Online Bake Sale for Japan: Blood Orange Marmalade Tart

Friday, March 25, 2011

online bake sale for japan In the aftermath of the disaster in Japan, Sabrina Modelle (The Tomato Tart) dialed in her fundraising and baking skills and turned to her fellow food bloggers to form an Online Bake Sale benefiting Second Harvest Japan, a food bank currently responding to the needs of people displaced by the earthquake and tsunami.

There are nearly 90 bloggers from 9 countries around the world participating in the bake sale. I am so proud to be a part of such an incredible community. Check out the growing list of bakers (and, if you’re interested in jumping on, it’s not too late).

blood orange

Makings of a Blood Orange Marmalade Tart

The virtual bake sale will be held on Wednesday 3/30. On that day, visit The Tomato Tart to bid on baked goods and other sweets. Log the winning bid, and you’ll receive a shipment from your blogger. Easy peasy, right?

Blood Orange Marmalade Tart

Blood Orange Marmalade Tart

I’ll be donating a Blood Orange Marmalade Tart. I learned how to make this gorgeous tart from Joyce Goldstein, who adapted it from a recipe called Crostata di Marmellata delle Suore Trappiste, served at the Vineria Cozzi in Bergamo Alta, Italy. The tart gets its interesting name because it is filled with orange marmalade made by the Trappist nuns. In this version, we use blood oranges for a stunning presentation and floral flavor, “like an orange mixed with a rose.” It is divine…and now you can have the chance to taste for yourself come March 30th!

Stumble It!
Posted by Stephanie at 1:18 pm

9 Responses to “Online Bake Sale for Japan: Blood Orange Marmalade Tart”

  1. [...] have come up with for this online bakesale! From meyer lemon flavored edible scrabble tiles, to a blood orange tart originally created by trappist nuns to green tea macarons, to adorable cake pops.  We’ve even [...]

  2. I like your Blog and your posts are very informative. Very inspiring. I’ve recently set up a Blog about cooking and was looking around for inspiration and came across this page and I have to say I’m impressed with your dedication and hope that mine can reach this level someday. Congratulations
    If you would like to check out my Blog and give me some pointers I would be very appreciative.
    http://howtocookanegg.blogspot.com/
    Thanks

  3. I had somewhere a recipe for blood orange marmalade but of course I lost it. So thank you for posting this here, now I can use yours :D

  4. David Ng says:

    A very worthy cause indeed. It’s good to see so many warm hearted people take part in such an event.

  5. Kitchen M says:

    Great one, Stephanie! One of the best items I’ve seen on the list so far!

  6. Happyolks says:

    First off, incredible what you are doing to help Japan. I am about to head over to the Tomato Tart to check out the bake sale details. It must be the Marmalade time, just posted a new Strawberry Rhubarb Basil and Grapefruit Ginger Thyme marmalade blog at happyolks :) (http://www.happyolks.com/moving-and-mason-jars/) Maybe it can help the bake sale?

Leave a Reply