Monday, November 03, 2008

Check Out My Loaf: The Blogger Bake Off

Breadline Africa's campaign to raise funds to help alleviate poverty in Africa from the boys & girls at Quirk.

With your support, Breadline Africa can convert shipping containers into locations for food production and distribution. These sustainable community kitchens will not only provide foods such as bread and soup to those in need, but also opportunities for skills development within these poor communities. Here are the ways to get involved:


Check out my
Pecan, Raison & Honey effort.

500g granary flour
1 tsp yeast
A handful of pecans and sultanas chopped
A couple of tsp of honey
1 tsp salt
2 tsp milk
350ml water
25g butter

 Rory Sutherland, Jonathan Macdonald, Tim Whirledge, Rohit  Bhargava, Amelia TorodeThe KaiserCharles Frith you are all summarily challenged to beat that.

Tags: blogger bake off breadline africa charity giles rhys jones


3 comments:

nic said...

Looks tasty Giles! Well done for getting involved in a very good cause.

Tamsin said...

I agree, it looks great!

Thanks for getting involved and challenging others.

We've had a great response from many bloggers and the Bake Off is really taking off.

Check out our blog for Bake Off updates. Soon we'll be writing about some of the projects we're planniing to support with the money you've raised. We also have a Facebook Group.

Thanks for being part of the campaign!

Cheers,
Tamsin - Breadline Africa

Amelia said...

damn, i love this idea!let me get baking this weekend, it will be a banana-walnut-chocolate loaf.