I’ve just experienced 3 of the most amazing days of my life, and I only have 4 photos to show for it….none of which even came from my camera.

Who in their right mind would go to BlogHer Food 2010 to see 250 of my best friends in the world and not bring a camera?

Well, apparently the same person who would wear a pig nose, the oinker on the left.

Could this possibly be the sexiest photo ever? Steamy Kitchen and The Pioneer Woman oink-kissing?

Or maybe this photo. Just as this photo was snapped, Elise grabbed Ree’s butt, Ree grabbed mine and that’s exactly how we got our party started. The Three Dorkateers.

More on the party Elise, Ree and I hosted a little later, after I scour the web for photos from the weekend.

Kisses ‘n Hugs,
Oinklicious Queen Dork.

Oh yes, P.S.

In the middle of some alleyway in San Francisco, I spy with my little eye something on the other side of this window. And because I’m only 5-foot-1-and-3/4″, Todd of White on Rice gave me a little boost. Savory Exposure thought he’d be smart and capture the incident. I have good friends like that.

Oh, are you wondering what was on the other side of the window?

You’d do the same too, right? RIGHT!!!!????

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Food for the Thoughtless: BlogHer Food, Thank You

Running With Tweezers: To San Francisco, With Love.
Hey What’s for Dinner Mom: My BlogHer Food Recap
Dessert First: A Food Weekend in Three Acts
Everyday Alice (of SavorySweetLife): BlogHer Food 10 – My Blog Conference Take Away
Everyday Alice (of SavorySweetLife): A Follow Up
What’s Gaby Cooking: BlogHer Food and San Francisco
Celiac Teen: BlogHer Food and Irish Soda Buns
White on Rice Couple: Appreciation, Speaking at BlogHer Food 2010
Use Real Butter: Something about best intentions + BlogHer Food 2010 recap
Steamy Kitchen: Oinker
Food Blogga: Nine Things I Learned at the BlogHer Food ’10 Conference
The Urban Baker: New Friends, Good Food + Dorie Greenspan
Fab Frugal Food: 10.10.10, Top 10 Highlights from BlogHer Food ’10
Fab Frugal Food: And our Number 1 Highlight from BlogHer Food: The Revelation
Picky Palate: BlogHer Food Extravaganza!
OMG Yummy: OMG! BlogHer Food
Dine and Dish: Defining Success
Fed Up with Lunch: Revelations
Two Peas and their Pod: White Bean and Artichoke Dip and BlogHer Food Recap
Panini Happy: Memorable Moments from BlogHer Food ’10
5 Second Rule: How Not to Behave at a Food Blogging Conference
Will Write for Food: BlogHer Food The Love Fest
Food Woolf: How to Go to a Food Conference
Charlie Bakes: BlogHer Food Report
Celiacs in the House: BlogHer Food 2010
The Italian Dish: BlogHer Food 2010 in San Francisco
Bay Area Bites: BlogHer Food Conference Day 1
Bay Area Bites: BlogHer Food Conference Day 2
SmithBites: Suddenly I see BlogHer Food 10
Wenderly: BlogHer Food 2010 – Spoken Through Pictures
Flavorstitch: Food on the Mind
Flavorstitch: Foodspotting Savory Scavenger Hunt – BlogHer Food
ChefDruck Musings: 9 Cheap Props Every Budding Food Blogger Needs
Strawberry Cake: my trip to SAN FRANCISCO
Reluctant Entertainer: Blog Her Food: The People, The Friendships
Multiply Delicious: BlogHer Food 2010 in San Francisco
Family Fresh Cooking: BlogHer Food 2010 – Feel the LOVE
Devour the World: BlogHer Food 2010 – The Final Event, An Event Planner’s Point of View
Deliciously Organic: Creamy Eggplant Soup and a BlogHer Food Recap
Megan’s Cookin’: San Francisco and BlogHer Food!
Barbara Bakes: Tartine Bakery Deluxe Double Chocolate Cookies
One Haute Plate: Homecoming
Mele Cotte: Autumn Spiced Oatmeal
Eat the Love: Don’t Forget the Homos!


