It seemed like a good opportunity to promote Plough Creek Cooking School. So together with Party Cupcake form Traralgon, I agreed to “have a stall”. I must say it was a little reminiscent of my childhood days when my grandfather, mother and uncle used to have shoe stalls at various markets, like the Dandenong and Croydon Markets!! (Yes, shoes are in my blood – Pop Wood was a cobbler!! Put that together with Italian heritage and of course Debra was always going to mean “buyer of shoes”).
The brief we were sent was very thorough, straight forward and relaxed. It seemed like the folk putting this Winter Street Fair together had a “good energy” about them. I was told I could sell PCH produce and I was given a run down on some of
the other local small businesses that would be there. Or simply sell up my stall however I desired. After thinking about it, I thought it was a great way to promote the cooking school. So with lots of brochures and some freshly made PCCS mini cheese tart and zucchini slice as “happy tasting samples” I packed the car and headed ‘into town’.
was!! Was it a bee, a morphed tiger, Gollum before he lost his fur?
I would like to say that the organisation was great. Marquees, lights, generators, trestle tables and chairs were provided and
it made it very easy from my perspective to arrive and setup – WELL DONE and congratulations to the organisers.
register a lot of new names for our PCCS mailing list and there seemed to be plenty of interest in upcoming classes.