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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Nothing Fluffy About Next Month's SF Food Wars' Mini Cupcake Clash

Posted By on Tue, Sep 22, 2009 at 4:27 PM

click to enlarge They only look girlie. - ORANGE COUNTY GIRL/FLICKR
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  • They only look girlie.
Last time around it was a sick-ass slog through 20 versions of mac and cheese sportin' blue cheese, fatback -- even miso. But SF Food Wars' next throwdown centers around a food group altogether sweeter and kitten-fluffier: cupcakes. Mini ones, which might make the October 18 at Stable Cafe (2128 Folsom at 17th St.) seem practically adorable.

Don't count on it.

SF Food Wars Mini Cupcake Clash promises to be just as pointy-elbow brutal as the Mac Battle Royale w/ Cheese. Today, SFFW sent out a call for entries -- amateurs and professionals alike are welcome to battle (drop an e-mail to heyyou@sffoodwars.com - go to sffoodwars.com first to see what info to include). A potentially nauseating twist: You can enter savories, if you think they'll be irresistible to the judges, who include SFoodie contributor Tamara Palmer and Gobba Gobba Hey's Steven Gdula.

Event tickets ($10) go on sale next Monday, September 28 at noon. Clear your calendar, since you'll have to e-mail pretty much precisely at noon -- only 170 tix are available. They're guaranteed to go like mini cupcakes.

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