And the winners have been chosen!
Asian Fusion: Heather “This post made me smile because theres a beautifully drawn “X” over the cooking failure. Though I’m not sure how anything with chickpeas could be considered not delicious.
Speed Vegan: Megan “http://ieattrees.com/vegan-deli-tempeh-pecan-salad/
Keri’s post from Vegan Deli made me happy. Big time ”
Local Bounty: Susannah
“Actually, this post is my favorite! As a new vegan, I’m still trying to get a feel for creative dinners. I’m tired of beans and every night! I love my vegetables but have always paired them with meat. I would be so excited to win these cookbooks and be able to cook for friends and family, to show them that vegan food is healthier and tastier than the meat they are eating! ”
Local Bounty: Bitt
“This mofo post from almost vegan made me happy this week:
I love reading about her adventures in vegan culinary school.”
Please email VeganMoFoBlog@gmail.com with your name and address. Thanks for commenting!
Because who reading this doesn’t want more and more and more vegan cookbooks? I’d hang out in a cookbook walled fort, absolutely.
So, it’s once again time to celebrate just how wonderful VeganMoFo is with a mighty fine giveaway – 4 books! Thank you, authors and publishers!
Here’s what’s up today:
I hadn’t heard of this before the giveaway, and after reading the description, I want it. Homemade curry pastes, spicy noodles and culinary odysseys! That’s what I want in a vacation and a cookbook.
Speed Vegan by Alan Roettinger
Quickly prepared Egyptian Eggplant? Pimiento Soup with Vermouth? Chocolate Pots de Crème? Heck yeah.
All vegan recipes for all seasons. TWO copies of this are up for grabs for TWO lucky MoFoers.
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 four winners at random, tonight at around 6pm EST.