It’s time to sign-up for the May 11 Potluck!
Head over to the Virtual Vegan Potluck website where the sign-up form is now available – and then dust off your cookbooks, unearth the pots and pans and start cooking! I’m pleased once again to have the invaluable help and support of the totally Vedged Out Ms. Somer and head Veganaut, Mr. Jason. And – no Potluck would be complete without our hostess-with-the-mostess, Ms. Lidia of Vegan Bloggers Unite!
I know you don’t need any added incentive to sign up, but I’m going to give it to you any way. Just as we did in November 2012, we’ll be asking you and your blog readers to vote on their favorite recipes – and we have these prizes to give away to the winners:
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 (can you say vegan cheez??) + 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
Whoa – that’s some awesome loot! And to make this a really big ol’ celebration, we’ve got a giveaway going on RIGHT NOW (through April 17) over at the Virtual Vegan Potluck blog. Enter to win a jar of Tropical Traditions Virgin Coconut Oil. (Sorry international folks, this one’s open only to those of us stateside and in Canada.) Speaking of giveaways – mark these dates on your calendar:
April 22: thanks to new VVP sponsor, Todd, at Todd’s Seeds, we are giving away a bag of alfalfa sprouting seeds
May 3: thanks to our good friends at Vegan Cuts, we have a yummy Snack Box to give away
If you are planning on signing up for the Potluck, please subscribe to the Virtual Vegan Potluck News blog as this is the best way to stay informed as we prepare for the big event on May 11. The VVP blog is the place where I will be posting updates and suggestions and it’s also the home of all things Potluck: how to post, when to post and of course, past Potluck participants and links. Somer, Jason and I won’t be able to email people individually so I’m relying on you to stay up-to-date via the website. And – please help spread the word to other food bloggers by sharing the event on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and any other social media outlet of which you can think!