Thanks to my great friends Bianca and Nathan I am able to bring to you the behind the scenes images of Bubble Q as well as great images of the event itself.
Sandwiches being made and ingredients getting ready for the big event
Tags with each chef name to label their food for delivery at the event
The Prep work for the event was done just a couple of blocks away from the venue under the careful supervision of Chef Michael Moran and the FIU students of the School of Hospitality Management. The way it worked was that each participating chef had a group of students assigned to them to help with prep and the event itself.
Natural born leader and fantastic chef Michael Moran
Chef Moran on a TV interview
This is the first part of a couple of more blogs because there are so many great pictures it's difficult to pic a few that show you how much fun it was. All photos were taken by Nathan Valentine and you can see more of him on his blog... Thanks Nathan!
Onions being sliced and chopping fennel
See you next time with more amazing photos!
What kind of sandwiches are those? The pictures are making me hungry!!ReplyDelete
yes, these photos make me want to eat!ReplyDelete
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wow! Looks like you had an amazing time! Love the chopping onions photo.ReplyDelete
Wow, I bet the food was truly amazing with so many talented chefs there! I am hungry now! Great pics!ReplyDelete
Loving this delicious behind the scenes sneak peek!ReplyDelete
OK, now officially starving! Looks like fun!ReplyDelete
Wow! Very amazing photos!!! Good thing I just had dinner....ReplyDelete
MMM!! Love these photos! But now I'll echo the other comments & say I'm Hungry!! Your blog is delightful! xoReplyDelete
WOW you get the inside scoop ^_^ReplyDelete
LOVING the post and blog very much !
What camera are you using to take your pictures by the way (if you don't mind me asking) they are very good photos ?!
Your post reminded me how much I miss good BBQ. Yum! There's not much BBQing goin' on in the U.K. Sniff sniff...ReplyDelete
Loved, loved, loved this post. The process, that's what it's all about. And you captured it so well. Many thanks. Unbelievable images, my eyes watered when I saw that onion. :-)ReplyDelete
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Beautiful photos! Love the closeups!ReplyDelete
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