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Saturday
May162009

Cake Poll: The Winner!

Cuppie at Trophy Cupcakes, Seattle
When it comes to eating cupcakes, the methods of eating them are as eclectic as the creative flavors that can be found at the nation's wonderful cupcakeries. But regardless of the method--from inverting and eating sandwich-style to carefully nibbling so as to ensure a bite of cake and frosting in every bite--it's clear that CakeSpy readers take the art of cake eating seriously. 

But honestly, you already knew that. So who won the awesome suite of sweet prizes? 
The winner, chosen at random, is...Tiffany from Everett, WA! Tiffany admits that she will "eat cupcakes any way" -- however, if given the choice, her m.o. is "to break off the bottom and put it on top to make a cupcake sandwich". Delicious!
Congratulations Tiffany, and til next time...stay sweet!

 

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Reader Comments (4)

How exciting! Thank you so much Cakespy! Keep up the sweet work!

:o) Tiffany

May 19 | Unregistered CommenterTiffany

congratulations :)

Cupcake sandwich?! Oh no, the icing has to be center stage for me! (And the freshness of most of the cupcake places makes the icing more important because the cupcake is rarely that fresh.) I prefer a fork so I can get icing in every bite!

May 19 | Unregistered CommenterElspeth

spoken like a true cupcake pro. cupcake sandwich is the only way to go

May 20 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous
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