#mEatDrinkBlog – Valentines Day Edition

It’s been a long time between drinks, but we are finally there. The next #mEatDrinkBlog will be a PotLuck dinner held at the lovely co-working space of Inspire 9 on, the 14th February.

What to bring?

It’s a potluck, so bring your favourite potluck dish, whether that’s a curry, a salad or a heart-shaped pavlova and we’ll all feast on a bit of this and a bit of that. Also, feel free to bring a bottle of wine, a six pack of beer or a Big Lebowski style White Russian kit.

As far as cooking implements go, there are a couple of gas cookers and a microwave but no oven and not too many pots and pans. Best bet is to bring your food in a stove-top casserole dish or something of the sort. If you are unsure, just drop me a line and I’ll be able to give some guidance.

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Who’s invited?

Anyone and everyone who’s interested in food and food blogging/writing. We are a friendly bunch so feel free to bring a friend.


7:00pm, 14th February.


Inspire 9. Level 1, 43 Stewart St. Richmond. It’s right next to the Richmond Train station. So take a tram down Swan St, or a train to Richmond station.


We haven’t really had a definite yay, or nay about having talks. i9 is a great spot for something or other, so if you are interested in giving us a talk about something, please let me know.


RSVP in the comments here or email me at michael+meatdrinkblog@wakeless.net just so we have some idea of numbers.

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30 Responses to “#mEatDrinkBlog – Valentines Day Edition”

  1. Kat (Spatula, Spoon and Saturday) commented:

    Going to have to skip this one, sorry. Am required to put in a bit of efforts into this whole Valentine’s Day thing.

  2. David Eccles commented:

    I’m in.

  3. Gillian commented:

    I’ll be there with 2 friends.Im making Babotie Curry, Im not what else is being made :)

  4. Michael commented:

    Excellent. I feel like there’s going to be a bit of curry. I was thinking about some sort of moroccan goat curry, but perhaps it will be vegetarian.

  5. Cindy commented:

    I’m ready to potluck! I’ve baked pomegranate-glazed tempeh and eggplant.

    Should we BYO plates, cutlery, cups etc?

  6. Michael commented:

    Awesome. Sounds amazing. As far as plates, cutlery etc goes that’s all taken care of. We’ve just got a washing up to do afterwards.

  7. Michael commented:

    I’ll be there from 6 (well I’ll probably be there all day so feel free to drop in early.