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The Getting:
I am woefully behind on saying “thank you” to several bloggers who have passed along some very nice awards to An Unrefined Vegan.  Angela at Canned Time & The Misfit Baker both awarded my blog the Healthy Fun Food Blogger Award.  I like being both healthy and fun.  As part of the award ceremony, I get to do some shameless plugging and share some previous recipes and I’ve selected these five:


I also get to pass along the award with other blogs that I enjoy keeping up with and that are, yes, healthy and fun.  And here are they are:

Simple Vegan Cooking
In Vegetables We Trust
Glue and Glitter
The Road Not Processed

The rules (or suggestions, as I like to think of them) are:

1. Copy the Healthy Fun Food Blogger Award logo and place it in your post.
2. Thank the person who nominated you and link back to their blog.
3. List 5 favorite fun food recipes from your site.
4. Nominate 3 (or more…) other bloggers for their own Healthy Fun Food Blogger Award, and comment on their blogs to let them know.

I also snagged a couple of Sunshine Awards –  from the aforementioned In Vegetables We Trust – and Earthgiven Kitchen – thank you, Alexander and Sarina!

The Giving:
We’re holding another giveaway on the Virtual Vegan Potluck blog – the winner gets a copy of Forks Over Knives: The Cookbook.  Click here to enter.

And…Somer at Vedged Outis giving away a copy of Lindsay Nixon’s latest cookbook, Happy Herbivore Abroad as part of a 31-day blog tour and giveaway.  Head over to Vedged Out if you’d like a chance to win a copy.  You’ll have another chance to win a copy via my blog on December 16.

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  1. Somer says:

    Yay awards! Look at those delicious recipes! I’m missing out! Thanks for the plug! xx

  2. It’s nice to be recognized by the peers ;-).

  3. Loving the look of that curry! Thank you so much for passing it on, ill get onto a thank soon!

  4. Congratulations Annie, very well deserved! And congrats to the blogs you nominated too. Food, glorious food! :-)

  5. Brittany says:

    Some well deserved awards here!! YAY! So much delicious looking treats yum to those coookies.

  6. Sarah says:

    I always appreciate it when I get nominated – it is a nice thing to be thought of :-)

  7. Becky says:

    Thank you so much for including me! I’m looking through your five recipes right now!

  8. Canned Time says:

    Reblogged this on Canned Time and commented:
    Love the blackberry cobbler. Very fun :)

  9. Bridge says:

    I feel honored! Definitely appreciatin’ the blog appreciation :). That pumpkin coconut curry sounds wonderful! I’ve been in such a curry mood lately..

  10. Starr says:

    Ha Ha! “Suggestions”, I like that :-)… and I’m loving that soup and sandwich combo! Raisin swirl bread, eh. Clever. I’ve never thought to use that kind of bread in a savory kind of way.

  11. […] am super touched that An Unrefined Vegan awarded me a Healthy Fun Food Blogger Award! Healthy and fun are definitely two things I am aiming for with my recipes, so I’m pleased as […]

  12. DeanneO says:

    Would love to win this book. Have both of her others and use them alot.

  13. Congratulations Annie!!!
    Love those recipes :-)

  14. Congratulations! It’s well-deserved. Somehow I missed the Pumpkin Coconut Curry recipe and I’m glad you decided to share that again. I’m going to try it!

  15. […] lovely Annie from an unrefined vegan nominated me for a healthy fun food blogger award! Whoohoo my first award, I feel, o so special […]

  16. Sophie33 says:

    Congrats on your well deserved awards!! yeah!!

  17. […] here to show ive not forgotten, just bit caught up in the Christmas rush. A big thank you to anunrefinedvegan for the healthy fun food blogger award nomination and to veganbellyfull and hannah at […]

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