Legacy Project: Heritage Bake Sale & Raffle

The Legacy Project: Making History Make a Difference
Announcing the Heritage Bake Sale! A one-night only event, featuring baked goods from home cooks created from treasured family recipes gathered from our Roots Salon community. Hosted by Judi Heikes and Jamie O’Reilly, the bake sale will take place at Chief O’Neill’s Pub during our Legacy Concert event. We will offer baked goods for sale, to take-home. We will also offer several premium items in a Raffle!

Your purchase of a raffle tickets and baked goods helps support the Legacy Project: programs, recordings, videos and blogs. And enhances our efforts to share our histories through stories, artifacts, recipes, hand-work and memorabilia in our community.

Who’s Who?

Raffle Items:
Cake from the Great American Baking Show finalist Sarah Chang (@onweekendswebake on Insta)

A bake from esteemed food writer, cook and photographer Monica Rogers (https://www.mkrogersfoodbeauty.com/)

Schwarzwälder KirschtorteBlack Forest Cake by Willem O’Reilly, great grandson of Michael Giebel, German Baker to the Duke of Karlsruhe.

Two Dinner tickets to Tre Kronor Swedish Bistro
Donated by Patty Rasmussen

Sarah Chang’s Celebration Cake
Great American Baking Show Finalist

Monica Rogers Grandma Bertha’s Apricot Delights
A premium baked delight from the food writer, cook and photographer.
Lost Recipes Found blog. https://lostrecipesfound.com/

Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte or Black Forest Cake, traditionally with cherries, kirsch, chocolate and whipped cream. Contributed by Willem O’Reilly.

Purchase raffle tickets in advance. (Due to the freshness of baked goods, you must be present to win or arrange pick-up evening-of.)

Raffle tickets are $20 each.
Purchase using Zelle to jamiejoanoreilly@gmail.com

Purchase using PayPal Donor form (add $2.50 handling fee).

The Bake Sale Items (evolving list)

Hamantash. A hamantash is an Ashkenazi Jewish triangular filled-pocket pastry associated with the Jewish holiday of Purim. The name refers to Haman, the villain in the Purim story. Contributed by Dan Loundy.

Barmbrack bread
Irish. Traditional. Eaten all year round, but particularly at Hallowe’en, when it has a gold ring baked in it; whoever gets the ring will be married within a year. Barm is the old word for yeast. This version is made with black tea.

Houska – Czech braided bread. Jamie’s son-in-law’s speciality. Houska is a traditional bread roll baked and consumed in the Czech Republic. Typical ingredients include wheat flour (but other types can be used), water, yeast and salt. They are often topped with poppy seeds, caraway seeds, linseeds or sea salt. ” The word houska comes from the Czech word husa which means goose. A houska reportedly looks like a roasted goose, hence, the name.” -Judy Riepl

In most of the modern Jewish world, the term “challah” now refers to a soft yeasted bread with an even, airy crumb. (NYTImes) Contributed by the Peters Family

Order your admission tickets here: https://www.jamieoreilly.com/events/jamie-oreilly-legacy-album-release-concert/