Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Vicious and Virtuous

On April 17th, 2010 20 bakers will go head to head at Vicious & Virtuous Hoboken, NJ's 1st annual bake off fundraiser to benefit Autism Speaks.

We will have a panel of super cool judges who will decide winners in a few different categories and then a "best in show" winner that will be picked by our guests.

Our confirmed super cool judges are:
Bryan Petroff & Doug Quint of the Big Gay Ice Cream Truck http://www.biggayicecreamtruck.com/
Niko Triantafillou of Dessert Buzz blog http://www.dessertbuzz.com
Lev Ekster of the Cupcake Stop
Jerome Chang of Dessert Truck Works
Thomas DeGeest of Wafels and Dinges

Tickets to the event will be $20 each with all proceeds going to Autism Speaks.

Your ticket gets you a plate and a fork and you get to wander around and taste all the yummy goodness our bakers have brought with them.

The ticket will also act as a raffle ticket and at the end of the day we will draw numbers for prizes.


Do you think you're the best baker in all the land? Do you make the meanest cupcakes in the tri state area? Does your family rave about your cookies? Pals lust for your brownies? Co workers drool over your crumble?

Now is the time to put your baked goods where your mouth is!
On Saturday April 17th Cupcake Hussy will be sponsoring a bake off beat down to benefit our walk team Team Brian The Lion and Autism Speaks.

Pit your best effort against those of your peers. (Peers?! More like underlings!)
The winner will walk away with the satisfaction of having romped all over his or her competition,a tummy full of yummy baked goods & the warm fuzzies knowing they helped a really good cause.

We will also have a creative cupcakes area just for kids where they get to decorate their own cupcakes as well as a cupcake eating contest!!!

Our website is now up and running and you can enter the bake off there as well as get more information.

To make a donation to Autism Speaks through our walk team "Team Brian The Lion" or for more information on Autism Speaks or Autism Spectrum Disorders please go here:


Lyns said...

So glad you popped by the giveaway, I normally do not contact everyone that enters but you are unique in that you are involved in Autism speaks! I have two Autistic sons and head up the Bake Up Awareness for Autism campaign every October in Winnipeg. I was very proud to read this!

Diana said...

My youngest son is on the Spectrum and so I do all that I can to raise funds but more importantly awareness.
I'm doing this event and I'm also part of Team Up! with Autism Speaks for the TD Bank 5 boro bike ride here in NYC. 42 miles!
I'm sure before it's all over I'll do a couple other fund raising events as well!