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  1. Barbara

    Spandana, beautiful post on our P2P workshop, lovely to see it through your eyes and voice, each of us has her/his (hallo Nitin) own story to tell. I would never have guessed that you were terrified of the writing or rather sharing it with all of us. You write in such a funny way, it is highly enjoyable. Thanks for sharing!

  2. ilva

    Thank You Spandana for coming to the workshop and being part of that fantastic synergy! I love this post, it really shows how you all worked and had fun, just like we did!

  3. Meeta

    A lovely write up Spandana and some awesome shots. So glad you found the inspiration you needed at the Plate to Page workshop and am glad we were able to being you out of your comfort zone! Great getting to know you!

  4. Juliane

    What a wonderful post, Spandana! You captured the mood and the spirit of this unforgettable days so perfect, in word and picture. Brings me back to Somerset immediately. Thank you so much for sharing!
    xoxo, Juliane
    PS: May I use the picture of me shooting the asparagus? I love it! Full photo credit to you + link to your blog, of course.

  5. Djanira

    Lovely Spandana.

    i particularly like your cake shots diptych!

  6. wendy@chezchloe

    Hi Spandana,
    Lovely post and photos. I love the pics of everybody taking photos. And the food….how I miss it!
    And you nailed the opening line here. cheers!

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  8. Raaga

    Lovely post and you definitely had a lovely time!

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  10. Happy Cook / Finla

    Wowo you went for the P2P workshop, i would love to do that especially for the writtings, it think photography i can mangae but the writting that is tough for me too as i am a real bad writter.

  11. Jeanne @ CookSister!

    Dear Spandana, I remember so well that very first afternoon’s writing assignment and your look of pure terror as you said you had not managed to write anything in the allotted time :) ) If you think of that person, and compare her to the person who wrote the magazine article on Sunday, it should make you absolutely burst with pride! You came such a long way in such a short time, and (I hope!) made some great friends along the way. I love these shots – you really have a great eye! I look forward to keeping up with you on your blog and seeing you go fro, strength to strength! PS – please can you mail me a high-res version of that gorgeous first photo of the four instructors? Hugs!

  12. Turmeric n spice

    Such an enriching experience and thxs for sharing !! Love the post

  13. Asmita

    A very interesting read. Gorgeous snaps.

  14. Usha

    Nice post Spandana! It must have been quite an experience. Looking forward to some awesome posts & pictures from your end.

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