And the lucky winner of a copy of Living Candida-Free is….. Tara! Tara, please email me your current address and we’ll get a copy of the book on the way to you. Thanks to all who entered. I highly recommend … Continue reading
How messy do YOU get in the kitchen? Nothing personal, it happens to the best of us. Between the pomegranates that make you look like you committed a murder, to the Kitchenaid mixer that gets batter on the ceiling, there … Continue reading
For those in Southern CA, I wanted to let you know of this wonderful upcoming event! ________________________________________ Zoetic ~ this wildly popular vegan pop-up dinner series returns to Los Angeles with a visually stunning 5-course meal that will satisfy vegans and non-vegans alike. … Continue reading
One of the things that non-vegans often say they dislike the most is when vegans get all “preachy”. Personally, I disagree that telling the truth is preaching, but that’s a whole other topic. But vegans can still educate others and help … Continue reading
This past weekend, I had the honor of catering the food and cake for the wedding of some dear friends, who have a really wonderful love story. Bala & Priya met on July 23, 2004 in Moscow. Bala was on … Continue reading
Vegan in Paris… sounds like an oxymoron, doesn’t it? But nope…. the land of cheese and croissants also does vegan pretty well. Last month I was in Europe to teach some vegan cooking classes in Germany and Denmark and found … Continue reading
I recently spent 3 weeks in Europe, half of it working and half of it playing. The trip was anchored by 2 weekends of programs, in Germany and Denmark, and the time in the middle I spent in Paris and London. … Continue reading
Have you ever noticed how many times during the year people have the chance to “start anew”? Seriously… we have the calendar New Year on January 1 (which is a solar year, based on the length of time it takes … Continue reading
We’re now in the midst of that time of year when we are surrounded by the most food ~ Halloween through New Year’s, with its abundance of parties and social gatherings. Really, I think we should be surrounded by food … Continue reading
Happy Diwali! ~ which begins this weekend. Diwali is the Festival of Lights and marks the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and the light of inner knowledge over ignorance. It is celebrated with fireworks and lights, and people also clean house and light lamps to invite the presence of Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and abundance, into their homes. For many in the Hindu community, it is the New Year, and a perfect time to reevaluate one’s priorities, making changes if needed to be on the right path in life.
And during this week, entries have been coming in to win a copy of Vegan Richa’s Vegan Diwali Sweets ebook! It’s been fun to read everyone’s comments and see all of the entries.
And the winner is ~ Nikki!
Nikki, please check your email for the e-book.
And everyone else can go here to purchase a copy. Remember, Richa’s husband is matching the income from it, and all funds go to help animals in need after the recent cyclone in India, so in addition to all of the wonderful recipes, you’re helping the animals!