Getting & Giving
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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:
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.
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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