BY Intern Lauren
in Eat Me
on Jul 30, 2012
Having friends over to watch the Olympics? You could bake boring ol’ chocolate chip cookies or do the classic vanilla ice cream in a mug…or you could completely knock your friends’ socks off with these adorable homemade lemon cupcakes! Complete with a crispy ice cream cone torch, tangy lemon butter icing, and red and orange shards of caramelized sugar to resemble the flame, these cupcakes couldn’t be any more appropriate for an Olympic viewing get-together if they tried. Read More
BY Casey Krosser
in Eat Me
on Sep 20, 2011
Wouldn’t you love to try and make a tie-dye cupcake? I know I would. Not only would it be delicious, but it could also help sponsor girls’ education in developing countries thanks to the amazing group She’s the First, a non-profit which inspires creative fundraisers to help girls graduate.
The the Tie-Dye Cupcake Bake Off, which the lovely ladies over at I Heart Daily tipped us off to, will go from November 1 - 8, with thousands baking and selling tie-dye cupcakes all over the country. Read More
on Aug 23, 2011
Ladies, meet Peg Aloi. If you've been reading the internets in the past week, you may recognize her as the writer who got the knitting, gardening, cupcake-baking, and feminist-thinking blogosphere in an uproar over an article she published at Huffington Post in which she asked, “Tough Gals: Do they still exist?” There, she basically called everything that is considered girly “weak,” and really pissed off a universe of cupcake baking, knitting, gardening tough gals.
Well, surprise, surprise. Turns out not only does Ms. Read More
I moved to New York City about a year ago and before I left, I was given my fair share of NYC guides. To be honest, they kind of overwhelm me. There is just a ridiculous amount of things to do and places to go here. Just choosing a restaurant, for instance, can be incredibly daunting. The options are endless and the descriptions generic so when I received the Zinester's Guide to NYC, I was pretty interested to see how it compared. Read More
in Eat Me
on May 17, 2011
You've probably eaten a cupcake, but you've probably never eaten a cupcake as unique as one of Robicelli's creative concoctions. Matt and Allison Robicelli -- pastry chefs who used to work at fancy restaurants -- are trying to marry the mindset of a pastry chef with the affordable cupcake to bring "crazy delicious food to the average Joe."
Robicelli's has a rotation of over 100 flavors and counting, but they're bringing one of their most popular and unusual cupcakes, the Chicken n' Waffles, to the BUST Magazine Craftacular and Food Fair this Saturday, May 21 at 82 Mercer St. Read More