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November 12, 2010 at 12:25 PM

Will Bake for Food: bloggers bake for Northwest Harvest

The plan: 60-plus food bloggers turn passion into compassion with Will Bake for Food — a bodacious bake sale and benefit for Northwest Harvest. The place: Ostrander Hall at University Congregational Church at 4515 16th Avenue N.E. in Seattle. Date/time: Saturday, November 20 from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. (or until they sell out). Sound like fun? It does to me. And though I haven’t signed on to bake (yet), I’m planning on it.

Seattle’s food-blogging community is a wide-ranging one, and many hands are helping the cause. Here’s how you can help: Mark your calendars and get thee to the church on time. Bring donations of non-perishable foods or baby items (formula, diapers, wipes, etc.), which you’ll exchange for tickets. Those tickets are your ticket to handmade baked goods to eat on the spot or take home for later.

Putting the icing on the cake are Will Bake for Food organizers Jenny Miller (aka Rainy Day Gal) and Jenny Richards (blogging at Purple House Dirt). For more info, and other ways in which you can participate, visit the Will Bake for Food website, or follow the fun via Facebook and Twitter.

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