Patrick and Bobbin Mulvaney of Mulvaney's B&L
In this episode of That One Thing, Patrick and Bobbin Mulvaney of Mulvaney’s B&L restaurant share their experience as small business owners whose passion and work to build a true farm-to-table restaurant ultimately impacted the Farm-to-Frok movement that helped define the Sacramento region.
Patrick and Bobbin shared their thoughts on how small business owners can affect change in their communities, their approach to building a community giving program that their small business can sustain, and their philosophy on the importance of teaching and mentoring the next generation.
Thank you to our sponsor
Thank you to our sponsor, Open Agriculture Supply, whose kits, supplies and support for open agriculture are helping bring the movement to the general public. Developed by self-proclaimed nerdy engineers and foodies here in Sacramento, the kits and supplies offered by Open Agriculture Supply include the Food Computer parts—like custom circuit boards—that are most difficult for the average person to build on their own. With pre-assembled parts for your Food Computer, you can get growing delicious foods in no time. Visit the Open Agriculture Supply website and enter the code “ThatOneThing” at checkout to receive 5 percent off your order.
Thank you to our guests
Thank you to Patrick and Bobbin Mulvaney for sharing their story and time with us.
Podcast production staff
- Host: Gordon Fowler
- Producer: Liz Divelbiss
- Editor: Kin Wong
- Music created by: Harry Walls
- Special sponsor guest: Jonathan Taraya