Hey! I’m up in the air right now….finally on the way to Alaska for a few weeks. Really can’t believe it.
Before I left, I was able to drool over Emma’s ‘Strawberry & Rhubarb Polenta Cake’ (seen below, yum!) from last week’s VVLP. Emma is the talent behind Coconut and Berries. Please check out her site, it’s dreamy if you’re into healthy delicious foods. That’s a silly question right?
This cake is just so special with the sweet, sour, sweet again thing going on. I tried making a rhubarb cobbler this summer and cooked the rhubarb too long. It was so beautiful and I just ruined it before it even got to my oven ;( Luckily, Emma had much better luck with her beautiful cake here. Gluten free and Vegan, a healthy choice fancy enough for your special guests or just a special friend. Thanks so much for sharing this cake with us Emma. It’s just gorgeous!
p style=”text-align: center;”>So are you new to this Virtual Linky thing?Each Wednesday my web friends, Annie (An Unrefined Vegan) , Poppy (Bunny Kitchen), and I will host the Potluck party and you can submit your recipes to any one of our blogs. The following Wednesday we
The Virtual Vegan Linky Potluck is now a way to have a potluck each week and that bloggers can share their plant-based/vegan/cruelty-free dishes in the following categories: appetizers, beverages, sides, soups, salads, breads, main dishes, desserts. Entries can be voted on by ‘Liking’ them and at the end of the potluck (each potluck will last 1 week) we will all announce the ‘winners’ the same day as the NEXT linky party begins. Please link back to your blog in your entry. You will need to include something like: “I entered this recipe in the Virtual Vegan LINKY Potluck” in YOUR blog post. If you don’t have this reference, your entry will be disqualified. Grab a Virtual Vegan ‘LINKY” Party button for your blog HERE Here’s how this weekly Potluck works:
- Click on the link at the bottom of this post to enter the party.
- Enter the requested info: the link to the recipe(s) you are contributing; name of the recipe; blog name; your name and email address; and select an image.
- Add a link back to the linky party within the text of your blog post that has the recipe in it (i.e., “I submitted this recipe to the Virtual Vegan Linky Potluck.”) Recipes submitted without this link back to the linky party will be removed from the Potluck.
- Submit a second recipe if, desired.
- Spread the word! We encourage you to share this linky party with your blogging friends via social media or through a post on your own blog. The more (food) the merrier! If you would like to add a Virtual Vegan Linky Party button to your blog, you can find one here (please link the button back to that page so that people can find us).
A couple of things to keep in mind:
- Bloggers submitting recipes need not be vegan, but recipes must be 100% vegan/plant-based. Recipes containing animal products will be removed from the Potluck.
- Entry per person per week is limited to two.
And here are the best of the best from last week’s link up:
Sides Ranch Potato Salad by Farmer’s Market Vegan
Soups/Stews Cream of Celery Soup with Spinach by Zsu’s Vegan Pantry
More from my site
- Fran Costigan’s ‘Vegan Chocolate’ Pre-Giveaway-Giveaway, HUH?
- Crazy Cabbage & Cauliflower Slaw