Photos of the first Loaves & Fishes Supper

A massive thanks to my amazing sisters Maeve, Raedi and Daisy and honourary sister Sally Ann! And to my boyfriend Colm for taking such lovely photos and being sous chef for the night!
Also huge thanks of course to our fantastic guests for the night who really made it for us, you were all so lovely and appreciative! We all really enjoyed having you there!
Lilly x
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16 Responses to Photos of the first Loaves & Fishes Supper

  1. mise says:

    It looks full of fun and smiles and happy people! And look at those wonderful windows – I wonder whose house it is. May I put ten euros on you running your own restaurant by the summer of 2011?

  2. Jenny and Dean says:

    Thank you for a fantastic evening Lily and Co. The first Loaves and Fishes supper club was a huge success – the atmosphere, company and food were brilliant. We’re looking forward to the next one!

  3. Thanks Mise, It was lovely! I don’t know about that bet though!yikes!x
    Jenny, it was so lovely to meet you and Dean, our very 1st arrivals! Send me on your link for the Cully & Sully competition and fingers crossed for you!x

  4. Kerri says:

    Looking at the photos makes me want to do it all over again! And that pot of chocolate soup on the brew… mmm! I love the photos at the end of all of you at the end of the night. Fair play for waiting until that late to eat. Thanks again for a brilliant night.

  5. Sharon says:

    Is that aubergine from Ottolenghi’s Plenty? It looks like a recipe I’ve bookmarked! The night looks like it went excellently. Good luck for the next one!

  6. Kerri: We ate some amount of chocolate soup at the end of the night and it’s totally gorgeous with the hazelnut sourdough! Who knew!
    Sharon: I never saw your blog before! It’s gorgeous, I love the fig tart. It is the Ottolenghi aubergine from The amazing Plenty. It’s so easy to do and I’ve made it about 5 times now, lovely with herby spiced couscous!

  7. What a really lovely looking night Lily. Where was the venue? It looks so roomy and comfortable…and the cathedral-ish windows add the to the whole “Loaves and Fishes” concept =). Well done. Put me + farmer on the list for the next one please. xx

  8. TheGlutton says:

    This looks like such a fun thing to do – food looks amazing and the pics are brilliant. Love the room too.

  9. oh my goodness the room looks amazing lilly, well done! and the food too of course. looks like a lot of hard work went into it. and i cant believe you’re booked for december already! sx

  10. Indie.Tea says:

    That looks like a wonderful dinner. Everything seems so delicious and cozy.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Thank you so much, it was such a lovely evening.

    Gorgeous food and great fun!

    Ciaran, Paul, Jo

  12. Anonymous says:

    Delighted to have been at such a wonderful night with amazing hosts which exceeded all expectations. A breath of fresh air. Sister Sledge meets Sly Stone! Brian&Sinead

  13. Eimear Nic an B says:

    Where is that beautiful venue? loving the stained glass. Plus I spy a retro seventies plate that my mam has the matching tea-set of that I plan on stealing whenever I manage to clear a space to display it (pic no. ten, on the left!).

  14. John says:

    Thanks for a lovely night all. Thanks also for the doggie ba take away of the choc soup. Even nicer the next day with strawberried. John

  15. Thanks everyone for the lovely comments!
    Eimear:The china is ‘Stardust’ by Arklow pottery, it’s so seventies! I got a big load of it for a tenner, the coffee cups are such a nice size!
    John: Great idea with the strawberries! Glad they made it home in the jam jar!

  16. Oh my god, your place is huge! Fantastic, well done. If you do one in January, be nice to come

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