Strawberry Santa’s and I at an Xmas Picnic

It was a super sunny Saturday as the weather cooperated with us and I, armed with a tray of strawberry Santa’s headed down to Centennial Park for the 2nd Annual Sydney Food Bloggers Christmas Picnic. Having recently attended the Sydney Food Blogger Mad Hatter Spring Picnic, I was more relaxed and excited having previously met tonnes of great people, but with such a huge turnout, I unfortunately didn’t get around to saying hi to every one of you.

I brought along huge strawberries on steroids which I had dressed up as little Santa’s – I was afraid no one was going to know they were actually Santa’s as my sister had no idea what they were… but everyone knew straight away hoooray! It only took 10mins to make these – just whipped the cream (I added some peach liquor to the cream too ๐Ÿ˜‰ ) and painstakingly placed black sesame seeds as eyes with tweezers.

There was an abundance of food, some with a Christmas theme and some with Christmas colours and others were just plain tasty (my favourite was the greek beef meatballs)! They also held Sydney Food Bloggers Olympics and Kris Kringle.

I had an awesome day filling my belly, met a lot of friendly new people and came home with Boiley a microwavable egg boiler – thanks KK!
A big thank you to Helen from Grab Your Fork and Suze from ChocolateSuze who had co hosted and organized the shindig.

My army of Strawberry Santa’s

Christmas Tree Meringues by Jacq from Penguin says Feed Me

Chocolate Hazelnut Christmas Tree by Lisa Perkovic

Christmas Tree Marshmallows by Steph from Raspberri Cupcakes

These kind of look like holly right?? Made by Helen from Grab Your Fork

Pancakes with Chicken and Kimchi

Keftedes by Demos and sign by Gianna from The Empty Fridge

White Chocolate Wontons w/ pinenut and rosemary praline from He Needs Food

Macaron Christmas Tree by Cleony from I Eat Sweet

Sydney Food Bloggers Olympics

Chopstick Challenge transferring 50 soy beans from one bowl to the other

Taste Test challenge

Kris Kringle

photo credit Simon from The Heart of Food

Merry Christmas everyone!!
Naw don’t we have such a nice food blogging community here in Sydney ๐Ÿ™‚

20 thoughts on “Strawberry Santa’s and I at an Xmas Picnic

  1. Yum

    I love your little Santa’s. I’m going to make these on Christmas Day to take along to lunch…and another batch to take along to dinner.

  2. Awesome work with the strawberry santas. Bet that heaps of people will co-opt that for this Christmas or Christmases to come ๐Ÿ™‚

    Never saw the chicken kimchi pancakes. Much have been popular.

  3. Nice Strawberry Santas!

    Hi Ayana! Those Strawberry Santas were amazing! You’re so clever with how you came up with it. Too bad I was not able to chat with you. Perhaps in the next meet-up? Happy Holidays! ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. “Sign by Gianna” reason #1047 why you are awesome haha
    So lovely to see you and hope we can catch up again in the New Year xox

  5. Those Santa strawberries are SO cute! Pinned them and shared them on my facebook page. Such a great idea!
    Jenn ๐Ÿ™‚

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