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Nicolai McCrary
July 8, 2020
All The Austin Bakeries And Restaurants Participating In Texas Bakers Against Racism
A virtual bake sale with bakers, bakeries, and restaurants donating the profits to organizations supporting racial equality and combatting racism.
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Texas Bakers Against Racism is a virtual bake sale, in which bakers, bakeries, and restaurants across Texas sell baked goods and then donate the profits to organizations supporting racial equality and combatting racism. Barton Springs Mill donated a literal ton of flour to the project, and there’s a huge variety of people and businesses participating in Austin, listed below. Most are offering pre-sales, with pickup and/or delivery on Saturday, July 11th and/or Sunday, June 12th.

  • Abby Jane Bakeshop is selling mixed bars (brownie, pecan square, crumb bar, blondie) and two varieties of focaccia. Proceeds go to Dobbin-Kauv Garden Farm - a local Black-owned urban farm - and Black Bodies Project, a nonprofit media and events organization. Order online by Wednesday, July 8th at midnight.

  • Baking for Good is hosting a virtual auction to raise funds for Black Arts Matter ATX.

  • Barley Swine is selling a peach and cream cake with proceeds going to the Austin Area Urban League.

  • Jester King has a whole variety of baked goods - including rye sourdough chocolate chip cookies - with proceeds going to the Austin Justice Coalition. Order online for pickup on Saturday, July 11 or Sunday, July 12th, from 12-8pm.

  • Irene’s is donating $1 for every black and white whoopie cookie sold to the Austin Justice Coalition. Buy them onsite.

  • The chefs Natalie Gazaui and Gabby Roberts are selling a pastry box with conchas, biscuits, English muffins, and more, with proceeds going to the NAACP. Order online.

  • Oscar Espinoza has conjas and orejas, with proceeds going to the Mutual Aid Collective ATX. Order online by July 10th at 12pm.

  • Parkside has put together an ice cream sundae kit and an ice cream sandwich kit, and will be donating the proceeds to the YWCA Greater Austin. Place orders online by 4pm Friday, July 10th.

  • Patika is selling a variety of pastries including scones, pie, and cinnamon rolls with proceeds going to the Austin Justice Coalition. Order online for pickup on Saturday, July 11th.

  • Courtney Fuqua, the pastry chef at Salt Trader’s, is selling boxes of cookies with proceeds going to Birth Wild Awake. Order online by Thursday, July 9th.

  • The Sourdough Project is selling things like sourdough focaccia, brownies, and zucchini bread with proceeds going to The Okra Project. Order online and pick up at their weekend farmers market locations.

  • Spread & Co. has muffins, brownies, and more for sale with proceeds going to the Equal Justice Coalition and The Innocence Project. Order online.

  • Texas French Bread is selling a sourdough campagne batard with profits going to the National Black Farmers Association. Order online.

  • Upper Crust Bakery has cookies and cakes available with proceeds going to the Austin Justice Coalition and The Innocence Project. Order by Wednesday, July 8th by emailing cakedeco@uppercrustbakery.com.

  • Sarah Listrom, the pastry chef at Vixen’s Wedding, is selling a whole bunch of different cookies (or you can just get a box) with funds going to the MELJ Center.

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