It’s Time for Another Giveaway: More Cookbooks!!!

And we have our 2 winners!!

Asian Fusion goes to:

Crystal: Speaking of Asian, I have fallen in Korean-love with Mapilee’s Alien’s Day Out blog. She is the perfect combination of all things Asian, Arty and Vegan. My fave post of hers this week (although I am in love with all things she posts) ishttp://www.aliensdayout.com/2010/11/oh-my-life.html where she highlights the difficulty of this Vegan MoFo challenge honestly but makes up for it with so much amazing KOREAN food. Plus her rabbit bunny is sooo cute!

Becoming Vegan goes to:

Libby Patterson Smith: “I absolutely loved Yu Ming’s post on raw-bento about bibimbap! I just discovered her blog along with many others on the Vegan MoFo site and I cannot stop reading all of the wonderful vegan foodies’ dishes. Yu Ming has a fresh perspective and is a relatively new raw foodist and I love hearing about her experiences in Tokyo.
http://raw-bento.com/raw-vegan-bibimbap/
Oh my I just want to rub my face in this dish!”

Please email VeganMoFoBlog@gmail.com with your name and address. Thanks for commenting!

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Vegan MoFo keeps giving!

Attention: Newbie vegans (think Level 1 and 2) , Asian cuisine lovers, health fanatics, cookbooks addicts, and vegans with bare shelves: 2 cookbooks are up for grabs today!

Thank You to The Book Publishing Company and the authors for this donation!

First up is another copy of Asian Fusion by Chat Mingkwan. Chat’s recipes journey from Japan, India, Laos, Korea, China, Thailand, Vietnam, Burma, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Sri Lanka!

Asian Fusion

Next up is Becoming Vegan by Brenda Davis, R.D. and Vesanto Melina, M.S., R.D. Wavering on veganism? Not sure how to go about it? This book is by two experienced dietitians and discusses the health benefits of going vegan in-depth, including athletic performance and family matters.

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 two winners at random, tonight at around 4pm PST.

Please note that this is limited to folks in the domestic U.S.

Enjoy!

About jess sconé

Jess spends most of her time scheming in notebooks about life and events she’s involved with, such as Vida Vegan Con and Vegan Iron Chef, brushing crap out of her cats eyes, thinking about Muppets, reading horror fiction, and deciding what’s for dinner. She's been writing Get Sconed! since 2005, which is now located at www.comesconewithme.com
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35 Responses to It’s Time for Another Giveaway: More Cookbooks!!!

  1. virtual.jess says:

    The breakfast post!!! Because breakfast is the most important meal of the day and omgosh I could just eat breakfast all day long… and often do.

  2. MikeyLife says:

    My favorite posts always come from “Get Sconed,” this girl out of Portland.
    I hope I win a book!!!! Please!

  3. Kelly says:

    Keri from I Eat Trees posted a recipe for (and some droolicious pics of) peppermint stick ice cream. It filled me with nostalgia and pepperminty longing.

  4. Renee says:

    http://airyway.blogspot.com/2010/11/habanero-chilies-weeknight-fajitas.html

    I loved this post because I love, love, love hot chilis and just finished drying a whole bunch, then grinding them into chile powder. I can’t wait to try this tofu fajita recipe from The Airy Way.

  5. Cindy says:

    I loved the breakfast post too! http://veganmofo.wordpress.com/2010/11/17/wednesday-mofo-roundup-breakfast/
    I need ways to get my son on board going veg, and everything there looks filling, and healthy!

  6. plamarie says:

    Definately the breakfast tacos from yesterday’s post. I am craving that dish!

  7. Winnie says:

    I was happy when I came across this post because it was written by another Chicago person and it was a review of the local brand of cookies I love!

    http://veganfriction.blogspot.com/2010/11/one-cookie-to-rule-them-all.html

  8. I absolutely loved Yu Ming’s post on raw-bento about bibimbap! I just discovered her blog along with many others on the Vegan MoFo site and I cannot stop reading all of the wonderful vegan foodies’ dishes. Yu Ming has a fresh perspective and is a relatively new raw foodist and I love hearing about her experiences in Tokyo.
    http://raw-bento.com/raw-vegan-bibimbap/
    Oh my I just want to rub my face in this dish!

