Bake Us a Birthday Cake (and Win!)

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Its hard to believe, but this month, The Jew & The Carrot is turning 2 years old!  It’s been amazing to watch this online community of Jewish food enthusiasts grow over the last couple of years.  We’ve been through a lot together, and have so appreciated your ongoing passion, wisdom, and commitment to creating a healthier and more sustainable Jewish community.

Now, you can help The Jew & The Carrot celebrate our big milestone by baking us a birthday cake!  And of course, we have a little birthday gift for you.  Find out all the details below the jump…

Contest Details: Bake us a beautiful and sustainably-delicious cake for our second birthday.  Get as creative as you’d like, and let your eco-savvy kitchen skills shine through.

Send us your recipe and a picture of your stellar baked creation to editor @ jcarrot.org by Friday, Dec 19.  Don’t forget to include information about who you are! (If you want to send us a piece of the *actual cake* too, we won’t complain, but it’s not required!)

goingwild.jpgOur First Place winner will receive a copy of Going Wild in the Kitchen, the fresh new cookbook by Leslie Cerier.

The top three recipes and photos will be featured (with much fanfare) on The Jew & The Carrot.

So get baking and help us toast to the next two years, and beyond!  In the meantime, here are a couple of  “oldie but goodie” cake-related posts to get you started:

The Jew & The Carrot, in Icing
Yid.Dish: Chocolate Buttermilk Cake
Happy Early Mother’s Day: Chocolate Cake
Yid.Dish: Persian Chiffon Cake
Yid.Dish: Banana Bundt Cake
Riot Cupcake

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3 Responses to “Bake Us a Birthday Cake (and Win!)”

  1. Michael Croland Says:

    Yom huledet sameach to my favorite blog! :-)

  2. Ketzirah Carly Says:

    Happy birthday and my husband thanks you for the gift of your birthday cake that I’ll be baking!!

  3. Eric Schulmiller Says:

    Does this mean that J-Carrot is going to start throwing fits and tantrums every time it doesn’t get its way? Or was that just my two-year-old? :-)

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