February 25, 2016

Meet Alicia from The Foodie’s Colouring Book Plus… A GIVEAWAY!

Meet Alicia Freile - A blog post about the person behind 'The Foodies Colouring Book' by Anna Johnston. www.shenannagans.com

The ‘Meet….’ series gives you a glimpse into the inner workings of some of my all time fave peeps, cheffing superheroes and foodie friends. I ask the same ten questions and you get their heartfelt responses.

As an adult, I can eat ice-cream for breakfast and legally drink (which is pretty rad) but sometimes….. CONFESSION….. I just want to colour! 

Active meditation, relaxation and de-stressing are the buzz words folk use to explain this super trend, and friends, I agree. I am not one of those reckless free styling doodlers, so books with complex, incredibly detailed scenes that often take hours to finish are perfect for this Derwent pencil wielding perfectionist. Enter….. The Foodie’s Colouring Book, this beauty includes a combination of some of my very favourite things – Food, Recipes and Colouring. The pages are filled with delicious foods that you get to decide how the finished product looks, beautiful recipes that include coloured pictures, culinary quotes, a quiz, chatty cooking advise and interesting facts about food too. The art is fun, kind of cartoonish, and there is a variety of complex and simple pictures for whatever mood you are in too. 

Wanna know more? Check out my cheeky interview with Alicia Freile, the designer and co-author of The Foodie’s Colour Book, and be sure to enter the competition to go in the draw to win The Foodie’s Colouring Book Poster Pack that includes 2 giant posters, 3 small posters to colour and display + bonus recipes to cook. 

Meet Alicia Freile - A blog post about the person behind 'The Foodie's Colouring Book' by Anna Johnston. www.shenannagans.com

What inspired you to create The Foodie’s Colouring Book? 

The co-author of The Foodie’s Colouring Book, Jess Lomas, and I had worked on countless cookbooks together over the years. She’s an editor and author, while I am a designer and ‘sometimes’ author. As the buzz surrounding adult colouring books escalated, we discussed wanting to work on an adult colouring book together and quickly recognized that there was no colouring book in the market dedicated solely to food, dining, and culinary pursuits. So we jumped on our idea fast, pitched it to our publisher (Wilkinson Publishing in Melbourne), hired up-and-coming  illustrator Haylea Bridle to create the artwork, and suddenly, the book was underway!

Tell us a little about your foodie journeys, are you a chef by trade? Do you work professionally in kitchens or the food industry? Professional eater? 

I’m not a chef or even close, though I have had my share of restaurant jobs over the years. To be honest, none of them kept me too long. I have an unfortunate tendency to drop things, walk into walls carrying trays of food, and generally wreak havoc in the kitchen.

However, I have worked as a book designer focusing on cookbook design for  about 18 years and I absolutely love it. I’ve gotten to design a huge variety of cookbooks for the Australian, UK, NZ and US markets and I feel I’m the luckiest designer around to get to do this. Some books include the New York Times bestselling Sneaky Chef series, James Beard Award Winner ¡Ceviche!, Martyna Angell’s The Wholesome Cook, Craft Beer and Food, The Cast-Iron Skillet Cookbook, and so many more. 

Meet Alicia Freile - A blog post about the person behind 'The Foodie's Colouring Book' by Anna Johnston. www.shenannagans.com

Does your signature dish or favourite foods feature? If yes, what are they?

I’m a very keen baker, and definitely made sure we had a lot of desserts featured in The Foodie’s Colouring Book. However, the book does feature a full-colour recipes section, with photos, all of which are courtesy of my talented co-author Jess Lomas. I asked her if her favourite recipe made the book and she answered with an emphatic YES! She points to the ‘Let’s Date Cake’ which is super-simple and quick to make, yet a real crowd-pleaser!

Meet Alicia Freile - A blog post about the person behind 'The Foodie's Colouring Book' by Anna Johnston. www.shenannagans.com

Do you do the cooking at home?

I split the cooking duties with my husband who, honestly, is a much better cook than I am. However, I handle all of the baking at home and that includes all of our bread… I make two artisan crusty loaves every week. Plus I’ll make a cake, quickbread, or crumble or two per week to satisfy the sweet cravings.

Meet Alicia Freile - A blog post about the person behind 'The Foodie's Colouring Book' by Anna Johnston. www.shenannagans.com

When you just want to make something simple, quick, and delicious, what do you prepare?

