Posts Tagged ‘greek’

OMG, the Five New Flavors of Ben & Jerry’s GREEK FROZEN YOGURT are Here! – Your “Indulgent Dessert,” Your “Reasonable Reward”

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

Well, here they are, we in San Francisco are finally getting Ben & Jerry’s Greek Frozen Yogurt – it’s been spreading across the country from Vermont all year:

Can you match up the flavors based upon appearance? 

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Oh, and Strawberry Shortcake in your grocer’s freezer.

There’s a bit more protein and a bit less fat in this stuff, and it takes more milk to make, which is making the dairy farmers of Vermont very happy, I’m sure.

And oh, Ben and Jerry’s kicks ass – have I said that lately? Check their mission statement, if you’re looking for an example to follow with your startup / whatever.

Try the Banana Peanut Butter even if you aren’t a fan of either.

All the deets.

 

The 2009 Greek Cultural Parade on San Francisco’s Market Street

Saturday, March 28th, 2009

San Francisco’s HELLENIC CULTURAL PARADE must rank as our smallest annual march down Market Street, but today’s effort had spirited participants and lovely weather. Let’s take a look, shall we?

Vanguard of the Greek Cultural Parade. Click to expand:

This junior cowboy (κάουμποϋ) was quite handy with his lasso:

An entirely different junior cowboy:

JROTC haters would have had a lot to hate today what with the many schools represented. (Lowell High appeared to be the most serious.)

“Macedonia is Greece.” O.K., thanks for that tidbit. I think I know what the meaning of this statement is - seems to be a contentious issue:

Anywho, happy 178th Greek Independence Day!

Fashionable SFPD Protects Our Largest Mall from Insurrection

Monday, December 22nd, 2008

In this shot of a local insurgent posing for a photo over the weekend at the WestField Mall “Solidarity with Greek Uprising” uprising, notice the fashionable boots worn by officers.

You can see pricey AlpineStars and also some also made-in-Italy SIDIs, a brand so expensive only cops and dead tree journalists can afford them.

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via quinn’s photostream

Pounding hippy skull can be dangerous work, so you don’t want to skimp on your boots.