|The cake originally said "Will Bake 4 Food," but it was awful. Extra icing coverup. - Photo by Wasabi Prime|
There are MANY AWESOME PEOPLE who are donating their time and baking efforts to supporting the fight against hunger. I was just lucky to be asked to join the Blogger Baking Brigade. It's also a food drive, so if you come, bring some canned foods and/or a monetary donation. NW Harvest has a list of things they're especially in need of, namely infant and baby items.
If you come, I would love to meet every one of you and thank you personally for helping to fight the Big Bad of hunger in America. What baked wares will I be offering? Well, have a sneak preview and see what I'll be setting out: Maple-Iced Sugar Cookies and Peanut Butter Chai Cookies.
|C is for Cookie and that's damn good enough for me - Photo by Wasabi Prime|
Don't worry, I made more than four bags. And yes, they're all packaged like a Martha Stewart OCD Freakazoid because... that's just what I am. So come on out this Saturday, meet and greet the bloggers, get a wicked sugar high, and do it all in the name of a good cause. Hollaback, yo!
Much thanks goes out to the organizers of Will Bake for Food, "The Jennys" -- Jenny Miller of Rainy Day Gal and Jenny Richards of Purple House Dirt. Two fantastic gals who are seeking to change the world, one sugar-sprinkled day at a time. Also big thanks to Luke Burbank of the podcast Too Beautiful to Live for giving Will Bake for Food a shoutout on his Nov 12th podcast. Download it on iTunes for free or listen on their website and you can hear him eating the bribe of whoopie pies and cookies I sent to his office. Monsieur Burbank, yet again, I'm so sorry I derailed your health with the half-stick of butter that's probably in each gigundo whoopie pie.
|See you Saturday! - Photos by Wasabi Prime|