Blog | Cupcake Project - Part 145

Mardi Gras King Cake Cupcakes: Fit for a King and Queen

King Cakes are cakes typically baked throughout the Mardi Gras season (beginning on Jan. 6, Epiphany, and ending on Fat Tuesday, the day before Ash Wednesday) to celebrate the three kings. It is one of the few desserts that I know of that people base an entire party around. The tradition is that one person [...]

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Meme: The Chain Letter of the Blogging World

I was tagged by Cuppycakes of I Heart Cuppycakes to participate in a meme. A meme, in the blog world, is an opportunity to reveal something about yourself and then request that x many other bloggers do the same. I see it as a blog chain letter. Meme Vs Chain Letter Why Memes Are Better [...]

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Another Wedding: It’s Nuts!

A Story From the Past Seven years ago, there was an event in St. Louis called Drink Exchange. The Drink Exchange concept was that by buying drinks for random strangers you would make new friends and business contacts. I don’t drink, but back then, I needed some new friends so I went as a way [...]

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Sweet Success

At dinner one night in early 2006, some good friends mentioned that they were trying to decide where to buy cupcakes for their wedding. I surprised myself and others at the table by offering to bake for them (I had never baked a cupcake before – ever!). My friends surprised me by accepting. Their wedding [...]

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9 Hours = 250 Unfrosted Cupcakes

For the Statisticians: It takes 0.46296296296296296296296296296296 minutes to bake an unfrosted cupcake. My mom, who teaches math, is cringing as she reads this. My Florida math minor friend is also cringing. That isn’t a guess though, she is sitting next to me. “Math doesn’t work that way.” Reality Check: Even if you choose to accept [...]

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The Shopping is Done, Today I Bake

The big day is Monday! I can’t believe it will be here so soon. I took a stab at how much of everything I would need and headed to Whole Foods to shop. Others might have actually calculated this all out, but that just seemed like way too much work. I had things on my [...]

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