In case you haven’t already heard, the final Virtual Vegan Potluck participant list is posted in all of its 169-plant-strong glory on the VVP website. It would be understandable if you merely want to gaze upon its glory, but while you’re there, please locate your blog and make sure that I have it in the correct course, in the correct part of the world and that the link works. Believe it or not, I did make a few (ahem) errors. (With extra apologies to the ever-patient, Juicy Dishes. You know what I’m talking about.)
I feel obliged at this point to remind you that you can find most of the info and help you need to prepare your VVP post on the VVP website under the handy-dandy heading How It Works. (Check out Jason’s video.) Granted, “how it works” is rather complicated, but somehow it all comes together and happiness is had by all. Once again, thank you for taking part.
I also want to remind you that when this shindig is all over, you and the millions (it could happen!) of blog readers will have the opportunity to vote for your favorite dishes by selecting the one dish per course that really struck your taste buds’ fancies. A few days post-Potluck I will have a form up on the website that should make voting easy-peasy. The goodies we’re handing out this time are:
A Vegan Cuts Snack Box
A 45-minute vegan lifestyle or career coaching session with JL of JL Goes Vegan
A box of Pomona’s Pectin + five Earth Balance coupons
An Herbivore Clothing Bigger Hearts Tote Bag
A bag of broccoli sprouting seeds from Todd’s Seeds + a VVP t-shirt
A copy of Happy Herbivore Abroad, by Lindsay Nixon
A jar of Tropical Traditions Virgin Coconut Oil
A copy of Bravo! by Chef Ramses Bravo
Wait! I’m not done yet! There’s still time to enter the Vegan Cuts Snack Box giveaway on the VVP blog. You’ll want to head over there anyway because we’re sharing Mama et de Bebe Hawk’s award-winning dessert recipe (French Silk Pie!) from the November 2012 Virtual Vegan Potluck.
Last but not least, I’m still trawling for votes for Ethical Ocean’s Eat What’s Good vegan recipe challenge. Thank you for your votes – please keep ’em coming!