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Alicia Silverstone's Blissful Chef Seeks Vegan Recipe Submissions

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Are you an amateur chef who likes to blog about it? Have a recipe you’d love to share with the world? Want to be part of a celebrity chef cookbook?

Well, you’re in luck! Because we have an opportunity for you to be published! And to sweeten the deal you’ll have a glowing endorsement from The Blissful Chef, Christy Morgan, a vegan chef in Los Angeles who has whipped up delicious meals for the likes of Alicia Silverstone and more.

This week she’s off to Thailand to go work on a cookbook with May Kaidee, a chef famous in Bangkok for her 3 vegetarian restaurants and various cooking classes. Together the women will work on a Southeast Asian-influenced cookbook, which is where your recipes come in.

If you have an original recipe that’s influenced by Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, or Thailand, then this is for you!

The book will come out early next year, and promises to be full color with rich photography. But best of all is that it will also be distributed all over the world (thanks to Morgan and Kaidee’s awesome connections)!

If you’d like to learn more about Morgan check out her blog, and to submit a recipe and be considered for the book, all you have to do is shoot her an email by February 15th with a word doc. In addition, the rights to the recipe will remain yours, AND your name and blog will be listed as a contributor to the book— how cool is that??

Eating vegan is delicious, so help to spread the good word (and food)!

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