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Eat My Blog Recap: December 2009

January 17, 2010


The first-ever Eat My Blog charity bake sale raised $3,000 for the Los Angeles Regional Foodbank. Here are some highlights from the day:


The Eat My Blog planning committee, along with our chief supporter Vernon Chaplin, arrived at Zeke’s Smokehouse two hours before game time. Before the crowds rolled in, we did what needed to be done—platters were dolled up with cute wrapping paper, donated boxes were assembled, and each treat was given a hand-crafted name tag and price.


About an hour before showtime, we started to lay out the irresistible spread. Thirty-six square feet of surface area wasn’t enough to display all of the wonderful creations we received.


From bacon-wrapped bread sticks to butterscotch budino, the diversity, quality, and uniqueness of the treats on hand was phenomenal. Each participating blogger put a lot of heart, soul, and time into crafting a delight that would please the eye and rock the taste buds.


Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf served coffee and hot chocolate at the event, with all proceeds donated to the Foodbank. Kim of Ravenous Couple and H.C. of L.A. and O.C. Foodventures lent a hand to Ingrid, the barista on duty, throughout the day.


Thanks to the phenomenal turnout, over 1,000 baked goods were sold in under four hours!

The Eat My Blog committee would like to extend heartfelt thank yous to the Los Angeles food blogging community (a full list of participating bloggers here), Zeke’s Smokehouse, JS2 Communications, Los Angeles Times, The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, Challenge Dairy (the official butter sponsor of Eat My Blog), Kiss My Bundt, Vanilla Bake Shop, Susina Bakery, Joan’s on Third, 20th Century Fox, and last but certainly not least, everyone who came out to the bake sale and bought a treat or ten—we couldn’t have done it without you all.

Further reading about the first-ever blogger bake sale:

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6 Comments leave one →
  1. January 17, 2010 8:48 pm

    Hey!, where’s the men at above?!

    Actually, The highlight for me might just bee your picture above! You gals are a brunch of sweet & sugary-hearts! I think y’all oughta go in biz 2gether: Bakery Cafe de Blog

    I can’t imagine how much more wunderfulEMB2 will bee! I expect even more food blogging contributors.

    • January 19, 2010 12:56 am

      Hey! The men are in other pictures. I had to shout out to my ladies in our first post 🙂 More photos from the last bake sale and more info on the next one coming soon!


  2. March 15, 2010 9:05 pm

    Hey Ladies,

    There was so much yummy stuff there, and I’m wondering what the will of the snacking public is: Should we make the same stuff to sell in June that we made in December–which by all accounts was QUITE popular–or should we unveil some new creations?

    What’ll it be, folks?

    Cheers! Carol, a.k.a. The Hungry Passport

    • g-ma permalink*
      March 23, 2010 4:11 am

      Hi Carol!

      We’ll leave it up to you–make whatever moves you! I made whoopie pies last time, and I think I may make something different for the next one. I’m thinking my grandmother’s blueberry coffee cake. Do you have any ideas about what you”ll make?

      Can’t wait to see you at the next bake sale!

      Laurie (g-ma)

  3. March 31, 2010 3:54 pm

    Hi Laurie,

    Hmm, still trying to figure that one out. I’d like to say “all of the above” but that’s probably a bit ambitious. Then there’s that part of me that just wants to bring a giant fryer & cook bacon on the spot!



    • g-ma permalink*
      April 27, 2010 4:46 pm

      Ha! Anything bacon-related is just fine by me 🙂

      Laurie (g-ma)

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