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Blogging by PostFollowing the fun across North America, as detailed and instigated by BakingSheet I am happy to announce the first UK/Euro version.

The process is simple. I will send you an address in which to send a small food parcel over the first weekend of August. You send out a parcel and receive one in return. What this contains is up to you, but a homemade food item is compulsory! If you can squeeze in a local product and or a regional speciality or combine all into one delicious item all the better.

If you would like to participate just email me your postal address.

Once you receive your parcel - you wont know in advance what you are getting or from whom - do a write-up on your blog (don't forget a photo) and I will compile an over-view here.
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This sounds like a Kris-Kringle except it's not Christmas yet. :lol:
Ooh, I'm getting excited now ...

whew great idea.. would love to join but I will be travelling for the months of august and september. I will be back though!

Am so excited!

What a great idea, count me in!!! :-)I'll send you a mail with my postal address!

I hope you have as much fun in Europe as we did in America. I took great pleasure in sending a jar of Marmite to Farmgirl, more pleasure than she had receiving it, I guess :)

(It's ok - I sent her lots of other goodies to make up for it and she was oterwise ecstatic)

Despite a great many people being on holiday or otherwise busy (and the relatively short notice) we have 15 bloggers signed up from five different countries (The UK, Scotland, Netherlands, France and Sweden). Its gonna be fun!

Andrew - Cheers to you for kicking this off! I can't do this month as I'm moving to a new flat and completing finals for this session of culinary school, so feel my hands are full. Please let me know when the next one is planned - I love the idea.
Todd