Sunday, 25 April 2010

Food for Thought

 











BrisStyle had a fairly important meeting yesterday.  We needed a large percentage of members to be present or to send in their proxies.  Thankfully we had the numbers and the proposals were carried unanimously.  Being a committee member of this dynamic and ever-increasing organisation takes huge chunks out of my day, but the rewards come with occasions such as yesterday. 

Then there are the other perks - these girls can cook!  Take a look at what was placed on the table for morning tea.













































I realise that the table looks a little bare, but by the time I found my camera in the Black Hole (AKA The Handbag) the hungry hoards had done their worst.






















I knew what my contribution was going to be.  I found the most scrumptious recipe for peanut butter fudge (what else?) on Flossie Teacakes' blog and had a terrible time keeping the flies and husband away from the tin.  The original recipe comes from Sophie Dahl, so my husband really wants to thank you Sophie and Florence of Flossie Teacakes for making his Anzac Day Long Weekend complete (yes, I did bring home the left-overs).

Committee leader Helen (top, middle) explained some of the finer points to the members.
















Hard-working committee members Rebecca and Bel are clearly pleased with the outcome.

After the members departed, it was time for a committee meeting which, of course, meant time for lunch.





















There was also a bottle or two of Moet somewhere in the background, if my memory serves me correctly.  A very successful day.

If music be the food of love, eat on!
(Apologies to Mr Shakespeare.)

P.S.  If you are within coo-ee of Brisbane next Friday evening (30 April), give yourself a real treat and walk over to King George Square, where you will be able to meet the lovely members of BrisStyle at their first Twilight Market.  I wish I could be in two places at once, but I will be in New Zealand with some of the family.  The Twilight Market has captured the imagination of the city fathers and the Lord Mayor of Brisbane has thrown his support beind the event, so we are expecting big things!

7 comments:

Curiouser & Curiouser said...

Yummo!!! it was all good!!!

bubbachenille said...

The future is very exciting for Brisstyle, I had a wedding to go to so I couldn't make it but really appreciate all you and the committee do to keep Brisstyle running and moving forward. Thanks Robyn.

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

All that food..amazing.

When I am next holidaying in Brisbane, I will definitley make sure I check out was is happening with the market.

Hope you have a great time over here in NZ.

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

So nice to see everybody is busy and of course honouring your ancestors and great grannies.

I wish I could grab some of those. One slice in each serving plates. Yummy...

Now am drooling to have more sweets.

ENjoy ur day off...

P.S.
Am working in a bank and our Australian correspondence bank there i ANZ and we have had so complicated to deal with the AUD trades. But everything is OK after all these yrs.

HAPPY ANZAC DAY!

Sandra Darling ~ Visual Art Creations said...

so wonderful to meet many of you gorgeous ladies there and I look forward to many more meet ups and market events and so on!

I am also happy to say I picked the best corner to hide from the photographer ;) *beams*

Sandra Darling xoxo

Sandrine said...

You did a fabulous job at capturing some great pictures of this special time!So sorry I had to rush back to find the rest of my tribe waiting for me...and never made it to the other side of the room to say hello!!Wishing you a fabulous ime in NZ :) X

lyptis said...

Looks like a cool meeting.

THE FOOD! Now im hungry!! Havent had breakfast yet..