Homemade pizza! I make whole-wheat crust and New York style sauce (stored in the freezer for quick use) plus a good selection of vegetables, a few herbs, and mozzarella to top it off. Meet Alicia Freile - A blog post about the person behind 'The Foodie's Colouring Book' by Anna Johnston. www.shenannagans.comWhat is your fave breakfast?

Avocado on toast, plus a smoothie jam-packed with fruit, oats and Greek yogurt. And coffee. Always coffee…

What are your go to places in Canberra for an excellent foodie experience? 

I love Rubicon for a really nice dinner out, Sweet Bones for my cupcake fix, King O’Malley’s for great pub food, and Grease Monkey for an epic burger!

What is your favourite page in The Foodie’s Colouring Book? And why? 

Meet Alicia Freile - A blog post about the person behind 'The Foodie's Colouring Book' by Anna Johnston. www.shenannagans.comI’d have to say I have two favourites. One is the donuts page and it’s a favourite for me because it’s intricate and can be made so bright and colourful. The donuts are a mixed variety but do repeat after a while, so you achieve that ‘zen colouring experience’ that people seem to love in this popular hobby.

Meet Alicia Freile - A blog post about the person behind 'The Foodie's Colouring Book' by Anna Johnston. www.shenannagans.com

The other favourite is the Freak Shakes page, which is actually called Monster Shakes in the book, as we already had something for F (and the book is in A-Z format). These shakes are just so intriguing, you can’t look away… and they are great fun to colour! I like that we were able to get a Canberra icon into this book, and even better that the Freak Shakes phenomenon is spreading overseas. I’ve had several American friends share news of Freak Shakes on their side of the pond lately… it’s gaining momentum and that is exciting to see.

If you were stranded on a desert island and could only bring three things, what would they be and why?

Coffee, because I love it (and if I don’t have it I get a wicked headache). A copy of The Foodie’s Colouring Book, and a set of coloured pencils… because let’s face it, I’ll have some time to kill on that island!

If you were to invite a famous person to your house for a meal (any meal) — who would it be, what would you prepare, and why?

Oh, how intimidating! Well, I’m going to choose someone who is no longer with us. Author Peg Bracken of The I Hate to Cook Book, which is one of the most hilarious things I have ever read and has some really fun recipes. I just adore her book, even though I don’t hate to cook… it’s a great social commentary on the lives of American women in the late 1950s and early 1960s. What would I prepare for her? An Australian lamb roast, of course… because who can resist Aussie lamb?!

Enter to WIN 1 of 3 The Foodie’s Colouring Book Poster Pack that includes 2 giant posters, 3 small posters to colour and display + bonus recipes to cook!
***** You can enter every day until the competition closes *****


Ala S.
Beck D.
Elissa S.

The Foodie’s Colouring Book and The Foodie’s Colouring Posters are found in most newsagents across Australia and New Zealand. Also in some Dymocks flagship locations in the bigger cities. In the US, books and poster packs are available at Barnes & Noble and Sam’s Club. In the UK, they are available at WH Smith and Tesco. You can purchase The Foodie’s Colouring Book online herehere and here. And The Foodie’s Colouring Posters herehere and here  

I’d love to know, have you joined the adult colouring craze? And if you could turn any food into an illustration to colour, what would it be?

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shenANNAgans is Anna Johnston, a 30 - something Aussie gal with an unwavering passion for the Hospitality industry. I love the quirky and unusual, designing events, travelling far and wide and eating food from all around the world. I am coffee blooded, a craft beer enthusiast, wine drinking yogi who enjoys writing about her adventures.

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Jem @ Lost in Utensils - March 31, 2016 Reply

I think I need to get colouring! It’s cheap therapy 🙂 Beautiful book and concept.

    Anna - March 31, 2016 Reply

    It’s awesome, I am particularly fond of my foodie colouring book, it is beautiful and relaxing annnnnd you score a picture maybe worth framing for the wall. 🙂

From the Tree to Me – Crispy Caramel Cups - March 28, 2016 Reply

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Ala - March 4, 2016 Reply

Wait, this is SO COOL! Thanks for sharing this with us, Anna–seriously, best things ever rolled into a coloring book?!?! You’re a gem! <3

    Anna - March 6, 2016 Reply

    Oh I just l<3ve your enthusiasm Miss Ala. 🙂 I am so pleased you love this foodie colouring book, fingers crossed your name gets drawn out and I can send you a poster pack. Hope you are well lovely one. Mwah! xo

Hannah - March 3, 2016 Reply

Colouring is the best!
However I have avoided the adult craze and stuck with A2 Disney Princess murals i got from 24hr Kmart a few years back.
2am colouring cravings anyone??? No?

