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Calling all Cupcake Tasters!!!!

CALLING ALL CUPCAKE TASTERS IN CLEVELAND!!!!!!!!


VST is having a casting call for a promotional video on the desserts in Cleveland. 

Do you love dessert?  Do you love cupcakes?  We need every kind of cupcake conisseur, regular, vegan, chocolate, vanilla, small and large cupcake tasters???  There are going to be many different categories so don't be scared if you have a preference.  We want you!  Vegan Sweet Tooth is filming a promotional video of the taste off of cupcakes, and filming your reactions.  We will interview you on your passion for dessert, have you do a variety of different tastings, and see which you like the best.  Be aware, you may eat delicious desserts!  If you have the below qualities please send us your contact information... 

1. You have a love of all things sweet. 

2. You have no problems eating different desserts, Vegan, Non Vegan, Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry...etc.

3. You aren't scared of being on camera, with your natural reactions...good or bad :) 

4. You are a nice person. 

If you are interested in being involved in one of the most fun videos being filmed in Cleveland send us your contact information.  Place "Cupcake Taster" in the subject line of the email, and include your Name, Phone, and Email to info@vegansweettooth.com.  

27 comments (Add your own)

1. Kira Pilat wrote:
I am a vegan who discovered your place when I was playing my cello at one of the Eaton galleries last Spring for an Art show /sale presented by our students of the Monarch School for Children with Autism of Bellefaire Jewish Children's Bureau. I am the Music Therapist with Monarch of BJCB, and I LOVE CUPCAKES, and would be honored to participate in your video! I am also very involved with animal rights and animal welfare. I can be reached by email, or at 440-477-3123! CHEERS, and bless you for the awareness you are raising and the DELICIOUS food you create! xxoxoxo

Sat, February 11, 2012 @ 7:39 AM

2. Shawndra Maxey wrote:
I am a cupcake fanatic. I love all things desserts. Have something sweet every day - (no it's not good for the waist line). I'm ALWAYS, did I say always? Always searching for the next best cupcake. Cake, frosting, fillings, OH MY!.

I LOVE CUPCAKES and I would LOVE to be taste taster for Vegan Sweet Tooth. Who cares about the video, it's the cupcakes I'm after!!! The video, is an added bonus ;-.) I can be reache by email or phone (216.315.5417) or skype, if you like. Just call.

Thu, February 16, 2012 @ 5:55 AM

3. Laura Tomanek wrote:
Hello! I LOVE sweets and so does my husband. We are interested in being cupcake tasters for your video. I sent an email with all of my contact info. Thank you :)

Thu, February 16, 2012 @ 9:40 AM

4. Pedro wrote:
I watned to second Jess' comment, absolutely impressed by your commitment to serve every customer and then admit to and address any problems so they don't happen again, great work!

Mon, February 27, 2012 @ 4:44 PM

5. Uzias wrote:
Yes and Yes! To keep these wrprpeas bright, I slipped them into a second wrapper after I baked them. I've never heard of StayBrite liners. I'll have to check it out!

Mon, February 27, 2012 @ 8:33 PM

6. Rona wrote:
I loovoe donuts, so I cannot wait to try those! (I have to eat dairy free, but donuts are pretty much my favorite food, so it would be great if these rocked.)

Mon, February 27, 2012 @ 10:07 PM

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8. Yaseen wrote:
Ah, gong into my 5th carb free week on one of those silly shake diets and NO CUPCAKES. Oh but I do drool over them in their fuicsha and aqua frostings that smell of such delectable things as caramel and raspberries. Oh and when they top them with fresh berries or sauce, uh, how can one resist?Our farmers market has a booth with miniature, ok not just miniature, but tiny cupcake bites. Amazing but as for my carb free diet I totally passed on the chocolate cupcake yesterday with the peanut butter icing. The smell was amazing, but there was no way I was going to ruin the 4 weeks of hard work I'd just put in. (Totally worth it!)

Tue, February 28, 2012 @ 2:59 AM

9. Elly wrote:
My Mum was cfhefud to bits with the beautiful daisy decorated lemon cake you made for her birthday. I would usually have made a cake, but circumstances this year meant I had no time, and having tasted your cupcakes in Hooray Henry's it was really great that you were able to rise to the challenge and deliver such a lovely birthday cake in only a few days. I've showed the picture I took to loads of friends and colleagues end result we frequently go to enjoy your cooking at the Shabby Chic cafe on Fridays now!

Tue, February 28, 2012 @ 7:02 AM

10. Nicoleta wrote:
I'm interested in being a cupcake taster!

Tue, February 28, 2012 @ 11:59 AM

11. xxnekostoryxx wrote:
Once upon a time, I turned pages for Jamie when he performed the Kreutzer Sonata at a studio class. This was before I played it myself, so I was unfamiliar with the theme & variations movement. There's one particular variation which is 2 straight pages of 16th notes, and 2 repeats. I made the mistake of glancing away from the page for a second, and discovered to my horror when I looked back that I couldn't remember a) where we were, and b) whether we had done the repeats. I ended up half-standing & hovering for what seemed like an eternity, with Jamie kindly giving me subtle no shakes and finally a clear yes nod.Then there was the time that I turned for a friend playing in a vocal recital @ Scotiafest. He asked me at the last minute as a favour, so I accepted, forgetting that I was battling the remnants of a nasty cough. There's nothing like being on stage and NOT BEING ALLOWED TO COUGH that will make you want to cough up a lung. I managed to get through the entire thing without once coughing during a piece, but then had a friend in the audience comment on the odd expression on my face at various times.

