I love snow and I’ve been wistfully following the flurries around the UK on the news, Twitter, blogs and Facebook, wondering if it will head my way. I have a section in my new cookbook listing things to do on snow days and I’m looking forward to doing them when I get my own snow day. Until then, I thought it would be fun if we have a little food blogging event and you can send me pictures of the snow where you are so I get to see it, along with the lovely bakes you make. What do you think; sound like fun? Read post.
I can’t give a better introduction to Dan and his blog than he does in his own words: “I wouldn’t call it so much a peek as a full blown expose of your innermost culinary pretentions and ambitions. You’re effectively rolling over and exposing the soft paunch of your underbelly and asking to be caressed. You’re a culinary whore!”. Read post.
Although there are no boys in this photograph, I promise you they were there; one, the partner of our host, Signe Johansen, was behind the camera and the other, a friend of theirs visiting from America was (quite sensibly) staying safely out of the way. The poor guy had literally just arrived following a week ‘up north’ only to find himself suddenly sharing a tea and a scone with a room full of crazy blogging girls. Unsurprisingly, he looked quite bewildered! Read post
Name: Signe Johansen Blogging since: spring 2008 Location: Bloomsbury, London Blog url: www.signejohansen.com/ Tell us a little bit about yourself. Where to start? My parents were living in Munich when I was born, which no doubt explains my predilection for…
Earlier in the month I helped to judge The Galvin Cup mixology competition for the second year running, and once again it was a fantastic event. Mixologists, professional and amateur, from around the world competed for the coveted Galvin Cup, creating spectacular cocktails. Read post