A food I’d like to colour… I don’t know… I think I’d get too hungry…

    Anna - March 3, 2016 Reply

    Isnt it just?! I love colouring, although not a huge fan of the kids stuff, much prefer the intricate, detailed stuff.
    My 2am craft cravings now include knitting. Yeasss!

John/Kitchen Riffs - March 3, 2016 Reply

The Foodie Coloring Book? I’m in! Sounds like a ton of fun. And speaking of which, really fun interview, too. Thanks for the intro to Alicia.

    Anna - March 3, 2016 Reply

    It is SO MUCH FUN, John. I started colouring my foodie book on the weekend, such a great way to relax, and I am creating something to potentially frame and display as artwork in my home. Boom!

    Glad you enjoyed the interview!

Maureen | Orgasmic Chef - March 2, 2016 Reply

I bought my mother-in-law some colouring books for Christmas and within a week, nearly everyone in the nursing home was colouring in somewhere. They love it. Joan’s colouring is usually monochrome — why bother changing the marker. I suspect that once she gets the pen in her hand going the right way, she doesn’t want to risk colouring ink side up. 🙂

    Anna - March 3, 2016 Reply

    Hahaha… I love this comment SO dang much! What a treat that the entire nursing home are in on the colouring fad. 🙂 And why stop if you are onto a good thing right? 🙂

kris - March 2, 2016 Reply

Awesome idea. I haven’t done a colouring in book for a very long time now. Really quirky idea, but I love it.
Wonderful post. Thanks for sharing.

    Anna - March 2, 2016 Reply

    Isn’t it just the best idea ever?! 🙂
    I didn’t know you did the colouring in thing, bet Audrey Joan would dig a copy. Yeas!
    Glad you enjoyed.

Becky Burns - March 2, 2016 Reply

Food and Coloring…what a combination. Instead of eating all that food, I can color it and still enjoy the food. 🙂

    Anna - March 2, 2016 Reply

    Totally agree Becky! It’s a standout combo huh? All the food without the calories. Lol! 🙂

debbie - March 2, 2016 Reply

Mot sure about this.. On a very strict diet.. Ah, what the heck coloring the great foodie pics doesn’t add calories….O does it. I think I’ll risk it.

    Anna - March 2, 2016 Reply

    This is the perfect way to enjoy all the food and not have to worry about calories, its the ultimate diet food. 🙂

krystle cook - March 2, 2016 Reply

My niece would love this coloring book. She’s into drawing and coloring. Got her very similar ones for Christmas last year.

    Anna - March 2, 2016 Reply

    AWESOME your niece is into drawing and colouring, it sure is one of the cooler crazes to sweep the world. 🙂

Reid - March 1, 2016 Reply

The adult colouring books have really swept the nation as of late. I really like this actually. I love the story and motivation behind it. The book looks sweet.

    Anna - March 2, 2016 Reply

    They totally have huh, Reid! I love this craze so much, and yes, the story behind The Foodies Colouring Book is super lovely, and yep…. the book is totally sweet, especially the amazing recipes included.

Amer - March 1, 2016 Reply

first of all lovely pictures. I love this book. I need to have it.

    Anna - March 2, 2016 Reply

    I am so pleased you enjoyed the post Amer. 🙂 And fingers crossed your name gets drawn so you can win a poster pack.

Pamela @ BFG - March 1, 2016 Reply

I have never wanted to color in donuts so bad in my life! I love this idea, thanks for introducing me to this foodie coloring book! 🙂

    Anna - March 2, 2016 Reply

    Hahahaha! That is brilliant Pamela. 🙂 I do hope you entered the comp, it’d be great to be able to send you a poster pack for your colouring enjoyment.

Miranda - March 1, 2016 Reply

I like to make a quick curry chicken with rice when I want to be fast and yummy in the kitchen.

    Anna - March 2, 2016 Reply

    That is TOTES a go to feed in my house too. Good luck Miranda. 🙂

Kirsty - February 29, 2016 Reply

Ooooo colouring in rocks! I have a ‘pattern’ colouring in book, AND I bought a brand new packet of textas (so retro). But colouring in food would be fun, and could lead to framing and displaying of said coloured in masterpieces.

