Monday, February 13, 2012

Cupcakes d.c.

  • This weekend I stopped by Hello Cupcake in Capitol Hill to introduce a friend to the wonders of D.C.s cupcakeries, namely on of my favorites. As we walked in and perused the case I began describing which cupcakes were awesome and which were more awesome.
  • (Examiner)
  • Hey New Yorkers, heres your chance to try freshly baked cupcakes from Georgetown Cupcakes - star of the TLC reality show, DC Cupcakes. This Saturday at noon, the Washington DC-based bakery is opening its first NYC shop in SoHo.
  • (New York Post)
  • Sophie LaMontagne and Katherine Kallinis made the worlds largest cupcake on the DC Cupcakes episode that originally aired in St. Paul on January 16, 2012 on TLC. To make the cupcake, Sophie and Katherine had a special pan built.
  • (Examiner)
  • They were eager to watch the siblings compete on the Food Networks show that pits cupcake vs.
  • (PR Newswire)
  • Its an amazing feeling to have won, said Tim, because since we opened our store, weve had so many people tell us that we make the best cupcakes in DC and now its validated and almost like we have the best cakes in the entire USA.
  • (Trinidad Express)
  • Guest: Andrea Adleman, LA to DC food writer, cupcake-ologist, political operative and communications consultant.
  • (Washington Post)
  • Anybody who says they dont have a sweet tooth is a total liar, says Doron Petersan, defending champ of Cupcake Wars and the head of Sticky Fingers Sweets Eats.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • These are not your girlfriend's cupcakes. There is no frilly pastel frosting piped on top. They are not delicate. They are not pretty. They are big, bold, manly and totally down for a Super Bowl spread. We decided to start with a chocolate cake mix.
  • (News Tribune)
  • Generally speaking, Brown asserted that other places that have them for less money have a much smaller cupcake. On visual inspection, at least, Brown seemed to have a point. YH recently decided to conduct its own price study to see which D.
  • (Washington City Paper)
  • That's when I decided I wanted to be a baker. Then I started watching baking shows like "Cupcake Wars" and "D.C. Cupcakes." Cupcakes seemed fun to make and decorate. I went on YouTube.
  • (Savannah Morning News)

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