Recently we added a new member to our small family. It didn’t took long before I discovered our new friend is really, and I mean really, crazy about cookies. This is how I found him a few seconds after I put these cookies on the table:
I also realise now he only eat cookies and he prefers to have them served in big quantities.
Now I’m getting scared that he will never give me enough time to take pictures of my freshly baked cookies.
Thin & crispy peanut butter cookies from The Vegan Cookie Connoisseur
Chocolate Chip Cookies from Sticky Fingers’ Sweets
I hope 2013 will be as delicious as was 2012.
Best vegan wishes for you all!!!
Best wishes and a delicious vegan 2012!!!
As soon as I saw VeganMofo was going to happen again this year, I knew I had to join again. That means next 10 days there will not be much going on on this site, except for a few wrap ups. I’m saving up my posts.
It also means I will only start with my cookbook reviews on the 1st october. So far 3 reviews are already written, but during VeganMofo I want to publish at least 2 each week. Later it will be 1 weekly review.
If you want more information about VeganMofo, check it out here.
I’m back soon.
I’m still a little bit confused after what happened to us at the Pukkelpop festival. And only a few days later I got the news that my working place is moving to another city. That means next year I’ll have to travel by train 2 hours (1 up, 1 back).
So, I had a lot of thinking going on. Actually it’s still going on. One of them was thinking about this blog. Should I go on, or should I stop? I started it with stories about me starting to cook vegan for my teenage daughter. But she didn’t liked it to much, me talking about her on the net. So, I stopped doing that. After that, I didn’t had a real subject for my blog, except vegan food.
So, now I’m thinking I would only go further if I had something as a subject. The thing I’m thinking about is that it would be a log of me cooking from my cookbooks. Maybe sometimes a recipe would pop-up or something else. I would also write very small cookbook reviews. More practical information than a real review. I did this already a few times for my dutch blog. And I would like to do the same for this one.
Let me now what you think?
I still had to show my new things I brought back from Bristol and Bath:
Every year the flemish radiostation Studio Brussel organises Music for life. This year they raise money for aids orphans in Africa. As I work for an organisation, Sensoa, who is also involved in taking care of people with hiv, we were obliged to do something too. Sensoa organised Cook for life and my contribution were these vegan muffins:
Those contained chocolate chips and speculoos chunks.
Before I made some to sell at my working place I practiced at home and made these:
These only contained speculoos chunks.
In the past I participated also to Music for Life with my Vegan cupcakes for life.
Daughter is having exams and for her oral french exam she had to present a recipe. Together with her clasmate she decide to bring a tv-show in which they would present how to make rice pudding. She also decided it shouldn’t contain dairy, so it would be vegan.
They made a funny tv-show in which the kitchen gets on fire and the chef (my daughter) faints, twice.
They were also supposed to prepare the recipe at home and bring an example of the food to school for every clasmate.
Of course I was very curious if her classmates and the teacher would like the vegan rice pudding. It turned out they all liked it. Nobody complaint about the rice pudding tasting differently or strange.
I made it: 20 posts.
And the last one is about:
showing off with my collection vegan/vegetarian cookbooks.
Hope you enjoyed VeganMofo.
See you in december!!!
Probably you don’t understand this, but I wanted to show this video anyway.
And of course I prefer ‘Everyday veggieday’:
More info is found on this site: http://www.donderdagveggiedag.be