Photo: Jenn of Jenn’s Cuisine
We’ll always have Weimar. It was surreal and I am still collecting and ordering my thoughts for the weekend gone. Plate to Page came and with a click of the camera button and a stroke of a pen it disappeared. The four of us - Ilva, Jeanne, Jamie and I, had had this vision for a long time and after almost a year in planning, organizing, fretting and frustrations, I think it would be safe to say the first Plate to Page Workshop in Weimar was an amazing event.
As I mentioned above I am still gathering all my emotions and thoughts of this past weekend. I will leave you with a few wordless photos of not only a great weekend but with this group below - our first Plate to Page participants. A group so dedicated and immensely motivated that as one of the four instructors it was a pure pleasure for me to have had the opportunity to work with them.
Photo: Julia of Always Leave Room for Dessert
Ken hard at work styling and shooting for the picnic assignment
Divine Irish beef and the fab Guinness wholegrain mustard supplied by our incredible sponsor Bord Bia - The Irish Food Board
Finding your style. Helping Jasmine with a few styling secrets and photography tips (Photo: Jeanne of Cook Sister)
Burning the midnight oil (Photo: Jeanne of Cook Sister)
I’ll share many more impressions in the days to come. If you are impatient however, then come on over and check out our new Plate to Page Facebook fanpage, where many of the participants have shared their images and thoughts for the weekend.
Without our incredible sponsors this would not have run so smoothly as it did so a huge thank you to our main sponsor Bord Bia (The Irish Food Board), Wines of South Africa, Hotel Chocolat, Prokit UK, Maison Georges Larnicol, OXO, Ergo Chef Knives, Sweet Pete’s and the lovely Paula Walters. Their generosity allowed us to provide high class gifts to our participants, but they also helped make this fantastic weekend possible!
Now I need to rest my brain and get some sleep. Good night!
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