Let Good Rise
Celebrating the lives and voices of LGBTQ+ bakers.
Tomato Pie with Parmesan
Generosity is on my mind this June, LGBTQ+ Pride month — specifically, generosity of spirit. When we actively work to know, understand, and relate to people whose lived experiences are different from our own, and when we give compassion freely to others, generosity of spirit becomes an almost radical act, one that allows us to make room at the table for everyone. And on my table this summer will be Tomato Pie. Here, a rainbow assortment of tomatoes is showcased in a savory pie with a custard that includes mayonnaise, buttermilk, and Parmesan cheese.
— Jessica Battilana, Staff Editor
Since 1989, Outright Vermont has been building a Vermont where all LGBTQ+ youth have hope, equity, and power. Its Camp Outright is an overnight summer program for queer, trans, questioning, and allied youth ages 13 to 17.
We've donated to Outright Vermont and encourage you to do so as well. You can also find an organization in your own community supporting LGBTQ+ youth here.
Where Pride and baking intersect
This Pride Month, King Arthur Baking Company is raising awareness for Outright Vermont, an organization for LGBTQ+ youth and teens that provides education, advocacy, and support. We've donated to Outright Vermont and encourage you to do so as well. You can also find an organization in your own community supporting LGBTQ+ youth here.