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12/31/2011

St. Louis cats need a new home!  »

Hello, animal-lovers in Missouri or willing to drive to St. Louis. Please consider adopting 7-year-old Micro or 7-year-old Confetti.

To make a long story short, a friend’s mom has four cats, but she needs to get rid of these two. The family wanted to put the cats down and still will if they can’t find a home within a few weeks, so these kitties really need your love. I spent a lot of time with these cats when I was in college and can’t bear the thought that their lives could be cut short.

Confetti (above) is a shorthair calico female who gets along well with other pets, humans, children, and probably aliens. She’s kind of fat but likes to play and show affection. But she doesn’t have her shots, so she’s in need of some extra TLC. Her favorite sound is an electric can opener.

Micro (above) is a social, friendly black cat with medium-length hair. When he was a kitten, he was so tiny that he could fit in your hand, hence his name, but he is the opposite of that now, as you can see in the photo. He likes to lie around and lick people and get petted. He is kind of lazy, but it’s adorable. He would do best in a one-pet household as he can become a bully in competing for human attention. His middle name is James, but that’s negotiable.

Want to help? You’re my new favorite person! Email me, and I’ll put you in touch. Give the gift of continued life for these innocent kittehs. Please and thank you!

01/25/2011

Say hello to Super Veggie Lentil Taco “Meat,” by Sarah the Ordinary Vegetarian, who celebrated her first anniversary as a vegan this week. Congratulations, Sarah, we’re all so proud! And we totally want to make that taco salad.

Say hello to Super Veggie Lentil Taco “Meat,” by Sarah the Ordinary Vegetarian, who celebrated her first anniversary as a vegan this week. Congratulations, Sarah, we’re all so proud! And we totally want to make that taco salad.

01/03/2011

This is Sarah the Ordinary Vegetarian VEGAN!’s new year’s stew! The recipe calls for collard greens, black-eyed peas, pearl onions, and turnips with a bunch of savory herbs—if it tasted anywhere near as good as it looks, it must’ve made quite a delicious dinner!

This is Sarah the Ordinary Vegetarian VEGAN!’s new year’s stew! The recipe calls for collard greens, black-eyed peas, pearl onions, and turnips with a bunch of savory herbs—if it tasted anywhere near as good as it looks, it must’ve made quite a delicious dinner!

12/31/2010

Sarah of Ordinary Vegetarian made a splendid cranberry-orange tart with walnuts and a chocolate crust, and would like to share the recipe with you! Did you know Sarah has been vegan since the beginning of the year? It’s nearly her first veganniversary! Hooray!

Sarah of Ordinary Vegetarian made a splendid cranberry-orange tart with walnuts and a chocolate crust, and would like to share the recipe with you! Did you know Sarah has been vegan since the beginning of the year? It’s nearly her first veganniversary! Hooray!

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