Bee Happy for Summer

This past week Keren Brown aka The Frantic Foodie organized a fabulous food blogger event here at my Food Studios. It was a super d’lish event!

Keren, Yashar, and I having a great time!

There were luscious libations served along tasty appetizers and cheeses! I shook up a Tuscan Rosemary Lemon Drop made with Purity Vodka topped with a Honey Lemon Foam, followed by my southern vacation inspired Charleston 75, and then an always fun Tropical Tiki Time Sangria made with Columbia Winery’s Pinot Gris. And of course there were lots of apps to go with all those sips from Sips & Apps including my D’lish Peppadew Peppers and Lamb Sliders on Homemade Rosemary Buns.

My Tuscan Rosemary Lemon Drop with Honey Lemon Foam!

Corky Luster of Ballard Bee Honey came by and gave a “bee tour” of our hive that we have in our back urban garden. He even brought a couple of the special protective bee hats for some of the bloggers to wear and get an up-close look of the bees and honeycombs!

Risk taking foodies getting close to my hive!

Lorna Yee talked about her new book, The Newlywed Kitchen, which shares a story about my husband, John and I. She even dished out two great desserts straight from her book, Candybar Cupcakes and Triple Chocolate Fudge Brownies – yum!

Lorna and I talking about our books

One of the attendees, Paula Thomas took some fabulous photos and wrote a fantastic blog post, which you can find here.

Thank you to Keren Brown, Corky Luster, and to all the Seattle food bloggers that came out for this event! It was definitely a d’lish time!

3 Responses to “Bee Happy for Summer”

  1. Paula Thomas Says:

    Please correct my last name. It should be Thomas not Thompson. Thanks for showing us your studio and sharing your sips and apps with us. Look forward to making some of the recipes myself.

  2. Kathy Casey Says:

    Sorry about that Paula! We have it corrected. I’m glad that you enjoyed my studio!

  3. Seattle Food Blogger Event with Kathy Casey and Lorna Yee « Says:

    […] Kathy Casey invited us to her sassy studios and spoiled us with appetizers and cocktails from her newest book, “Sips and Aps”. I love her recipe for Roasted Pear Crostini with Gorgonzola. I have a huge amount of admiration for Kathy, she has written many books and done so much for the food and cocktail world in Seattle and all over the world. Here is her website which will tell you more about the Kathy Casey world and all the wonderful things she does. Do not miss her recap on the event. […]