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Vote! Paleo Mag’s Best of 2012

Posted Nov 16 2012 1:08pm
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Nov 16, 2012 Posted by on Nov 16, 2012 in Blog | 9 comments

It’s nearing the end of the year, and in addition to paleo-ized holiday recipes and way too much socializing, that means awards competitions!

I’ve been nominated for a few cateogires in the Paleo Magazine’s Best of 2012, and I’m delighted to find myself amidst some pretty great company. If you like Well Fed and The Clothes Make The Girl, I would really appreciate your vote.

There are my categories:

Best Savory Recipe – Cookbook: Chocolate Chili
Best Treat Recipe – Cookbook: Peach Almond Crisp

Food Centered Blog: The Clothes Make the Girl

  1. Cami Sebern says:

    I voted and you are sure to win!!

  2. Cathy M says:

    Absolutely my favorite blog! I read it last on my daily rounds, because it makes me the happiest. Thanks for everything, and good luck!

  3. HannahMontana says:

    Voted!

  4. Kellyann says:

    You have my vote X10 for sure!
    Voting now…. Wishing you the best outcome!
    Kellyann
    Ps – you have this one in the bag!

  5. Jennifer says:

    voted! and really…that peach almond crisp is the best thing on the planet. I have made it using all sorts of fruit and it never fails. BEST

  6. Carina says:

    You have my vote! :)

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