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Sweet Relief: Nashville Food Blogger Bake Sale

Sweet Relief Nashville Food Blogger Bake Sale for Flood Relief

Looking for a sweet way to help out with flood relief? On Saturday, May 29th, Nashville’s food bloggers and their fans unite to raise money for the flood relief efforts in middle Tennessee. The Sweet Relief bake sale will run from 1:30 pm until 4:00pm (or until the goodies are gone!) on Saturday, May 29th at the Green Wagon in East Nashville. All proceeds from the event will benefit Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee and their efforts to provide relief to victims of the recent flooding.

Just to whet your whistle… some of things you can expect to find at this Saturday’s bake sale: cookie dough cupcakes, mexican chocolate brownies, espresso chocolate toffee, blue velvet cupcakes, peanut butter chocolate chip cookies, lemon streusel bars, and olive oil cake… hungry yet? Yeah, I thought so.

Be sure to come by and show your support by enjoying some guilt-free sweets. Your tastebuds will thank you!

Sweet Relief: Nashville Food Blogger Bake Sale for Flood Relief
Saturday, May 29th, 1:30-4:00pm
The Green Wagon, 1100 Forrest Avenue in East Nashville (map)

Are you planning on coming? RSVP on Facebook!

We are also still seeking volunteers to bake or help out with the event. Food bloggers, non-food bloggers, and food blog fans are all welcome (you do not have to have a food blog to contribute). Simply shoot me an email if you interested in participating.

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  1. Not in Nashville, but sounds like a great cause!

  2. Sweet! Litterally! I will post this tomorrow at my blog. Thanks for thinking to do this Lindsay!

  3. I am so excited. I didn’t spend my budgeted amount at the farmers market this weekend so I could have some extra cash to splurge with!

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