Ping’s Lemon Cookies; my contribution to Will Bake For Food

If you had an ear to the food blogging streets of Seattle, you may have heard about Will Bake For Food this past weekend; a benevolent event brought to us by the Two Jennys (Jenny Richards and Jenny Miller)  to support Northwest Harvest. If you were there, you were able to take in the sights, sounds, and smells of a room full of delicious baked goods. All created by your friendly neighborhood food bloggers. On behalf of all of us, thank you for your support and I hope you enjoyed your treats. As promised during this weekend’s Will Bake For Food, here is my recipe for the Meyer Lemon Cookies that I brought. Continue reading

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Will Bake For Food – benefiting Northwest Harvest

Tomorrow will be a bake sale of epic proportions. It’s not one the likes of Seattle has seen often. It is known as Will Bake for Food and it will be awesome, and not just because I’ll be helping to support it.

Will Bake for Food is a bake sale event to benefit Northwest Harvest and the goods will be provided by various food bloggers around town. And I will be one of them. Thankfully the skill and talent bar will be much higher than my capabilities, so you’ll be able to find all sorts of wonderful baked goods that suit your sugar cravings. In fact, the talented Eric Rivera tweeted last night that he’ll include a golden ticket into one of his treats for a private dinner cooked by him, which is pretty awesome. Now I need to find a way to step up my game, thanks Eric.

But the biggest thanks should go to my friend Jenny Richards and Jenny Miller. The “Jennys” got this rolling and accrued quite the roster of food bloggers to lend a hand (or a cookie… or a cake…) to the event to benefit Northwest Harvest. They will also be accepting non-perishable food donation; so the goal of hunger relief will be carried through one way or another.

Look forward to seeing you at the University Congregational Church tomorrow morning from 10-2pm. I’ll be there and so should you. Oh, as for what I’m making, there will be Meyer Lemon Cookies and Bibingka Bites. Bon appetit!

Saturday, November 20th, 2010
10am-2pmish

University Congregational Church
Ostrander Hall
4515 16th Ave. NE
Seattle, WA 98105