This has absolutely nothing to do with anything other than if you love Old Spice, you’ll love this spoof by Sesame Street.

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Comments 43

  1. Lana

    Jaden, I have vicariously lived through your “adventure” via hundreds of tweets, and laughed a lot reading them. Glad you had a great time.
    That store you spied (too funny!)reminds me of something from back home in Serbia, with pork products hanging around like chandeliers:)

  2. Lizzie Longenecker

    haaaa! omg that video gave me a giggle fit.

    Those pictures are a scream. If you are Oinklicious Queen Dork, may I please be a member of your Dork Court? I’ll even be the Dork Jester!


  3. Jenny @ Musings and Morsels

    This is hilarious! I think spying on food at every corner of our eyes is very much an obsessive foodie trait – I can certainly relate πŸ™‚
    And I can’t wait to hear more about this party – it’s fantastic to be able to share any form of celebration with an enormous group of like-minded people. One of the greatest joys of bloggers would probably be that you’re connecting with greedy people from all over the world. What could be better?

  4. marla {family fresh cooking}

    That is freakin’ hilarious. I love Todd giving you that boost. Your 5’1″ & 3/4 trumps my “pushing” 5′! I would need an extra boost to get a peek at those goodies! I too took hardly any photos & need to scan those from your party & the very few others I took.
    Thanks for hosting a great party & being a super cool YOU!

    xxoo M

  5. Strawberry CAKE

    Ok that photo of you getting hoisted up to look in a window is hilarious! So something I would do, have done…. What a super fantabulous weekend…words cant express how much fun it was. You will have to check out my post today regarding my missed-adventure this weekend πŸ˜‰ silly.

    Jaden, it was great to meet you. The partAY was awesome, you are a hostess with the mostess!

    All the best!

  6. Kim in MD

    Love the photo of you and PW! Too cute! I can’t wait to read more about your weekend! πŸ™‚

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  8. Jenny Flake

    This is adorable! LOVE those pics of you ladies at the party, too cute! This was absolutely one of the best weekends ever…..and your party Saturday night was the bomb baby!! xoxox

  9. Amanda

    So, opening your blog today I was pretty sure you were going to have a full length post about that crazy girl at blogherfood (me)that was to weird to just come up and introduce herself and had to incessiently tweet about it and the eternal impact that had on your life. That you were feeling forever bonded to the self described dork and would, from this moment on, be talking about her and the sitation in depth.

    You can imagine my surprise you when posted things that were actually interesting to other people. πŸ˜‰


    Love the exploration… wish I had made it further then from the hotel to an awaiting bus!

    Thanks for all your hard work and panels.. you taught me lots!


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  12. Chris

    Does Diane know that Todd is your accomplice in your “peeping Tom” criminal activities?

    Keep wearing a snout like that and you’ll end up in a smoker;)

  13. Robyn

    It was great to see you again and honey, you know how to throw some parties! The oinker noses, bacontinis, bacon ice cream, and everything in between was sheer perfection. But your laugh has me in stitches every time I see you.

  14. jackhonky

    You know how to throw a party! It was SO amazing to meet you finally!!! Next time you come to San Francisco, you better look me up so we can hang out!

    And the pig nose. Fantastic. Be careful not to wear it around Ruhlman or you’ll end up as bacon…

    Also that photo of you clambering up the window w/Todd is just great! LOVE IT! You know how to live life to it’s fullest!!!

  15. the urban baker

    it was so great talking to you and hanging with you this weekend! all was so inspiring, humbling, exciting and I am so grateful to have this wonderful community surrounding me! loving your HP photo booth – photos. wouldn’t it be great to have one of those in our living room? xx

  16. Ellen @ I Am Gluten Free

    This years’ blogher ’10 was my first blogging conference and I loved every minute of it. I came home with a whole bevy of new friends and pages and pages of notes taken during the workshops I attended, each of was which spectacular. Your workshop about branding was really enlightening. The whole thing was just amazing. And the final party!!!! Not only unbelievable because I was one of the Kitchenaid Stand Mixer winners (as if that weren’t enough), but the food was completely gluten free and fabulous! Kudos to every single person who made blogher ’10 an immensely successful event!

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