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» Bloggermeet - Henley Regatta July 2005. from Spittoon.biz
Henley Regatta PicnicIt didn't rain. People turned up. We ate and we drank. The Henley Regatta Food Bloggers Picnic; I had a marvellous time. A couple couldn't make it on the day but Christina (Thorngrove Table), Anne (Anne's Table) flew in from Sweden... [Read More]

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Judith

The stuffed baguette sounds yummy. Might have to try that sometime.

Anne

Ah, thank you SOOO much for having me there! I had a wonderful time, and I'm so glad I went! It was great - and needless to say, the food was great. I'm really glad to see the Jägerwecken - I told Per about it and he was very enthusiastic so we'll definitely be trying that!

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Anne

AugustusGloop

Oh your combined picnic fare looks fantastic! I made it to Henley one year but our spread was nowhere near as delectable as yours... yum...

And I love the stuffed baguette. Great idea!

Jeanne

Hi Johanna

Aaaah, what happy memories! It really was a fab day and I tend to agree with you on the food - we could easily have sold stuff had we been more of a more entrepreneurial (as opposed to purely hedonistic!) nature... I'm not sure what we can do next to live up to the excellence of the first two events - will have to discuss that over a couple of glasses of wine!

Niki

What a great idea; it's exciting to see everyone 'in the flesh' as it were, and to see you too! But I must say, the weather does look look a bit....erm....typically British! :-)
Pity there are so few Melbourne bloggers, and I can't imagine the 3 I've found getting together. We all seem to be very different people; I'm not sure we'd get along so well!

Niki

What a great idea; it's exciting to see everyone 'in the flesh' as it were, and to see you too! But I must say, the weather does look look a bit....erm....typically British! :-)
Pity there are so few Melbourne bloggers, and I can't imagine the 3 I've found getting together. We all seem to be very different people; I'm not sure we'd get along so well!

Christina

Hi Johanna!
It was great meeting you and your family. I had a lovely day too and I'm really looking forward to the next event. Loved the asparagus quiche - despite my known fear of baking I might just have to make it! I'll definitely be taking some Jaegerwecken to work for lunch though. :-)

Christina

Hi Johanna!
It was great meeting you and your family. I had a lovely day too and I'm really looking forward to the next event. Loved the asparagus quiche - despite my known fear of baking I might just have to make it! I'll definitely be taking some Jaegerwecken to work for lunch though. :-)

Meg

Looks like another excellent adventure! I wish I could have been there - maybe for the third edition.

Ronald

Excellent meeting - glad you all enjoyed it. Would have loved to be there!

Dagmar

It looks like you had a great time and the food looks really amazing!!!

johanna

i am surprised how well the jaegerwecken resonated everywhere - i even seen posts on other foodblogs recently with a variation on the theme... and it's great, since it really is such a simple idea. so let me hear what YOU stuff it with!

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