CupcakeCamp was featured in the Boston Globe on April 14th.
She takes the cupcake
Elizabeth Ginsburg is the organizer of Boston CupcakeCamp, which will feature 70 amateur bakers and at least 10 to 15 professional bakers, bakeries, and caterers. (Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff)
By Courtney Hollands Globe Staff / April 14, 2010
What’s small, crowd-pleasing, and frosted all over? A cupcake, of course. Get your fill of these sugary confections at CupcakeCamp tomorrow night at P.A.’s Lounge in Somerville. The informal gathering started in San Francisco in 2008, and has since spread to Montreal, Philadelphia, and even Adelaide, Australia. The CupcakeCamp concept is simple: Amateur and professional bakers make cupcakes to share, and attendees eat them. Elizabeth Ginsburg, 23, knew she had to organize one in Boston after nibbling her way through New York’s inaugural camp last spring. We chatted with the Porter Square resident and self-described foodie (she tweets@FreeFoodBoston) about the event and cream cheese frosting.
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