Sunday, October 23, 2011

Halloween Doesn't Have to be Mean

Want to have a cruelty-free Halloween celebration? Boy do we have ya covered.

Check out these links for luscious homemade treats:
Fork and Beans - now you can make your favorite candy bars at home in a humane and healthier way, also sans gluten.
Bittersweet - if you don't own one of Hannah's awesome dessert cookbooks, you can still make some of her creations by checking out her blog. I linked to her Chocolate Candy Cups.
Eat Drink Better - recipes which go beyond chocolate, you can even make your own candy corn.

We need more than candy to sustain us, even on Halloween:
Vegetarians in Paradise - hosting your own party? A Halloween-themed party menu all put together for you.
If you have Party Vegan (you still have time to buy it or check it out from your local library), Robin has a section just for Halloween.

Homemade not your thing or want to know what to hand out to the neighborhood kiddos? Lists of candy that is accidentally or intentionally vegan:
 Our lovely friends over at Pangea have you covered for ready made treats. My kids love their pumpkin cookies.

Hosting a veg Halloween party or handing out special candy or have an alternative way to celebrate the holiday? We'd love to hear from you.

Friday, October 14, 2011

Friday Fun

Listen to this from Leslie Hall! Thanks to VeganMoFo and Get Sconed! for posting this awesomeness.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

I Eat Grains

This Sunday, we have a special treat...Rachel from I Eat Grains will be on Food For Thought for the second time, but this time she will hopefully become part of the regular show! I'll be gone Sunday and more often as Rachel becomes more a part of the show. Tune in!