It’s a few hours to FBC5 , time seems to have flown by since I first went to experience the FBC.I managed to only attend the last day but what a power packed day it was with workshops , sessions and of course the vibrant street party. I do hope to soak in all this and sooo much more this year and really ”connect” with the bloggers.
I walked in to attend a session on Niche Blogging by Summaya Jamil of Pukka Paki ,thanks Summaya for this pic with moi.
I most enjoyed the Seychelles Inspired Street Food stall – Vinn Goute
And these moustached boys from Gourmetti kept hungry bloggers coming back for seconds with their ”Fiodena” – Wild pig slices & onion jam in crackling focaccia.ummm
The photography workshop had all the eager bloggers gathering around to get some photography tips and up their skills and taste some delicious Indian fare made by private chef Maunika Gowardhan who blogs at Cook in a Curry.
Monique’s session on starting a food business was very engaging full of great advice,insights and had a very good question answer session.
Tea time was great for interacting with the sponsors, loved chatting with the head chef at Vitamix.
Thanks to Rekha Mehra from Pistachio Rose for smiling for my cam!
Just ONE of the many attractive food stalls at the street party.
Tummy full, satiated with being amongst so many like minded foodies, Food Blogger Connect lived upto its name of connecting us all. Kudos to Bethany and her team and FBC 5 is just going to be bigger and better!Oh yes and the goody bag was bursting with so many goodies I had to call hubby over to get me from the station 😉
Nitey nite, can hardly wait for tomorrow!