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

David and Stephen Flynn are shop owners, content creators, and three-time cookbook authors
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The Flynns' YouTube channel has surpassed 248,000 subscribers (Photo: Instagram)

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

Twin
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.

Somebody
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.

Rosenthal
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.

A plunge into icy waters is one of the twins' daily rituals (Photo: Instagram)

A plunge into icy waters is one of the twins' daily rituals (Photo: Instagram)

The Happy
Pear

Described
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.

Originally
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.