Monday, 7 November 2011

The Underground Farmers'Market in Pictures


Other really great blog posts on the event, do check them out for a fuller picture:
http://londonplinth.blogspot.com/2011/11/ms-marmitelovers-bonfire-weekend.html
http://www.timeout.com/london/around-town/event/243791/the-underground-farmers-and-craft-market
http://helengraves.co.uk/2011/11/my-jerk-stall-at-the-underground-farmers-market/
http://gastrogeek.wordpress.com/2011/11/09/spicy-sausage-rolls-at-the-underground-market/
http://nellfane.wordpress.com/2011/11/06/food-rave/
http://www.foxycooks.co.uk/2011/11/08/bonfire-underground-farmers-market/
http://www.porridgelady.co.uk/?p=2148
http://fallenfromflavour.blogspot.com/2011/11/underground-farmers-and-craft-market.html
http://thearbutusclub.blogspot.com/2011/11/ms-marmite-lovers-underground-market.html
http://henniandbean.blogspot.com/2011/11/thank-you-to-all-lovely-visitors.html
http://crumpeats.wordpress.com/2011/11/15/the-underground-farmers-market-msmarmitelovers-featuring-greenwich-smokery-reiners-e5-bakehouse/
http://www.porridgelady.co.uk/?p=2148: her recipe for porridge made at the demo.
The stall holders were incredibly impressed by the quality of the visitors: their passion and knowledge for food and drink. One of the barmen said 'People always ask us for Martinis, and we end up never selling them. This time however, people not only bought them, but asked for Gibson's and other variations. They really knew their stuff..."

16 comments:

  1. Wow. I'm sad to have missed it. Next year...

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  2. wow looks amazing and so much work.

    Maybe one day we might try on in Edinburgh

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  3. Jessica/ Foxy Cooks7 November 2011 at 22:25

    I had the best time ever! Looking at the slideshow makes me wish it was Bonfire weekend again! Thanks for organising such a great event and letting me be part of it!

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  4. Quite epic! There is a space you're not utilising though come on. You need to get some hammocks and get stalls up there - the only way is up!

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  5. Hmm, we used every single room this time....including the front drive, the communal hallway, the side passage, Sienna's bedroom....

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  6. So much fun! Really hope to be able to make it next time :)

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  7. Thanks for organising such a great event. I had a fabulous time and have written about it in my blog:

    http://fallenfromflavour.blogspot.com/

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  8. It was so ace to have been part of it. What a fabulous event. Thanks Kirsten.

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  9. It was a great event all round - a lot of seriously good food and a wonderful party atmosphere. Fabulous.

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  10. A fantastic, vibrant event. Some of the best food I've tasted this year, too. Thanks, MsMarmite.

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  11. Thought I'd commented on this already. Must be going bonkers! It looks fabulous - you are awe inspiring. Ax

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  12. what a fabulous event... a delicious mix of food stalls, packed with passionate foodies and sprinkled on top with magical music & cocktails! Again,again, again! lots of love 'n sparkle bex

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  13. I was so happy to be there and you looked amazing in my tiara. Hope you enjoy it!!

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  14. Clever brits! Why can't we do that here in America?
    Why? Oh, the English really can cook~~~~what fun.
    pve

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