See you soon!

At 8:47 PM , Blogger Peterson Toscano said...

Now, CA, I am not knocking your chips. They are far superior to what we serve...it is the temptation factor. As a vegan I don't eat any animal products, but I confess that I fudge when it comes to fish & chips. I bet you know a great spot round your way.

I'm about to get on my BA flight. See you next week.

At 6:55 AM , Blogger Contemplative Activist said...


Yup - I won't bother with the soy milk and chickpeas then. I'll just take you down the chippy.

I will have to teach you to order in Norn Irish :P

Hope you enjoy (enjoyed) your flight.

At 12:12 PM , Blogger Liz Opp said...

Nice updated website, Peterson! I love the opening photos on the homepage.

Safe travels and Cheeri-o!

Liz, The Good Raised Up

At 3:40 PM , Blogger Jennifer said...

I had fish and chips in England too. On my last day, after going to the science museum and seeing the Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy exhibition (the video of which I had never seen until this past Wednesday Sept. 21) and several other things, I went to a restaurant in London near Victoria Station and had fish and chips. Mmmmm.... they were good, along with the coffee and kahlua I had before making my way back to Ealing Meetinghouse to get my luggage and be on my way to Heathrow on the Underground. Enjoy and explore the countryside while you're there. I'm sure you'll have lots to talk about when you get back to the U.S.


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