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  1. Photograph: Erica Gannett
    Photograph: Erica Gannett

    Martha Bayne

  2. Photograph: Erica Gannett
    Photograph: Erica Gannett

    Soup & Bread at Hideout

  3. Photograph: Erica Gannett
    Photograph: Erica Gannett

    Soup & Bread at Hideout

  4. Photograph: Erica Gannett
    Photograph: Erica Gannett

    Soup & Bread at Hideout

  5. Photograph: Erica Gannett
    Photograph: Erica Gannett

    Soup & Bread at Hideout

  6. Photograph: Erica Gannett
    Photograph: Erica Gannett

    Soup & Bread at Hideout

  7. Photograph: Erica Gannett
    Photograph: Erica Gannett

    Soup & Bread at Hideout

  8. Photograph: Erica Gannett
    Photograph: Erica Gannett

    Soup & Bread at Hideout

  9. Photograph: Erica Gannett
    Photograph: Erica Gannett

    Soup & Bread at Hideout

  10. Photograph: Erica Gannett
    Photograph: Erica Gannett

    Soup & Bread at Hideout

  11. Photograph: Erica Gannett
    Photograph: Erica Gannett

    Soup & Bread at Hideout

  12. Photograph: Erica Gannett
    Photograph: Erica Gannett

    Martha Bayne

  13. Photograph: Erica Gannett
    Photograph: Erica Gannett

    Soup & Bread at Hideout

Most Palatable Evangelism | Eat Out Awards 2012

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MOST PALATABLE EVANGELISM Martha Bayne’s Soup & Bread

It seemed like just another excuse for Blue Liners to drink and brood together. But in the three years since Martha Bayne started Soup & Bread, a weekly event that runs from January to April at the Hideout, she’s proven that a modest idea—serve free soup, collect tips for hunger charities—can morph into a movement for social change. This year, Bayne published the Soup & Bread Cookbook, a collection of recipes and essays about various organizations that use soup to achieve their missions. It was on her book tour, though, that S&B really took off. Bayne hosted one-off soup nights in cities such as New York, Nashville, Philadelphia and Detroit, and in some of those cities, it stuck. Now, we have a choice: Soup & Bread at the Hideout, or Soup & Bread in Madison, Wisconsin. The Hideout, 1354 W Wabansia Ave.


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