Online Bake Sale to Help Japan

 

UPDATE: This auction ended and raised $ 8269. All proceeds will go to Second Harvest, the first Japanese food bank. Thank you for biding and promoting.

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Drop your forks, put down your books, and get ready to click and do some good. If you wondered what you can do to contribute to the Japan disaster relief, query no more. I’ve got you covered. The lovely Sabrina from The Tomato Tart gathered the talents of over 90 bakers from across the United States and 8 other countries, spread across four continents. These people will bake and auction together in an effort to raise $2500 for disaster relief in Japan. Proceeds from the auction will go to Second Harvest, Japan’s first food bank- an organization in dire need of help in the face of very limited daily food supplies.

Wednesday March 30 – starts the Bake Sale for Japan. You can access it by going to www.thetomatotart.com

I am proud to participate and contribute the item I bake best – granola. Nearly a year to the date, I explained in this post that I cannot bring myself to share my granola recipe. If you don’t remember that story, refresh your recollection by clicking – here.

The granola is still killer and I still cannot give you the recipe. But 6 bags of addicting French Press Memos granola are up for auction. Bid and make me proud. You will love it.

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  • Anonymous

    se vede ca esti romanca….reteta e secreta!

  • Monet

    Hi Love. My best friend is teaching in Japan, so my heart is especially attune to the immense suffering both in my own life and abroad. Even though I have a heavy heart tonight, I find joy in reading your words and seeing your granola. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and your creativity with me. I hope you have a blessed end to your week!

  • Andra

    For my anonymous Romaniac- yep, THIS recipe is secret- although if you read the original post, I tried to make it pretty easy to figure out.

    Monet- thank you for the kind words and for your loyalty reading my blog.