Sunday, June 07, 2009

Say cheeeeese!

If any garden bloggers are taking a trip to Gardeners' World Live from 10th - 14th June and get a bit bored of perfect plants and gorgeous gardens (yes, unlikely, I know), have a wander around the Good Food Show (entry included in the price of the Gardeners World Live ticket).

And when you are wandering around the Good Food Show, come to stand F153 and try some of our cheese (which we won't be selling). I'm only there on the Friday/Saturday/Sunday, so you may get some strange looks if you start chatting to my colleagues about blogs, gardens or Mouffetards (Happy or otherwise) but they will be more than happy to give you a bit of cheese and a chat. I'm hoping that I'll be able to sneak out and look at plants, rather than be stuck in one of the huge NEC sheds all weekend, but if the weather is anything like it is today, I may be better off indoors.


Anna said...

Will not be there this year otherwise I would have had a nibble. Hope you get the chance to escape at some point :)

Martyn Cox said...

I wish I was visiting - the offer of free cheese is never refused.

Kate and Crew said...

It's a long flight from Florida, but it might be worth it if someone's got a hunk of Wensleydale with my name on it.

James A-S said...

I am studying the floorplan to see if I can easily get from GW Theatre to F153 and back before my absence is noticed.

Joanne said...

Hope you get to enjoy the show.

Yolanda Elizabet Heuzen said...

Personally I'd prefer to nibble on a bit of cheese (hello!Dutch!) while looking at all those gardens. Could that be arranged? ;-)

Good luck with the seaking and the plant oogling.

Frances said...

Hi Happy, I would very much like to sample cheese and find out more about Mouffetards in general, while discussing foggy toddlers, but alas, the travel budget was spent on Chicago. :-)

HappyMouffetard said...

Anna & Joanne - thank you. I'm sure I'll be able to sneak off for a look - apparently it has been a bit quiet today.

Martyn - go on, you know it's worth it!

Kate - not sure we're taking Wensleydale, so perhaps don't book the flight just yet.

James - blink and you'll miss us, I think we have the smallest stall in the universe.

SBA - thank you.

Yolanda - no Edam or Gouda I'm afraid. I admit that's the sum total of my knowledge of Dutch cheese!

Frances - thanks for the giggle -that would make for a strange conversation!

What I should have said earlier, of course, is that the cheese is made by our students - you ay now change your mind as to whether you'd still like some. They do wash their hands - honest!

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