by Nicki Wood
Forget faux-made treats like Duncan Hines brownies and repackaged Archway cookies -- come Saturday, some of the city's best bakers sell their wares for charity at Slow Food Nashville's Slow Bake Sale.
Participating will be a who's who of Nashville names, including Bacon & Caviar (pleaseletitbetheirpizzadip), Flyte, Provence, Marché, Fido, Patterson House, Martha Stamps Catering, F. Scott's, Capitol Grille, Drink Haus, Prime 108, Marmellata Bakery, and more
Nashville is just one of thhe cities taking part in this effort, all to benefit Share Our Strength's "No Kid Hungry" Great American Bake Sale. Money raised through these nationwide bake sales fund grants that support the Child and Adult Care Food Program and the Summer Food Program, both of which serve vulnerable people during difficult times.
The sale will run from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday July 11 to at the Farmers Market on Eighth Avenue North.