MoFo TGIF Giveaway – Fun Stuff From Little Otsu

The weekend is upon us! Have you got some big cooking projects planned? We at MoFo Headquarters have been loving all the posts – from the crazy innovative stuff to the grand failures. And to thank you we plan to give you lots of prezzies! Starting with today’s giveaway from Little Otsu.

Little Otsu is a vegan-owned publisher of comics, zines, cards and books. And they don’t put out crap, either – all of their stuff is beautifully designed. Even flipping through their books makes me lazy, everyone just puts so much work into everything.

Today we’re giving away 3 giftpacks from Little Otsu, which include artist Allison Cole’s Tour Diary, along with Jennie Smith and Jessica Seaman’s postcard book. Look how beautiful they are!

Vegan companies and vegan artists, Fridays and giveaways, these are all things that make us happy. Now to enter into the contest just tell us which VeganMoFo post has made you happy this week! Post a link in the comments and tell us why you loved it, and we’ll pick three winners at random, tonight at around 6pm EST.

Please also check out Little Otsu’s site and keep them in mind for the holidays! I know I sound like an infomercial, but they have the cutest stuff that would make the bestest gifts.

Edited: Winners have been chosen!

mackenzie (sweet potato gnocchi)
Jackie Smith (Mo’s show)
and Aaron (Minneapolis)

Winners: please email VeganMoFoBlog@gmail.com with your name and address to claim your prize.

Thanks for playing everyone, and look for more giveaways soon!

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54 Responses to MoFo TGIF Giveaway – Fun Stuff From Little Otsu

  1. Nikki says:

    ALL OF THEM. I LOVE YOU. MARRY ME PLZ.

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  3. bitt says:

    This post by vegan and so forth: http://veganandsoforth.blogspot.com/2010/11/vegan-mofo-my-vegan-story-and-giveaway.html

    I loved reading about why she became vegan.

  4. kirsten says:

    http://happyveganface.blogspot.com/2010/11/vegan-mofo-day-two-unbelievably-awesome.html

    I just really like the way she writes. It makes me smile :)
    And the soup looks CRAZY GOOD!!

  5. Winnie says:

    Saw this recipe for peanut butter fudge this morning and I can’t stop thinking about it.
    http://bitemevegan.blogspot.com/2010/11/peanut-butter-fudge.html

  6. Megan says:

    My favorite so far was this post from Wing-It Vegan: http://wingitvegan.blogspot.com/2010/11/vegan-mofo-rickis-beetaroni-and-el-lend.html

    Beetaroni! Need I say more?

  7. buddhatomic says:

    Tough call, but the PPK chickpea cutlet post (http://theppk.com/2010/11/doublebatch-chickpea-cutlets/) made me very, very jolly.

  8. kspar66 says:

    I loved reading kara kara’s 4 posts from this week. Not only did she cook my fav meal ever, peanut soup, this week and make pumpkin empanadas extemporaneously, but she admits, in her oatmeal post, to being a “chronic overpourer” and is just overall a very great, very vegan blogger whom I admire.

  9. kspar66 says:

    not included above, kara kara’s blog is at http://iwilleatallthefood.blogspot.com/
    !

  10. Jackie Smith says:

    Mo’s cooking show, of course! I love that she’s following her dream. http://mobettavegan.blogspot.com/2010/11/veganmofo-iv-on-some-nerd-ish.html

  11. celyn says:

    I love this how-to kimchi post and hope it receives all kinds of love! http://reallycrabbycrafter.blogspot.com/2010/11/crabby-kimchi-pretty-easy.html

    Also, BoobertheFraggle is posting adorable drawings of what she eats every day. http://booberthefraggle.wordpress.com/2010/11/05/day-4/

  12. Lisa A. says:

    I liked the post by messyvegetariancook about a tool that can be used to organize VeganMoFo recipes that are coming at as at an incredible speed. http://www.messyvegetariancook.com/2010/11/05/organise-and-print-your-favourite-mofo-recipes-with-ease/

  13. veganmonster says:

    These apple bars from Thyme Bombe look infinitely superior to all the packaged bars

    http://thymebombe.com/2010/11/03/apple-bars-with-cinnamon-cream-cheese/

  14. kelly g. says:

    Not to sound like a shameless suckup, but I loved Isa VS The Cookiepuss (http://theppk.com/2010/11/isa-vs-the-cookiepuss/). I’m allergic to milk, and “missed out” on those kinds of processed sweet treats when I was a kid.* I didn’t even know what a Cookiepuss was before reading your post, but now I know that I MUST HAVE ONE. He will be mine. Oh yes, he will be mine. Muahahaha!

    * of course, now I’m happy I did – as it made going vegan that much easier – hence the scare quotes. yay childhood traumas!

