Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Another Reason to Love October....

Oh, how I love October.  

Not only is it fall, with the pretty changing leaves and comfy sweaters, but also, my birthday month, Canadian thanksgiving and Halloween.  Having it also be vegan food month is like drowning a sundae in chocolate sauce, oh so awesome.  

So, I have decided to participate in VeganMoFo from the ppk and will at least post 20 posts this month.  They may not all be fancy like but I will do what I can and try to squeeze a few last images out of my dying camera.

I have still been doing tons of cooking and newly found microwave baking (since I am ovenless....you do what you can).  I have recently purchased v-con (finally~I know...thanks ppk) and am loving the crap out of it.  

Speaking of books, on a non-vegan tangent, Stephanie Meyers Twilight series is fantastic.  I am half way through it and am slightly addicted.  You can check it out here at the authors website.  It may or may not have inspired my Halloween costume this year ~ Vampire madness.  Did I mention I love Halloween?

Okay, my net keeps cutting out, so I must post this before it cuts out for good.

But first a little picture.

(Kimchi pots on a mountain)

Cheers to Vegan Month of Food.

6 comments:

pixiepine said...

Happy MoFo-ing! I like your blog! :)

VeganView said...

Yay for Vegan MoFo! Looking forward to seeing all your amazing posts! :)

Vegan_Noodle said...

October is definitely one of my favorite months too!
Hope you enjoy V-con... it is fabulous.
Can't wait for more mofo posts!

Sanja said...

Happy VeganMoFo, can't wait to see what you'll come up with!

Aimee said...

Happy Birthday in advance..! Well, October is one of my favorite month just because of the Halloween.

Fresh from the Source said...

How exciting for you to be in Korea. I've only been in Seoul for a stopover between Ulaanbaatar and Toronto. Anyway, after seeing the lovely kimchi jars, I'm wondering if you have any good vegan kimchi recipes that you would share, or a bibimbop (sp?).

Oh, and your seitan looks great.