Foodbuzz Festival: So many yums (tasting)

You all know how much I heart Foodbuzz. Now look at all these awesome samples that I heart as well (from the afternoon tasting). I can’t possibly post everything I tried, but here are the pictures that came out well.

Brandi‘s Stuffed French Toast:

Sabrina‘s Egg White Veggie Frittata Muffins:

Frog Hollow Farm‘s dried fruits (and Warren pears! So amazing).

Frog Hollow Farm also had a variety of chutneys and conserves, which were incredible. This was my favorite booth of the afternoon.

Some kind of shrimp and scallop ceviche from Fuego (can’t find a link):

A cool table with non-traditional shortbread made by Botanical Bakery:

Handmade marshmallows (pumpkin was one of the flavors) by Gateau et Ganache:

Chocolate covered nuts. I brought some of these home for Bobby and he has been calling them "poo balls". They are delicious despite their odd nickname.

My favorite candy of the day, made by Nina. Her Single Malt Scotch Bar was awesome.

Annie the Baker‘s cookies. Amazingly buttery and delicious. They tasted just like cookie dough.

p.o.p. candy‘s toffee – I had so much of the chai one. It had nuts and dried fruit.

Yummy (and pretty) chocolates.

Fabulous spreads.

479 Popcorn. My favorite was the curry (odd because I don’t like Indian food).

My other favorite dish of the day – Vineyard Pantry‘s Autumn Savory Tartlets (little pastry filled with wild rice, butternut squash, blue cheese mustard, cheese, and more). I can’t wait to experiment with their products.

A crazy cool beet meringue goat cheese savory dessert thing. It was a work of art (and quite tasty).

Olives.

Shannon‘s savory bread pudding.

I still have pictures from dinner, but I’ll save them. I met so many amazing people, including Emily from Foodzie – what a cool woman. That is a company I would love to work for.

A big thanks to FOODBUZZ for an amazing weekend.

In other news… wish me luck – we’re moving this week. (We’re taking off Tuesday instead of Monday.) Road trip from Sunnyvale to Princeton with two cats. Will be interesting.

Happy Monday! (Or Sunday, if you’re up late.) What did you do this weekend?

28 Replies to “Foodbuzz Festival: So many yums (tasting)”

  1. Hi Maggie!

    So you are in foodbuzz with coco too! ! 🙂 what an amazing event from your photos! I love reading your post about it and seriously consider going next year!
    looking forward to reading more from you, Maggie!

  2. Maggie!!!

    I’m SO happy I finally got to meet you in person – I wish this weekend had lasted a few more days so I could have spent more time with everybody 🙂

    I hope the move goes well!

  3. I imagined that you would change the leaving day, so much to pack and so little time. hope everything goes well… and have a safe trip dear! I can’t wait to see you again! seriously! 😀

  4. What a great time! I may have to go next year! 😀

    Love all the pics too! Good luck with the move!

    We had a gorgeous weekend – beautiful weather, a bonfire in our backyard on Saturday night – heaven! 😀

  5. Hi! It was great meeting you on Saturday! I’m so glad you enjoyed our booth – we really enjoyed chatting with you! Please stay in touch… Best Wishes, Jeff

  6. Hi Maggie. Great festival photos! I wish I could have been there too. I’m planning to go to the Fit Blogging conference in Baltimore in March. I’m hoping to see a bunch of our foodie blogger friends there!

  7. MAggie my dear! TOMORROW is the big day!! GOOD LUCK!!
    Oh, and thank YOU! If it weren’t for you, I wouldn’t have been able to come at all! You’re my savior!!!

  8. Everything looked so delish! Ya know, after reading about all the same things on so many blogs, it almost felt like I was there! lol..

    glad you had fun. 🙂

  9. Seriously drooling here… I went to Carroll Gardens this week-end and ended up at “the chocolate room” tasting desserts but all you tried looks even better!

  10. i just got done reading all your foodbuzz posts – AMAZING! not only did you meet some of my fave bloggies, but your pictures are gorgeous! thank you for chronicling…part of me thinks i was there to share in it 🙂

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