NORTH BROOKLYN TAKES THE CAKE! Sat May 18th. 6-9pm. Brooklyn Kitchen. 100 Frost
Is your cupcake the best in North Brooklyn?
Then time is now to throw down your best cupcake and earn bragging rights! Come compete with some of the best baking Brooklyn has to offer for a good cause–supporting grassroots environmental & social justice activism! Join NAG (Neighbors Allied for Good Growth) & our friends at the Brooklyn Kitchen this Saturday for this epic cupcake cookoff!
$15 to compete, eat & drink
This is North Brooklyn, so we know the competition will run deep. Our esteemed judges will be Jen G. ofGreenpointers, Ovenly Head Baker Hannah Duke, Carmen Rodriguez of Brooklyn Cupcake and Councilmember Diana Reyna!
Contest categories include People’s Choice, Best Overall, Best Presentation, Best Savory, & Best Vegan! Contestants will be bringing 2 dozen cupcakes; Registration for competition can be found as part of the brown paper ticket process linked above. For more info, email or call the office (email@example.com / 718.384.2248)
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Join up today with all these other home-cook extraordinaires in this fun competition to see who Takes the (Cup)cake in North Brooklyn!! Support NAG by eating cupcakes!!
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