@cheesefestuk held a festival for cheese lovers like myself in Liverpool this weekend.
This was such a great idea to get myself out the house to do something different.
I took my mum with me and we really enjoyed the time spent.
VIP PASS – £22
We could get ourselves some free halloumi fries or mozzarella sticks each. We got both!
We also got ourselves a free drink from the bar; prosecco and wine.
There were different stalls around selling cheese from different countries. Crazy cheese and unique cheese.
We tried many different cheeses as we wandered around. My favourite was the chilli and lime pictured below.
I’ve also never seen so many coloured cheeses.. Do any of these put you off?
There were stalls for nachos, burgers, grilled sandwiches, mac and cheese and pasta. My favourite is the melted cheese wheel where they pour it on your food.
There was even cheesecake! I had to try a piece of the mango one. Yummy!
The most Instagrammable cheese were these cheese bombs! Created as a gift originally for a friend who moved to Australia. All of the varieties she makes are amazing!
We had a great day out together, very rare that we have time to go out.
Thanks for reading guys!
Comment below your favourite cheese!
With Love, V x
My oldest friend is engaged!
I have been asked to be a bridesmaid for my oldest friend of about 16 years!
Right now, I am bouncing off the walls with a big cheesy grin on my face.
I’m so excited to help plan and guide my friend through the wedding process to her big day! I think I’m more excited than her haha.
I’ve always had a weak spot for planning and being involved in a wedding.
I cannot wait to attend wedding events and go out for brunches to discuss the wedding cake she wants me to make her!
I haven’t been to a wedding since my auntie’s back in 2002. 15 years ago! I think that’s why I’m so excited. I’m desperate to go to a wedding!
Below is the engagement gift i created for her, full of things she can use to plan and celebrate.
Wrapping paper- tesco
Engagement card – tesco
Magazines – asda
Frame – tesco
Reed difuser – asda home
Prosecco – asda
Dairy Box – asda
It appears I love Asda & Tesco! Haha. But you can buy any of these products from any supermarket at a reasonable price.
Thanks for reading guys, hope you enjoyed this little post.
With Love, V x
Recently I went to a local restaurant for afternoon tea with my friend. We were celebrating her 21st birthday so we thought we’d go for something a bit diffefent.
The Afternoon Tea included:
- Dirty Fries
- Mini Bbq Ribs
- Fried Chicken
- Cajun Corn on the Cob
This was £29.95 for the two of us. I was definitely stuffed, far too much meat for me to eat in one go.
I left the fries – thought it would be bacon and cheese, instead it was pulled pork and cheese. Pulled pork is a no go for me!
Im not one for eating off the bone, but the ribs were perfect! The meat just fell off the bone.
I had such a lovely saturday afternoon with my friend. She definitely had a great birthday!
Thanks for reading guys! Hope you’re all having a great bank holiday weekend so far!
With Love, V x