Flore from ‘The Flo Show’ – My first Eat Drink Blog
Chrissy from ‘Little Food Blog’ – Eat Drink Blog Repeat
Serina from ‘Ms Frugal Ears’ – Eat Drink Blog, a frugalista overview
Sandra from ‘Please Pass the Recipe’ – EDB 15 Canberra, a food bloggers conference
Gary from ‘Yummy Lummy’ – My favourite 15 things from EDB6
Fiona from ‘The Little Lioness’ – The wine of Eat Drink Blog 6
Jodie from ‘My Family Kitchen’ – EDB, a feast for the eyes as well as the stomach
Erin from ‘Dreaming of almonds’ – Following the food bloggers, Eat Drink Blog
Rose and Joseph from ‘ Travel and beyond’ – Eat Drink Blog 6
Anisa from ‘The Macadames’ – Eat Drink Blog 6, A wrap up
Serena from ‘Anything but toast’ – Eat Drink Blog 6
Gary from ‘Yummy Lummy’ – Lunch at the Boathouse by the Lake
Michele from ‘Fine Eating’ – Exploring some of Canberra’s best foodie haunts – Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
Sherry from ‘Sherry’s Pickings ‘ Eat Drink Blog 6
Fiona from ‘Tiffin Bite Sized Food Adventures – What I learned at EDB6
Bec from ‘Inexplicable Wunderlus’ – Two Before Ten
Shari from ‘Good Food Week’ – My 5 favourite parts of the conference
Shari from ‘Good Food Week’ – 5 things I took away from the conference
Shari from ‘Good Food Week’ – 5 blogs that I’d like to share some link love with
Alex from ‘Alexcellent Lifestyle’- Food, fun and photo freedom
“To the dear Eat Drink Blog committee, Giulia, Tara, Belinda, Rachi and Amanda,
I just wanted to write while the amazing event was still fresh in my mind and say a huge thank you. You guys really did go above and beyond to create the best event you could and to showcase the wonderful foodie destination that Canberra is.Each day, moment, speaker, restaurant, food experience surpassed the one that came before it. You did such a wonderful job reaching out to and working with local brands, that you really have left such a wonderful taste of Canberra in my mouth (although I’m not excited that I struggled to do up my jeans this morning!).The value for money was actually unbelievable. I’m sure for that for what we paid we would have been lucky to even dip a toe into Canberra had we done it ourselves. And talking to a friend this afternoon, she announced with a smile that all the places we went were exactly where she would have taken me.Networking with other like minded people, and not being judged for taking a photo of our food is invaluable. I have definitely developed long lasting food blogger relationships throughout this weekend, a testament to the amazing event you created and the opportunity to chat over delicious food on the Friday evening prior to the ‘official’ aspect.The experts that you had come to speak and the range of topics meant that there was something for everyone! My favourites were of course Matthew Evans, and although painfully cheery after one too many wines last night, The Merrymaker Sisters. Their self publishing talk will leave everyone brainstorming book ideas.I honestly can’t thank you all enough for the incredible weekend you painstakingly put together, and really this email doesn’t even come close to the thanks you deserve or describing the unforgettable experience I had.
So, simply, thank you. A million times, thank you!
Clare Reilly. “
“Thank you so much for your time, your organizational skills and patience. This week-end made me come out of my home office where I spend (alone) most of my time. I met some fantastic people including 2 girls living right next door to me! I learnt a lot and hope to make my blog a better, more professional project.
Veronika from ‘reset and rise on instagram’
Again, a MASSIVE congrats on organising such an AMAZING event. I am still in a food coma and think it might hang around for most of the week! Haha. Hope you all have a RESTFUL week, you’ve certainly earned it with your superstar efforts!