Foodie Afternoon Tea Party

January 17, 2015Sew White

Last Saturday I was lucky enough to be invited to an afternoon tea party with a group of foodies and foodie bloggers. It was an incredible and wonderful afternoon/evening and I got to meet so many of the wonderful food bloggers who I follow online. We all bought a dish for the dinner and there were some incredible things on offer. I took my gorgeous olive bread and a roasted tomato salad with mint and mozzarella.

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My gorgeous roasted tomatoes getting gooey in their dressing before serving.

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Finished olive bread rolls ready to go.

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The table from one end. Look at all the food!

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The table from the other end! The amount of gorgeous food and the beautiful place settings and candles made is so special.

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My salad ready for the table. Love roast tomatoes!

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Tasty tart, my salad and the gorgeous brownies.

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Heartshaped mozzarella with buffalo tomatoes

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Baked cheesecake with fresh strawberries. Delicious.

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Gluten free, dairy free and refined sugar free chocolate and orange cake.

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Intense, made with no butter and very chocolaty brownies and Galette du Bois.

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Gorgeous Tiramisu – I had two!

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The lovely ladies who I was very lucky to finally meet and enjoy their bakes were

Sarah www.theschoolofbalance.com
Fiona www.london-unattached.com

Karen www.lavenderandlovage.comLouisa www.eatyourveg.co.uk
Amanda www.glamorousglutton.com
Mabintu www.recipesfromapantry.com
Manjiri www.sliceoffme.wordpress.com
Nayna www.citrusspiceuk.com
Madeleine www.fromthehealthyheart.com
Bethany www.dirtykitchensecrets.com

A big thank you to Farrah, who makes the amazing Moose Maple Butter, for organising it
www.moosemaple.co.uk

4 Comments

  • Farrah

    January 17, 2015 at 8:21 pm

    Thanks for the lovely post and beautiful photos Sisley! Your roasted tomato salad was DIVINE as were those delicious olive bread rolls – thank you! Was so lovely to spend time with you and everyone else!
    F

    1. Sew White

      January 19, 2015 at 12:07 pm

      It was such a lovely afternoon Farrah. Thank you so much for inviting me 🙂

  • Sam

    January 19, 2015 at 11:48 am

    Your blog has literally made me so hungry! It’s soooo good and given me lots of inspo for dinner time!

    The olive bread rolls and tiramisu look delicious!
    Sam xx

    http://www.beautifie.com

    1. Sew White

      January 19, 2015 at 12:08 pm

      Thank you! You are so kind x

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