Join us over on the Glad Cow Facebook page and celebrate Glad Cow Week 2012!
My dear friend, Jeannie, organized this event 3 years back and I’ve looked forward to it every year since. Here, she describes it in her words:
In celebration of gladcow’s continuing efforts and advice in service to the improvement of vegan cuisine, here in vegan Facebook world the first week in February is dedicated to cooking something from a gladcow recipe! Diehard fans will cook something every day of the week, but anything you make is appreciated. You will earn special credit at the end of the week if you have done this. ♥
You can make something from her cookbook if you have it, or pick one from the resources she will post to the Glad Cow Cookbook page–she has a ton of recipes to choose from, since she’s been cooking wonderful food for her whole gladherd for years. YEARS!!
During Glad Cow Week, we also celebrate Cheezish Synchronicity (it always falls on Groundhog Day). It is definitely not to be missed as well. Here’s how Jeannie describes it:
In honor of gladcow’s continuing efforts and advice in service to the improvement of vegan cuisine, here on Facebook we are celebrating the Third Annual Cheezish Synchronicity, the celebration of which preceded the rise and domination of Facebook as a social media despot.
February 2, among other things, is the day to participate in vegan Cheezish Synchronicity. On this day, we celebrate and enjoy the delicious, easy, and flexible macaroni and cheese recipe in the Glad Cow Cookbook. The recipe is also gluten-free, and if you use GF pasta, you are goldenly GF.
Don’t have the cookbook? Don’t have the recipe? Buy the book! Or, message author and vegan educator Summer Keightley, aka gladcow, plead your case, and she will accommodate you.
Cheezish Synchronicity accompanies gladcow week, in which the first week of February is dedicated to cooking something from a gladcow recipe (there are many) as often as possible.