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Fife businesses team up for Cook for Ukraine bake sale

Cake lovers and foodies should head to Fife this weekend for an epic bake sale - with all proceeds going to UNICEF's Ukraine Emergency Appeal.

Published: March 21, 2022
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A Fife family has brought together some of the Kingdom's best bakeries for a bake sale this weekend (Saturday 26 March) to raise funds for Ukraine via UNICEF.

So far, 13 businesses including Bibi’s Café, Fisher and Donaldson, Cocoa Tree Cafe and Muddy Boots, with every penny will go to UNICEF's Ukraine Emergency Appeal.

There will also be a raffle, with £5 tickets available online and in-person at the bake sale.

Raffle prizes have been generously donated by some of Fife’s finest food destinations, and include a meal for two and an overnight stay plus breakfast at the Michelin Starred Peat Inn, a seven course meal for two at Haar, a five course meal for two at 16 West End, and vouchers for restaurants such as Kinneuchar Inn, Dreel Tavern, Forgans, Rogue and Guardbridge Inn.

Fife #CookForUkraine has been set up by Evelyn and Hamish Morrow - a family with two young children living near the East Sands in St Andrews.

They said: "Like so many, we’ve been shocked by the scenes in Ukraine and with personal donations seeming so insignificant, have been desperate to find a way to do more.

"We’ve been inspired to harness the power of the local community and the love of food to try and raise a really meaningful sum for UNICEF."

The bake sale will take place on Saturday 26 March from 10am - sell out at St Andrews, East Sands - Cheesy Toast Shack, Woodburn Pl, KY16 8LA

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Businesses signed up to the bake sale so far

  • Bibi’s Café
  • Bread & Butter Café
  • Cambo Gardens
  • Cocoa Tree Café
  • The Cottage Kitchen
  • Fisher & Donaldson
  • Gorgeous
  • Kitschnbake
  • Muddy Boots
  • The Newport Bakery
  • Northpoint Café
  • The Rhynd
  • Rocca Italian Deli
  • Temptations Bakery

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.

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