Eat’n’doughnate 2020: Eataway bakes for a good cause
For the fifth year in a row, members of locally-based foodsharing platform Eataway are baking doughnuts for a good cause as part of their annual “Doughnate.”
In this edition, a team of chefs led by Eataway co-founder Marta Bradshaw will spend all night cooking 2,000 pastries to be sold in boxes of four. The proceeds will go toward extending the vegetable garden and planting a new orchard at the Children’s Home in Parkowa, which Eataway also supported last year.
If you want to participate, one box jelly doughnuts can be ordered online for 16 PLN. They can be picked up on the morning of Thursday, 20 February from the Children’s Home (ul. Parkowa 12) – or, if you order more than 20 boxes, Eataway will deliver them to you.
The event coincides with Fat Thursday, a Catholic feast day before Lent during which Poles traditionally eat doughnuts to celebrate.
Eataway was founded in Krakow in 2015 by Marta and Mark Bradshaw along with programmer Will Abbott, with the aim of connecting hungry travelers with local chefs for homemade meals. Now the platform hosts over 500 chefs in 73 cities around the world.
Eataway is a sister project of The Krakow Post.