    Anna - March 2, 2016 Reply

    It does, it really does. 🙂 I don’t know that I have met a texta colourist before, a little rogue for my liking, but all respect to you confident, stay in the line retro types. Lol!

    Yeah, I am working away on my colouring book so that it can be a pretty coffee table feature. Its fun!

Serina aka Ms Frugal Ears - February 29, 2016 Reply

That looks so beautiful – the ‘Let’s Date Cake’ sounds fabulous. Thank you for sharing.

    Anna - February 29, 2016 Reply

    It is a lovely book, I am very much enjoying colouring it too. 🙂
    And yes to ‘Let’s Date Cake’.
    Glad you enjoyed.

Beck @ Golden Pudding - February 29, 2016 Reply

I haven’t joined the craze myself, though I’ve eyed off my daughters books :). But I love the idea of a food themed one 🙂

    Anna - February 29, 2016 Reply

    If you’ve been eyeing off your daughters colouring books, I bet you’d love this one. 🙂

Elissa - February 29, 2016 Reply

I haven’t joined the colour craze . . . yet.

    Anna - February 29, 2016 Reply

    That yet….. sounds like you could be persuaded to get your colour onnnnn! 🙂 Especially a foodie colouring book, right?

Julie Syl Kalungi - February 29, 2016 Reply

As an Artistic spirit I ma into colouring an we do a bit with my children…So this colouring book is up my SON’s street as We do most colouring with him as part of his Art and Design hobby and homework 🙂 He is so gonna love it! Is is in UK?

    Anna - February 29, 2016 Reply

    That is fantastic Julie! And super cool your son is into it too, it was only a hobby when I was growing up, so it’s very cool that you incorporate it into his homework too. 🙂 That would certainly encourage me to get my work done too.
    It is available in the UK at WH Smith and Tesco.

imani - February 29, 2016 Reply

OMG! For those (of us) with e.d. these books would be gold, I think, in sharing our reactions to food(s).

My foods would probably be trippy colors to express how eating makes me feel, internally. ✨

    Anna - February 29, 2016 Reply

    There are plenty of pages that would totally work with your trippy colour scheme, and it sure is a rad way to share how you think the food should be presented. 🙂

Bismah - February 28, 2016 Reply

This would make a cute gift idea for those who enjoy to cook. I would really enjoy coloring the donut page as I love to bake and decorate with lots of different colors.

    Anna - February 29, 2016 Reply

    Oh yes, I have added them to my gift list for my foodie friends too Bismah. 🙂
    And the donut page is a popular one, I do hope you win a copy so you can get your donut colour on.

Tim UrbanDuniya - February 27, 2016 Reply

Oh I love this! I’ve heard so much about colouring and how it’s great for mindfulness – I would love to try it some time! And colouring food – I can make it look even more beautiful than it already is! 😀

    Anna - February 29, 2016 Reply

    It’s FUN huh, Tim! 🙂 Yes, they say many excellent things about colouring and I tend to agree, when I colour, I do find my mind stops racing and I can really just enjoy being in that moment. 🙂 Good luck my friend, if you win, we can totes have a coffee and colouring date. 🙂

Rosemary - February 27, 2016 Reply

How cool to see this adult coloring trend hit the foodie space. Very interesting to read the interview and how this came about. Hope the books will be available in the U.S. soon. Brilliant idea 🙂

    Anna - February 29, 2016 Reply

    Isn’t it totally fabulous Rosemary! Especially a food themed colouring book, makes my heart happy. 🙂 You can purchase the book in the US at Barnes & Noble and Sam’s Club.

Nayrha - February 27, 2016 Reply

So when I met up with my bestie a few weekends ago, she had a colouring book that she was coloring in and told me that I had to give her 30 uninterrupted minutes of coloring LOL. I’m going to share this post with her, because I’m sure she’d love it!

    Anna - February 29, 2016 Reply

    Hahahaha! That is brilliant! 🙂
    What did you do while she coloured?
    Hope your pal enjoys the post too.

Michelle Gwynn Jones - February 27, 2016 Reply

I use coloring books all the time, not sure why we needed adult ones when the children ones are so much fun and many of them come with stickers :))

    Anna - February 29, 2016 Reply

    That’s brilliant! And agreed, some of the kids ones are indeed pretty rad, but this foodie one, among the best I have come across.

