Angel Hair Agli Olio Florentine with Grape Tomatoes Recipe - Vegan
Kids Having Compassion for All Living Things

Enter to Win a Hodgson Mill Pasta Prize Pack!

Congratulations to Amanda Weston for winning this prize pack!


Do you love pasta? Who doesn't, right?! As part of the Summer Pastabilities contest with Hodgson Mill I created this new recipe, called Angel Hair Agli Olio Florentine. Sounds great, right? That's because it was! Now it's your chance to create some pasta recipes, or give mine a try and see what you think. Either way, someone is going to win a $25 prize pack from Hodgson Mill.

If you are not familiar with Hodgson Mill now is the time to get acquainted. It's the brand of pasta I have bought for years. They have great whole wheat and gluten free pasta options, and the company has been around for over 125 years and is still family owned. That's awesome!

To enter, all you have to do is search around on this blog to find your favorite page (use the search box up top on the right). What page do you like the best? Then leave a comment on THIS blog post with the link to that page, along with a line about why that is your favorite page on my blog. That's it, it is that simple!

The contest will end on at 11:59 p.m. on August 11, 2013. One winner will be randomly picked on August 12, 2013. The blog comment entry that will win will be randomly drawn using the site. Entries will be numbered one through however many there are that enter, and then a number will be randomly generated to come up with the winner. Only one entry per person, please. 

The winner will be notified so that I can get their mailing address. The mailing address will be given to Hodgson Mill and they will send the prize pack directly to you. Enjoy the pastabilities! 


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KathrynK FL

They are animal killers. They stand in the way of progress. They have made animal rights the laughing stock of social movements and they show no signs of letting up in any of those areas.

Amanda Weston

I spend a lot of my days with my 2.5 year old talking about respect for others. I often find relating that lesson to smaller creatures (our pets, various creatures we encounter) seems to have a bit more of an impact for whatever reason. I like seeing this spoken of, it is something that is often overlooked.


This is a great perspective and something I can really relate with. Over the past 6 years I have gone vegan and back to veggie now vegan again. When I stopped being vegan I faced a lot of insults from people at first and when I went vegan again I faced jokes from many people. My partner is also veggie who tried veganism for a few months but it was not for her. I think people choosing the veggie life is a step in the right direction anyway and people should never shame others!!

I always can use some great Ideas for kids snacks and this page is wonderful to help find a fun healthy yummy snack that the kids will love. The Veg lunches for kids page is great also!

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