Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale begins THIS WEEKEND! Let’s get this party started!! »
It’s that time again! What time? Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale time! There are bake sales ALL OVER THE FREAKING WORLD. I bet there’s one near you and it’s not too late to bake and/or eat at one. SO DO IT TO IT.
FOR EXAMPLE, if you are in NYC on Sunday, May 4, there is an enormous and delicious bake sale happening at MooShoes vegan shoe store! Yay! Like cupcakes? We have you covered. Prefer muffins? Sorted. Savory more your thing? Done.
This year’s beneficiary is GooseWatch NYC, which advocates for tolerance of and co-existence with urban wildlife, and promotes humane alternatives to resolving conflicts between people and animals.
This is NYC’s sixth time participating in the Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale and we don’t mess around. We will have far more delights than you can eat at one time, so don’t forget to bring a container to bring food home and share the joy with your friends and family (or yourself on Monday).
For all other bake sales, check this link ASAP and get to eatin’!!
Guest post: Krispy Kreme ain’t Dun-Well! Vegan Doughnuts NYC: the launch party »
I heard it said… “vegan royalty”! This is what two cute guys and hundreds of vegan doughnuts attract.
Last night was the tremendous Well-Dun Doughnuts launch in NYC, hosted by Moo Shoes. And dang! It was packed, but expectedly civil considering the beautiful and awesome veg-loving crowd. As a line snaked around the shop, I got an opportunity to quiz some of the early arrivers on their samplings. It seems the lemon poppy seed was a winner—I never got one—and the root beer was a crowd-pleaser. It was like a glorious beignet made of root beer and LOVE that exploded in your mouth! People were moved to tears, at least I hoped, over the chocolate-covered and peanut butter varieties. Meanwhile, smooth and superb cocktails from Bushwick’s vegan bar, Pine Box Rock Shop, helped calm the impatient. And Lula’s Sweet Apothecary supplied some ice cream to à la mode your do-nut.
This review and the photos herein were brought to us by the talented and terrific Jeff Nesmith, an Alabama native thriving in Brooklyn. Designer, draw-er, writer, magazine producer, vegan fry-cook/biscuit-baker, and by day, the editorial production director for Real Simple magazine. He describes his site, welloiledmachinenyc.com, as always a work in progress; we think it’s ridiculously awesome. Oh, also, you might remember him from when I awkwardly proposed that he adopt Vegansaurus? When stalkers and victims become friends: The Vegansaurus Story!