Becky - February 27, 2016 Reply

Adult coloring AND food!!! Sign me up!! I love both!!

    Anna - February 29, 2016 Reply

    Becky, we be soul sistas! 🙂 🙂

Norma Chang - February 27, 2016 Reply

Adult coloring book never appealed to me but this Foodie’s Colour Book turns me on, will check to see if it is available where I am.

    Anna - February 27, 2016 Reply

    If you were not into adult colouring books before Norma, I have a sneaking suspicion this fabulous foodie colouring book might just change your mind. Hope you can find a copy over your way, it is available at a number of outlets in the US. 🙂

Nadia - February 27, 2016 Reply

I haven’t bought an adult colouring book but I have toddlers… so I have been known to colour in a few princesses and trains! It is very relaxing and really quite satisying when it’s complete. Love the idea od a foddie colouring book. Stuff adults – my daughter would love it. She is my constant companion in the kitchen! We could ‘cook’ what’s on the page and then colour the page while we wait for it to cook!

    Anna - February 27, 2016 Reply

    Oh Nadia, you are one amazing woman, and how lucky is your daughter to score you as her Momma. I love that you both hang out in the kitchen and YEASSSS…. Cooking what is on the page and colouring while you wait for it to cook is a flippin BRILL idea. 🙂

Evelyne CulturEatz - February 27, 2016 Reply

This is very cool! I have a couple of them already, more Zen themed, a food one is a great idea!

    Anna - February 27, 2016 Reply

    Totally is huh Evelyne! 🙂 Yeah, I have a couple of the ‘zen’ themed colouring books, also in possession of one filled with beautiful famous men called Colour Me Swoon. 🙂 Thats a lot of fun. But hands down, the foodie book wins. 🙂

Lauren - February 27, 2016 Reply

I love colouring books too but didn’t now a foodie one existed – how exciting!

    Anna - February 27, 2016 Reply

    Yeah, me either until I came across this beauty Lauren. 🙂 I can’t wait to get my colour onnnnnnn.

Ana O - February 27, 2016 Reply

You’re never too old to colour!

    Anna - February 27, 2016 Reply

    Hahaha…. Yes, I totally agree. 🙂

victoria - February 27, 2016 Reply

While I love to color, I haven’t bought an adult colouring book yet. And I’d love to see some amazing cake as an illustration to colour. I love the idea of this book, plus I love food, so what a great combo! Thanks for sharing!

    Anna - February 27, 2016 Reply

    Yes, colouring cake would be super fun, especially a cake that was loaded with fruit or sugar flowers so you could use a broad spectrum of colours. And I couldn’t agree more, it is a super combo. Glad you enjoyed. 🙂

Denise Browning@From Brazil To You - February 27, 2016 Reply

I’d love to have at least one of those coloring books. I have found coloring quite relaxing over the years and would be absolutely thrilled to color my fave subject. What a clever idea she had! Congrats, Alicia!

    Anna - February 27, 2016 Reply

    It’s a wonderful way to unwind huh, Denise. 🙂 And I actually have never come across a colouring book that like you say, features my favourite subject. Fingers crossed you win a pack and The Foodie’s Colouring Book is on a plane to Brazil. xo

Eileen | The Food Avenue - February 26, 2016 Reply

I love adult colouring in books! Event better that it’s food-related! 😀

    Anna - February 27, 2016 Reply

    Couldn’t agree more Eileen. 🙂

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella - February 26, 2016 Reply

Hehe the colouring in thing isn’t really me (traumatic memories of colouring outside the lines and being denied lunch) but hey if it helps people relax why not! 😀

    Anna - February 27, 2016 Reply

    Oh no, I must make contact with the person that caused you that traumatic experience, denied lunch for outside lines is extreme. 🙁 You should send an entire book loaded with outside the lines colouring, it’d give that person a heart attack. Lol!

Mabel Kwong - February 26, 2016 Reply

This is such a great interview with Alicia, Anna. Food colouring books. How creative and from the coloured pages, those are some intricate designs and the way the food ultimately looks is up to us and what colour pencils we choose to use 😀 I used to colour quite a lot as a kid, and I loved Disney coloring books. The bigger the pages, the better!