  15. rapscallion says:

    Boots, baby! Today, I was just thinking I’d like to go shopping for some new boots and BAM – mofoers are doing all the work for me:

    http://chicvegan.com/

    http://vegansnorkeler.blogspot.com/

  16. I’m really looking forward to trying out this crazy easy sounding beer bread recipe!

    http://bitemevegan.blogspot.com/2010/11/beer-bread.html

  17. Sayward says:

    Seconding the vegan violet crumble! I’m super excited to try that one.

  18. Rachel says:

    Madcap cupcake’s posts/theme for MoFo is fantastic…baking her way through a variety of vegan cookies in preparation for the holiday cookie season!!!
    madcapcupcake.wordpress.com/

  19. Stephanie says:

    Really tough call, but probably Vegan Brew’s Veganized Vlaamse Stoofkarbonaden (Belgian “Beef” Stew). The photos are so lovely, the recipe sounds DELICIOUS, and I’m so, so jealous of his Brussels sprouts harvest! It gave me hope that maybe my incipient sprouts will turn out half as nice as his. Hopefully before the snow flies.

  20. lazysmurf says:

    Mo’s cooking video has been my favorite so far!

  21. Jes says:

    I’ve really been liking the posts over on http://awesomeveganrad.wordpress.com.

    Not just because we share the same first name…or an affinity for the word “rad.”

  22. Patty says:

    her work is awesome!!! :)

  23. Azzahar says:

    Me too, I loved Wing it Vegan’s Beetaroni. The idea is so crazy I find it appealling.

    http://wingitvegan.blogspot.com/2010/11/vegan-mofo-rickis-beetaroni-and-el-lend.html

  24. debbie says:

    Mo! Mo’s video is amazingly awesome. Someone give the girl a show http://mobettavegan.blogspot.com/

  25. Aaron says:

    Swell Vegan’s Raw Persimmon-Apple Crisp, gotta represent Minneapolis vegans!

  26. Laura says:

    Double batch of chickpea cutlets at PPK. It reminded me I need to pick up some more vital wheat gluten so I can play with more recipes: http://theppk.com/2010/11/doublebatch-chickpea-cutlets/

  27. bitsofstring says:

    i’ve had dia de los muertos on the brain all week, so i love the chocolate skull cakes!

  28. Timberly says:

    My favorite so far is HungryHungryHippies fudge and pb cups. Can never go wrong with those, but hers look soooo good!

  29. Deena says:

    This post made me happy because of the phrase “veganizing wizardry”. :)

  30. wendy says:

    i just love her excite of the upcoming month, and her pics from last year’s vegan mofo … well … it all looked dang-a-licious!
    http://www.manifestvegan.com/2010/11/vegan-mofo-begins/

  31. wendy says:

    i love her excitement of the month starting and well, her pics of last year’s vegan mofo food look, well, dang-a-licious!

  32. Margeaux says:

    The PPK chickpea cutlet post (http://theppk.com/2010/11/doublebatch-chickpea-cutlets/)! I even went to store today to by ingredients to make the dish this week!!! <3 Isa, she's fabulous.

  33. wendy saha says:

    her pics from last year’s vegan mofo make the mouth water, and i can’t wait to see what she’s got for us this year.

  34. Monday Baker says:

    I had so much fun reading this entry at Bird and Belle’s – http://birdandbelle.wordpress.com/2010/11/04/the-kitchen-nazikitchen-control-freakdon%E2%80%99t-touch-my-tomatoes/
    I think most people who love to cook can relate just a little bit to this mindset but for me it was like someone had written a post to EXACTLY describe my kitchen control issues LOL

  35. Susan Kelley says:

    I love Vegan Lazy Smurf’s exploration of the versatility of rice & beans. Cheap, healthy, tasty– it doesn’t get better than that!
    http://lazysmurf.wordpress.com/

  36. spabettie says:

    I love that I found a blog called Zombie Cats Eating Plants. LOVE it. and I want to make that bread –> http://zombiecatseatingplants.blogspot.com/2010/11/fun-with-flat-breads.html

  37. isachandra says:

    Ok great, I have randomly picked 3 winners!

    mackenzie (sweet potato gnocchi)
    Jackie Smith (Mo’s show)
    and Aaron (Minneapolis)

    Winners: please email VeganMoFoBlog@gmail.com with your name and address to claim your prize.

    Thanks for playing everyone, and look for more giveaways soon!

  38. yearinlatvia says:

    Another one for: http://veganandsoforth.blogspot.com/2010/11/vegan-mofo-my-vegan-story-and-giveaway.html

    I’ve not read a lot of the entries, but this one stood out for me, because it was like reading what I’ve been thinking for so long, she put my thoughts across so much better than I ever could.

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