  9. lazysmurf says:

    So many! I am going with Vegan in the Sun’s post from today about Bajan Vegan Macaroni Pie, I bet I will have a dream about it http://caribbeanvegan.wordpress.com/2010/11/18/now-everyone-can-eat-their-piebajan-vegan-macaroni-pie/

  10. Krista says:

    http://babeinsoyland.com/?p=773

    I loved this recipe because I’m always looking for new uncomplicated weekend breakfast ideas. I often eat the same tofu scramble dish. It’ll be great to try something new!

  11. MacKenzie says:

    I’m very excited about these Vegan Buckeyes: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ManifestVegan/~3/eIZls1ubOhA/
    I have no idea what they’re going to taste like, but I’m pretty sure they’re going to be awesome (and pretty!).

  12. Taymer says:

    Emmy’s Pepperpot made me happy
    http://gourmetcaravan.blogspot.com/2010/11/pepperpot-stew-with-spillers-dumplings.html
    I want to cook authentic Asian cuisine

  13. Carla says:

    I really liked Taymer’s post about Macaroni Pie! I’ve seen non spicy versions and can’t wait to give hers a try. I love pasta, so that makes me happy!
    Would love to win the Asian Fusion book!

  14. Lacey says:

    The breakfast post was my favorite! I’m always ready for a good breakfast. :o)

  15. I have loved some of the post from I Eat Trees in addition to that Feisty Vegan. I am a new vegan and they all have been great. How do I narrow myself to one. I Eat Trees with burgers and Potato Squashers.

  16. KaraHadley says:

    Dreamin’ It Vegan’s biscotti recipe makes me super happy. I’ve been craving biscotti like no other lately, so this will certainly be make very soon.

  17. ChickPea says:

    With out a doubt……
    http://veganmofo.wordpress.com/2010/11/15/vegan-mofo-round-up-15-nice-as-pie-and-other-stories/ ! I mean, c’mon, Who doesn’t LOVE pie!!!!

  18. Thomi says:

    Kittee’s post on pudla because I’d been wondering if there was any type of xgfx Indian bread
    http://kitteekake.blogspot.com/2010/11/pudla-get-in-my-belly.html

  19. Kspar66 says:

    I just discovered coldandsleepy cooks this week and think that his post about market day was so extensive and well-documented, greaat food pics and great narration about his and his little tyke’s reactions to everything. I was also reminded that I looove japanese persimmons.

  20. Crystal says:

    Speaking of Asian, I have fallen in Korean-love with Mapilee’s Alien’s Day Out blog. She is the perfect combination of all things Asian, Arty and Vegan. My fave post of hers this week (although I am in love with all things she posts) is http://www.aliensdayout.com/2010/11/oh-my-life.html where she highlights the difficulty of this Vegan MoFo challenge honestly but makes up for it with so much amazing KOREAN food. Plus her rabbit bunny is sooo cute!

  21. Steph says:

    the post that made me happiest is the super fudge brownies from not a bunny. i recently have embarked on a vegan journey and the hardest part for me is baking. how will i enjoy cakes, cookies and brownies the same? i have found my answer!!!

  22. I’ve enjoyed Cupcake Kitteh’s “Eat Around the World” posts for Veganmofo. Today’s post is on food from Qatar.
    http://cupcakekitteh.blogspot.com/2010/11/veganmofo2010-eat-world-challenge-qatar.html

  23. Adina M. says:

    http://veganmofo.wordpress.com/2010/11/17/veganmofo-roundup-check-out-the-greenery/

    This post made me happy because I LOVE soup but it is difficult to find a really good cheesy or creamy vegan soup, and I can’t wait to make it with the cold months happening now :) Also I love the name of the blog – Seitanic Squirrel, genius!

  24. Elisabeth says:

    A tea part posted by Mo
    http://mobettavegan.blogspot.com/2010/11/veganmofo-iv-momos-first-tea-party.html
    It was soooo freaking adorable and cute! It gave me an idea for my own post about vegan honey.

  25. vegmers says:

    I’m not usually a big fan of fake meats, but Snarky Vegan’s post about her pastrami reuben peaked my interest:

    http://snarkyvegan.wordpress.com/2010/11/17/vegan-mofo-pastrami-reuben-with-special-sauce/

  26. Tiffany says:

    Andrea’s post about some very decadent-sounding chocolate made me smile (because I love me some dark chocolate mmmmm): http://cookeasyvegan.blogspot.com/2010/11/intemperantia-pave-glace.html

  27. I loved Becoming Vegan: the authors know what they’re talking about and are not afraid to show the nutritional loopholes of veganism either.

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