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Food writer. Broadcaster. Blogger. Author. Marketing at Eight Degrees Brewing. Secretary of the Irish Food Writers' Guild, founder of Irish Food Bloggers Association and co-author of Sláinte: The Complete Guide to Irish Craft Beer & Cider (New Island).

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9 Responses

  1. Babaduck says:

    It was a fantastic day & lovely to meet a fellow Francophile!!!

  2. Daily Spud says:

    Excellent recap – it really was a jam-packed event. Lovely to catch up with you again & thanks for the loan of the swag bag 🙂

  3. Caroline says:

    @Babaduck I never caught your blog name! Too much talking and not enough checking out nametags. I was just telling the Husband about your hyper-organised French trips this morning – think he’s starting to worry about me heading back over in September! Thanks for all the tips.@Daily Spud I always have extra bags secreted around the place. No problem for the loan and maybe I’ll have to pick it up on the Thursday or Friday of Bloom. Hopefully I’ll get to overnight in Dublin this time – the 15 hour up-and-down on the bus days are a bit long.

  4. Kristin says:

    “For all the world like a cheery model for the butcher mannequin which stands outside shops around Ireland” – that was him to a T! I loved his demo – but loved meeting all the fantastic bloggers such as yourself even more. Already looking forward to the next one!

  5. Caroline says:

    Lovely to meet you too although it was a pity that I had to head away so early. Sounds like you enjoyed some of the sushi anyway!Maybe we should have roaming food blogger meet ups around the country? Have tent, will travel!

  6. Vicky says:

    Sounds like a wonderful time, unfortunately I was away with work, hoping to make the next one! Vick

  7. Lilly says:

    Thanks for the mention Caroline! I’d say the biscuits were totally crumbs by the time ye got them! I was sorry to leave early and miss the food stylists, Sounds great though!

  8. sharon Hearne-Smith says:

    hi caroline – lovely to meet you there – i sat beside you at one point. great write up. if you dont mind i have linked you from my work blog (www.sharonhearnesmith.blogspot.com)…my lack of photos has to be made up with yours if thats ok?! will be posting it up soon. sharon x

  9. Caroline says:

    @Vicky For the next one they’re just going to have to get a far bigger room. Who knew that there were so many food bloggers in Ireland?@Lilly Sorry I didn’t get to meet you there. At least I got to try your biscuits! Do you have a link to the recipe? I loved the fresh ginger in them.@Sharon Lovely to meet you too! And thanks for the link to your blog – I didn’t manage to catch its name on the day.

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