Author Archives: Emily Dubner

‘Tis the Season

It’s hard to believe another holiday season is here. I think I began my “Countdown to Christmas” right around June 25, and now here we are practically in December. The whole Baking for Good team is excited for this year’s … Continue reading

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Going Nuts Over These Cookies

Before starting Baking for Good, I considered going into event planning. I love the little details that go into planning parties, and I’m inspired by the work of some of the very talented event planners I’ve met in NYC. Given … Continue reading

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We’re Featured on Instagram!

I’ve talked a bunch about our Instagraham cookies and my love for Instagram, and this week I’m excited to share that Instagram is featuring us as a “suggested user” on their app! When new users download the app, they’ll see a … Continue reading

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An Update to Our Cause Program

When I started Baking for Good in 2009, I wanted to build a fundraising platform that would allow organizations large and small to support charities that were close to their hearts. I was tired of the same old school fundraisers … Continue reading

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The Sweetest 60 Seconds of Your Day

I often say that one of the best parts of running Baking for Good has been getting to know our awesome customers from across the country. Earlier this summer I posted on Twitter asking if there were any “budding filmmakers” … Continue reading

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Lots of Love for Our New Instagrahams

A few weeks ago I wrote a post about my favorite iPhone app, Instagram. I’ve been playing around with the idea of doing an Instagram cookie project for a while, and this week I figured out what it would be: … Continue reading

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Recipe: A Healthy Take on Mexican Salad

I’m always drawn to Mexican salads when I see them on menus at restaurants. In concept, they can be really healthy. What’s not to love about tomatoes, avocado, and black beans? But somehow, these salads always seem to be ruined … Continue reading

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