We’re in the home stretch now, with only one week of finals and schoolwork ahead, it’s just a matter of holding my breath a little bit longer before I reach the surface. My brain is rather fried, to say the least, so I still have no great words of knowledge to share, despite the overwhelming backlog of recipes I’ve begun to accumulate. All in due time, right? The summer is still far from over.
In other news, My Sweet Vegan is now available for download online, for either Kindle or iPad! I have neither, but it sounds like a pretty darn spiffy proposition. Now you can get all of the recipes for a greatly reduced price, and carry them with you to where ever you may bake!
The VegNews 2010 Veggie Awards are live, and remarkably, I have been nominated in three whole categories- Favorite Cookbook Author, Favorite Blog, and Favorite Column (My Sweet Vegan.) While I’m not deluding myself into thinking I have a chance of winning against such esteemed talents, I would still be very grateful if you wanted to cast just one vote for me, at least for this humble little blog.
Have you heard of the cookbook project, ThinkFood, that bloggers from all over have collaborated to create? Well, I was one of them! If you can’t wait for the hard copies to be available, sou can find my recipe for Superfood Fudge Pops, along with many other smart sweets and savories, on the website.
Finally, after all of this frenetic activity, I’m looking forward to a real bona fide vacation starting on the 15th; a family road trip around Europe. Posting will continue to be sporadic, but I promise to take and share as many photos along the way as possible, don’t tune out! We’ll be stopping in Weisbaden, Munich, Cochem, and Cologne in Germany, in addition to Prague, Vienna, Bratislava, and Amsterdam. Any suggestions on what to do, see, and eat?
Hope everyone else is staying happily busy as well! Sit tight for the next recipe, coming very soon!