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Red Star PLATINUM Yeast Sampling/Baking contest winners

December 19, 2012 - 4:42pm -- KosherEye
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Hi,

KosherEye.com is delighted to announce that we have posted the winning recipes for the Red Star PLATINUM Yeast Sampling/Baking contest. We received so many great recipes...there are a lot of fabulous bakers out there! Please visit with us and view the 3 winning recipes selected by Red Star Yeast.

We thank members of the Fresh Loaf who submitted recipes.

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I just won a baking contest!!!

July 20, 2011 - 9:16pm -- CuriousLoafer
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Hey all you guys!!!

I just won my first baking contest! (It wasn't bread, though.) I made key lime pies and won all three categories (Taste, Presentation, and Creativity) in my little local bake off!! And I got a $50 gift card for each category, for a total of $150 in prize money!

 

I just wanted to share that with all you bakers out there!

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Vote for your favorite bread recipe and you could win a high-end knife

October 6, 2009 - 6:52pm -- Pham Fatale
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Hi,


This is Jackie from PhamFatale.com. Please do click on the link below and head on over to my bread contest to vote for your favorite bread recipe. You could win an awesome knife. One lucky voter will be picked and win a Petty Phoenix knife from New West KnifeWorks (a $99 value).


Bread Contest


Good luck!


The voting period will be open until 11.59 p.m. (Pacific Time), on October 7th, 2009.

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ejm

I don't know if any of the Fresh Loafians (thank you, Mark, for such an excellent term!) has already talked about this - there are SO many posts here!! But even so, it bears repeating:

The Breadline Africa Worldwide Blogger Bake Off was created and began on 15 October 2008. (It ends on 15 October 2009 or when US$1 million has been raised, whichever occurs first.) With our 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".

And here's where we come in:

Bake Bread - Give Dough - Feed Africa

There are various ways for you to get involved:

Anyone can join. Once you register, you can as tag others to do the same. So, not wanting to single anyone out... if you haven't been tagged already, consider yourself tagged. Let's get baking and sending our dough!!

For complete details on how you can help, please see:

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Breadline Africa is an internationally registered charity supporting ground level African charities that are working with communities to help them to become self-sustainable and "break the cycle of poverty in the lives of individuals and communities in Africa through sustainable, long-term solutions".
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