Sunday, 1 September 2013

Vegan MoFo 2013!

Vegan MoFo is back and I am so proud to be part of this amazing global blogathon for the 3rd year running! While trying to decide on a theme (hmmmm ice cream? Preserving? Back to school meals?) I decided to have a loose theme on pastry, french pastries, pastries from round the world and savoury pastries! Although I have my heart set on making an awesome cheese cake and several non pastry recipes too! I will also be blogging about the day to day comings and goings of my bakery with my usual 'My Week According to my Camera' and any pretty cakes and bakes I make while it's MoFo time!
I also have a fab competition coming up half way through the month which I will tell you more about closer to the time! But just to say it involves a certain queen of the MoFo'ers Isa Chandra Moskowitz and her beautiful new cook book! So stay tuned!

I hope you enjoy my posts and recipes this vegan MoFo and please comment! I love to hear from you guys and hope to make lots more blogging and non blogging friends as I did last year!

So here we go let's start MoFoing! XXX

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  1. Ooooh pastries?!! So excited to read your MoFoing! Can I make a suggestion that you remove your captcha for the month though? I know a lot of people just wont leave a comment if they see one!

  2. Oh thanks for that I didn't even know I had it on! hahahah! Hope you enjoy my MoFo posts X

  3. Sounds good to me! Looking forward to the savoury pastries particularly!

  4. Looking forward to reading all your MoFo posts :)

  5. those bear hug pies look totally yum.

  6. Happy Vegan MoFo! I am excited for your pastry theme, yummy. Those bear claws look amazing!

  7. Brilliant theme Kayleigh. Really looking forward to you're posts!

  8. Thank you! I am loving your Manchester History and Northern Quarter Theme!