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Blog: A Baking Girl
Baking School in the Mountain
Professor of plant breeding
Norwegian University of Life Sciences
Artist and Bread maker
A baker, a trained nurse, a comedian and performer and a community developer
Visual Artist and Baker
Baker and Environmental scientist
HELGA & GÜNTER FELLINGER
Coaches and life artists
Architect and designer
Pharmacist and Socially engaged artist
Co-Founder of an Association for sustainable lifestyle
Sustainable Development MA
Permaculture Designer, Amateur Baker and Social Entrepreneur
Hi I’m Adam, I’m a Pastry Chef at the Wedge Co-op and owner of Majestic Chef Bakery based here in Minneapolis, MN USA. I started baking at 9-years old when my Godmother introduced me to food as an extracurricular activity, and I’ve been hooked since. Growing up here in Minneapolis, in a family where great stock is put into the belief, if you have the means necessary to help those in need, you in turn have the obligation to help those in need without expectation of reward in return. This belief is what drives most of my baking, for the Betterment of humanity both locally and globally, which has brought me to Bakers Without Borders to be an active force for positivity social change. I’m now working to bring Bakers Without Borders to the Twin Cities/Minneapolis area, by using baking and bringing its many artisans, I hope to help encourage positive community and social changes which builds and strengthens communities, instead of weakening and breaking them down.
Sustainable Development Phd
Baker and Psychologist
Artist, Mentor and Dramatist
Psychologist and Baker
DR. LIN CARSON
Arts & Public Policy
Interior & Product Designer, Mentor and Business developer
JANA TAUSCHINSKI & SILVIA BUS, UK
San Diego, California
We are collecting recipes from our Bakers around the world.
Interesting in submitting one? Let one of our contacts know!
Southern Fruit Cobbler
Bor Lor Bao
Cherry, Hong Kong
Vegan Banana Cake
Contributed by Maria G.
We are excited that we recently published the book “Bread Therapy: Community Baking Stories from around the Globe” with foreword by world-famous baker and teacher Peter Reinhart, edited by Dr. Nadezhda Savova-Grigorova with contribution from arts therapists and psychologists. It is perfect for all those who wonder what Bread Therapy is, how it works with[…]
contributed by Emily Nguyen, San Diego Apple Crumble Ingredients: Filling: 3-4 apples (diced) ½ cup sugar 1 tablespoon lemon juice 2 tablespoons flour 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon Topping: 1 cup flour 1 cup oats ½ cup brown sugar ½ cup cubed butter (1 stick) Directions: Grease an 8×8 or 9×13 pan Preheat the oven to 350[…]
contributed by Emily Nguyen, San Diego Cranberry Bread Ingredients: ¾ cup lukewarm water ½ cup milk 1 packet yeast (2 ¼ teaspoons) 3 cups bread flour 1 ½ teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon sugar 3 tablespoons butter Cranberries Directions: In a small/medium bowl, mix water, milk, and yeast together and let set until bubbles form In[…]
Again, our Crumbassador Breezy shares her experience for bringing peace and resolve conflicts through “the power of flour”, this time in Stormont. Read about this extraordinary journey here.
” The Bake Bread for Peace movement aims to bring people together in a celebration of everything communal and good through one of the most common and basic activities that humanity shares all over the world – baking bread. The movement was started in 2014 by Breezy Kelly and has now found enthusiasts across Ireland[…]
We are launching a series of children’s books written and illustrated by our founder and president, Dr. Nadezhda Savova-Grigorova, cultural anthropologist (Princeton University) and “Traveler with a Mission of the Year 2012” of the global National Geographic. The books are separate from the game Bakers without Borders, but related to it. They go under the[…]
Adam Majewski who is one of the latest Crumbassadors to join our Bakers without Borders community just started a great campaign which aims at raising funds to organize community building baking programs in Twin Cities, Minnesota. The program will “create a beacon of hope, help develop future leaders in social change and improvement, and ensure[…]
Here is a selection of some of the bread works of Sue Beveridge (our “Baker Without Borders” from Scotland). They are either from her work in bread sculpture or through her work with groups working with bread dough as a type of art therapy. Bread Bodies – “I cast my body, fill it with bread dough, bake[…]
One of our Bakers Without Borders and year-long Crumbassador, Yana Doncheva, had a recent project employing the Bread Houses Network methods in Romania in July 2016. During the course of Stella Leadership Programme, conducted by British Exploring Society, recent graduates from universities across the UK participated in a socially significant community project in the region[…]
Helga Graef, a “Baker Without Borders” from Austria, has been very enthusiastic about the game “Bakers Without Borders” as a tool in her baking activities with various groups. As Helga shares: “The “Theater of Crumbs” opened the curtain with a group of women in a women’s shelter house in Salzburg. They liked it very much!”Helga[…]
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