The event allowed a fabulous group of friends/Cleveland bloggers to enjoy a food demonstration of GHT's famous steak tartare from Chef Jonathan Sawyer himself while sipping wine, stuffing our faces with pomme frites and of course enjoying coffee with our dessert.
Nescafe Dolce Gusto is a stylish single serve coffee maker that makes everything from your traditional cup 'o joe, cappuccinos, lattes and even iced coffee and tea. The machines are adorable and thanks to Nescafe Dolce Gusto the feed up attendees were able to take the Piccolo version home with us. Well, actually it was shipped home to us, tomato tomahto.
We also got to take home the following handy dandy party primer which I wish I had time to share the whole book with you because it's a gorgeous piece of design work filled with tips/tricks and recipes from all the Foodie Feed Up chefs around the country.
Nescafe Dolce Gusto machine demonstration, the famous GHT beef tartare and my caramel macchiato and buttered popcorn pot de creme - glorious.
My piccolo machine is currently happily residing in the kitchen in my office due partially to the fact that I need a latte fix around 3pm while I'm working annnnnnnnnnnnnnd because I like to bribe my team with tasty coffee treats. It's a win win situation, you guys, especially when they have so many flavor options.
My personal favorite? The chai latte with a shot of caffe lungo for an extra kick, it's TDF.
For more information on all Nescafe Dolce Gusto products feel free to check out their website, twitter and facebook page for more information.
Disclosure: I was invited to attend the Foodie Feed-Up event to learn more about Nescafe Dolce Gusto. While there, we were treated to food and a cooking demo from The Greenhouse Tavern and coffee tastings from Dolce Gusto. Additionally, every blogger was surprised with their own Dolce Gusto machine. All opinions about the coffee, event and food are 100% my own.