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  1. That watermelon beer looks so good! Is it wrong that it sounds appetizing at 7am??

  2. balancejoyanddelicias

    oh.. how I missed that photo booth… opss… too distracted by all those food!
    btw, your mini muffin was one of my favorite on the tasting! great job! :)

  3. Watermelon wheat beer?! Very interesting!! I’ve been keeping up with your Foodbuzz posts and it looks like you had a great time! I wish I went, it looks like so much fun!

  4. Nicole

    Wow!! All those chocolates.. especially those smoked sea salt ones. I would love to try them! I don’t like beer, but I’d definitely try that one. Veery interesting.

  5. All these chocolates look sooooo amazing! Yum!

  6. I LOVE how reading everyone’s experience makes me realize how we all saw different things. It makes me want to go back and check out those things I didn’t see :D

    LOVE the recap and summary at the bottom too :)

  7. sounds like you had a great time. Wish I could have made it this year..maybe next time. Glad you like Mazetta products, I’ve been cooking with them for years and find they’re great. Since we moved to Sonoma 4 years ago, we’ve become friends with Ron Mazetta (he’s a neighbor) and we have coffee with him almost every morning. The roasted red peppers are amazing. He gave me a couple of bottles to try last month and I used them in my Indian cooking. All his stuff is just great. Love your blog btw.

  8. That chocolate looks fabulous. What an exciting weekend!

  9. Just want to say CONGRATS on being one of the Natures Pride ambassadors!! So awesome. The whole festival looks amazing, I hope I can go next year! All that food looks incredible.

  10. I eat Frog Hollow Fruit every week ;) and Mezzeta is my go to brand for pepperoncinis and olives. It’s so fun to see what is “new” to people that don’t live here and it reminds me that our country is BIG and our selection is varied. It also scares me when I think about moving!

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