Boston Food Blogger Launch Party

I love starting off the week with a party to go to. Especially as one as great as last night’s Boston Food Bloggers’ Launch.

So soon as we arrived Price and I were welcomed with bowl upon bowl of Bacon Caramel Popcorn. This is not your average caramel popcorn. Besides the addition of the bacon, which provided a light smoky flavor, there were goldfish crackers and pretzels. It was a “gangs-all-here” kinds of popcorn.

The servers at The Gallows were fast on their feet serving Cheeseburgers, poutine, vegetarian crostini, and buffalo chicken livers. I was really impressed with the variety of food that was served. Also, the quality was top notch. However, in all honesty, I was not a fan of the poutine. Maybe it was because we just came back from a trip to Montreal, but the cheesy was just not right to me. Either way, I loved the crostini with it’s pungent blue cheese kick.

In addition to the food The Gallows served, SoCo Creamery served up several kinds of ice cream. They brought ginger, esspresso cookie, vanilla, and dirty chocolate. Price and I shared the dirty chocolate which was intense, rich, and very chocolately. Also, Price enjoyed the complimentary beer provided by Pretty Things.

Besides the food, The Gallows provided an amazing setting for the launch party. The Gallows is a beautiful restaurant complete with barn wood ceiling and long fully stocked bar. You def can’t miss the opportunity to saunter up to the bar to get creative drinks like the Missionary’s Downfall and Bear Hunter (pictured).

I’m looking forward to getting to know more food bloggers in the Boston Food Blogging community. I had a great time seeing some familiar faces like Meesh and Jacki from Just Eat Cheese and Molly from Cheap Beets and meeting some new people like Ashleigh from Ashleigh’s Slice of Life and Kara from Peace Love and Food

Thanks to Rachel of Fork it Over, Boston! The party was a huge success and the goodie bag I scored was amazing. I am so excited to visit all those places where I received gift certificates for.

Thanks for visiting. Please leave me a comment to provide some feedback. I appreciate all the comments I receive.

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28-year old New Englander. A crafty, sarcastic, shoe hoarding, iphone addict, home cook, new mom who loves to document it all in scrapbooks (and this blog)
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9 Responses to Boston Food Blogger Launch Party

  1. Jacki Mo says:

    ahh that milk jug is adorable!! I’m definitely going back to the gallows to try more of their cocktails, the chupacabra with tequila and elderflower was really good too!

  2. Lara says:

    Sorry I missed meeting you last night! Great recap – I agree, will have to go back to try more of their creative food & drinks.

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  4. Daisy says:

    I wish I tried the bear hunter! great recap!

  5. awesome recap & thanks for coming last night! that photo with you and the dirty chocolate ice cream cone is just adorable. sorry we didn’t get to chum, but it’s great that you met up with so many new bloggerly friends. cheers, christine (@liuliuliu / @urbanspoon)

  6. mollyparr says:

    It was wonderful seeing you as well! I hope we get to touch base for more than just a brief hello at the next event. :-)

  7. Ashleigh says:

    Nice recap! I love the first picture of you. It was great meeting you and Price!

  8. The event looks like it was a blast! I added your recap to the BostonBloggers.com site in the Events tab :)

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