Tue, February 28, 2012 @ 7:38 PM

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15. Fernanda wrote:
Being a perfectionist can stop eplpoe following their dreams; the fear of not being able to do their chosen task to the best of their ability so they simply don't do it at all. I'm glad you didn't do that with your cupcakes as they are the best I've ever tasted. You've done the best thing you can do given that this was last week. I think it would be wise to have a nutrition' section on your website with details of your regular cupcakes vegan, gluten free, nut free etc. and perhaps have a laminated copy of this in the stores for eplpoe to refer to should they chose to and indeed, any staff that may be new can check it out if they are asked a question regarding allergens. It's done now, let's fix it and move on.

Thu, March 8, 2012 @ 1:18 AM

16. Rock wrote:
bridgette - I made these and I haven't had a whole cupcake yet (I made a mini vosrien with the center i cut out, a little bit of cookie dough, and frosting) but these are VERY yummy. I have to say I didn't think any of the parts themselves were super, but together they are awesome.Only complaint is that the recipe makes way too much cookie dough filling and frosting for the amount of cupcakes it made, probably almost double. I froze those two things to hopefully make another batch in the future. THANKS!!February 16, 2011 10:40 pm[]

Thu, March 8, 2012 @ 2:03 AM

17. blangsak wrote:
Steph - I just finished iamkng them for a first birthday party (I did half with the mini chocolate chip cookies on top, half with little fondant toppers with 1! on it in brown, white, and blue. The tan icing really tied everything together.) and I'm so excited for them to try it and get their reaction. I've never made brown sugar buttercream before, AMAZING! I seriously couldn't believe how delicious it was, I can't wait to try it again with other cupcakes. I did think the cake itself was a little dry and dense, not sure why since in every single other review no one mentions this so I'm assuming it was something I did, even though I followed the recipe exactly, still possible though! Honestly I only thought the cupcake was too dry and dense when I was testing one plain, once filled and topped with the buttercream there's no way anyone would say it was too dry. Thanks again for posting this!June 5, 2011 8:47 am[]

Thu, March 8, 2012 @ 3:16 AM

18. NengAnthy wrote:
also in regards to diavds comments, i love yummy cupcakes, they have an old fashioned home feel, im sorry yummy isnt your typical starbucks replica like the other horrible cupcake shops. if you have to take to making those comments you must be a loser who voices himeself online because he cant in real life, not that you would even take the time to research before you open your mouth, but most of the bakers are culinary school graduates and college kids. it is funny how people tend to make comments to make themselves feel big because they are so little in real life!

Thu, March 8, 2012 @ 6:15 AM

19. Gulfiya wrote:
My DD14 I tried to do the challenge udirng our 8 day trip at the beginning of June and we failed. We had the white elephant (AK), the marble red velvet (Starring Rolls), chocolate caramel (Epcot). We were supposed to get the carrot cake at Roaring Forks but they were out. And on our 2nd return to Starring Rolls for the other 2 cupcakes, they had already closed. (FYI they close @ 4:00). As for the Boardwalk, I had a Dory moment just completely forgot when we were there for dinner. A damper to our success was we were also on the DxDDP, so we weren't even hungry for cupcakes. We carried them around, they'd get smashed a bit, then we'd eat then for a late night snack or breakfast. Her friends back home were jealous though! DD14 did enjoy the fact that I let her eat so much sugar. But why wasn't Babycakes on the stop? Not that I would have remembered or had room to eat

Thu, March 8, 2012 @ 9:48 AM

20. Rayy wrote:
My Mum was chuffed to bits with the eibutaful daisy decorated lemon cake you made for her birthday. I would usually have made a cake, but circumstances this year meant I had no time, and having tasted your cupcakes in Hooray Henry's it was really great that you were able to rise to the challenge and deliver such a lovely birthday cake in only a few days. I've showed the picture I took to loads of friends and colleagues end result we frequently go to enjoy your cooking at the Shabby Chic cafe9 on Fridays now!

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25. Hiwet wrote:
CB - Hi Annie! I brought these to a BBQ hgniott and they were a big hit! Great recipe . thanks! I ran out of apple filling with about 6 cupcakes left. I wasn't sure if my apples were too small (they looked pretty big though) of if my cones were too deep. Either way . they tasted great and I'll just use 4 apples next time.May 31, 2010 1:20 am[]Annie Reply:May 31st, 2010 at 3:18 amHi CB,Glad you enjoyed them. I think for these cupcakes I tend to go with a wide, shallow cone so the filling is really visible at the top of the cupcake and people know what it is. Sorry you were short on the filling, but glad they were a hit![]

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