Like Alicia, my favourite breakfast is avocado on toast. But these days there’s an avocado shortage and they are so expensive, so less the of that for me in the mornings 😀

Hope you are well, big sis. Lots and lots of hugs your way <3

    Anna - February 27, 2016 Reply

    I love that you enjoyed the interview Miss Mabel. 🙂
    Yeah…. It’s cool that you get to play ‘chef’ via pencil with the colours and the presentation of the pages huh?!
    How fabulous, I was (still am) a Disney colourist too. When we catch up, add colouring to our list of things we must do.
    Avocado on toast is the business, especially with a spread of vegemite, trust me… its GOOD!
    I am super, have a happy weekend my fave little sis. Big hugs and all my love.

Mandy - February 26, 2016 Reply

Hello sweet Anna. What a lovely interview and as for the colouring, well I stay away because I would do nothing else!
Have a beautiful and happy weekend hon.
🙂 Mandy xo

    Anna - February 27, 2016 Reply

    MANDY!!!! Oh I have missed you, biiiiiig hugs and loves. xoxo
    Haha, a true colourist. Lol! Wishing you a fabulous and happy weekend too.

Krista - February 26, 2016 Reply

Simple, quick, and delicious? Quesadillas. 🙂 They’re so easy to make and always, always tasted good. 🙂 What a beautiful book!

    Anna - February 27, 2016 Reply

    YEAS…. I love quesadilla too. Thanks for the idea, totally adding them on my quick and simple eats list. And yes, the book is beautiful. 🙂

Rosemarie of Travel and Beyond - February 26, 2016 Reply

I am beginning to think I should start colouring, especially if its colouring in food!

    Anna - February 26, 2016 Reply

    Colouring is most relaxing Rose, although maybe if you are colouring food it would make you hungry and craving what ever you are intently looking at.

Tandy I Lavender and Lime - February 26, 2016 Reply

What a great interview. I think coffee would also be an essential desert island ingredient as you can also use it as a spice

    Anna - February 26, 2016 Reply

    Thanks HEAPS Tandy! Glad you enjoyed. I thought the foodie colouring book was a freakin brilliant idea and just quietly, I am beyond excited to get cracking on my book. 🙂
    Agreed about the coffee, although maybe Alicia was thinking she would be on an island that has coffee a plenty. Lol!

Paula McInerney - February 26, 2016 Reply

These are amazing colouring books. My nieces who are millennial business women, love these.

    Anna - February 26, 2016 Reply

    Yeah, I am loving my copy of the colouring book very much.
    Yes, the colouring craze really is a BIG deal huh. Be sure to tell your nieces to stop by if they want to go in the draw to win the poster pack. 🙂

Sheila - February 26, 2016 Reply

Looks like a great book!

    Anna - February 26, 2016 Reply

    It’s a BEAUTIFUL book, made even more special when you have coloured it in. 🙂
    Thanks for stopping by Sheila. Appreciate the comment and good luck.

Elias - February 26, 2016 Reply

Great post Anna! I loved the idea of a food colouring book so much I bought one for my oldest daughter and she loves it too! it’s a great mix of arty fun and foodie recipes and information. Thanks for sharing 🙂

    Anna - February 26, 2016 Reply

    AWESOME Elias! That is fantastic. How is her colouring coming along? I cant wait to start in on my copy too.
    Perfectly explained and thank you for stopping by, appreciate it muchly. 🙂

Susan - February 26, 2016 Reply

Well there you go!! I didn’t know “Colouring” was a thing for big kids. Great idea & great read ShenANNAgans.

    Anna - February 26, 2016 Reply

    Yup…. all the cool big kids are getting their colour on! 🙂
    Brilliant idea huh and I am so pleased you enjoyed.

Liz Posmyk (Good Things) - February 26, 2016 Reply

Thank you for the introduction to Alicia, jess and the colouring in book. What fun! xx

    Anna - February 26, 2016 Reply

    My lovely friend, thank you for stopping by to say G’Day. I couldn’t agree more, this book is totally FUN! 🙂 Mwah. xo

Sarah - February 26, 2016 Reply

step 1) take an awesome weekend like your’s, step 2) steal your adorable dog, step 3) acquire this foodie coloring book. Basically I want your life 😉

    Anna - February 26, 2016 Reply

    1) Dooooooo it!
    2) No, but you are totes welcome to visit and have all the cuddles with Little Chef, he loves cuddles.
    3) Blog comments count, so The Foodie’s Colour Book poster pack may just be in your near future.

    Have a brill day Sarah. 🙂

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