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Hayley Kuchta, owner of Hayley Cakes of Bloomsburg, left, describes her autumn-themed cupcake entries to judges Monica Madeja, WBRE-TV; Chad Spencer, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins mascot Tux; Paul Dombrowski, director of sales, Acosta food service company; and Malcolm Halliday, CEC, business review manager/executive chef, Sysco Inc. food service company, during NEPA Cupcake Wars II at Vanderlyn's Restaurant in Kingston on Monday afternoon. Six professional and six amateur bakers were required to make 36 cupcakes with a choice of three flavors, three fillings, and three toppings. They were judged according to taste, and design and display creativity. The event is meant to promote education for professional and amateur bakers with proceeds going to a scholarship fund for students in culinary school.
Hayley Kuchta, owner of Hayley Cakes of Bloomsburg, left, describes her autumn-themed cupcake entries to judges Monica Madeja, WBRE-TV; Chad Spencer, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins mascot Tux; Paul Dombrowski, director of sales, Acosta food service company; and Malcolm Halliday, CEC, business review manager/executive chef, Sysco Inc. food service company, during NEPA Cupcake Wars II at Vanderlyn's Restaurant in Kingston on Monday afternoon. Six professional and six amateur bakers were required to make 36 cupcakes with a choice of three flavors, three fillings, and three toppings. They were judged according to taste, and design and display creativity. The event is meant to promote education for professional and amateur bakers with proceeds going to a scholarship fund for students in culinary school.
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Hayley Kuchta, owner of Hayley Cakes of Bloomsburg, left, describes her autumn-themed cupcake entries to judges Monica Madeja, WBRE-TV; Chad Spencer, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins mascot Tux; Paul Dombrowski, director of sales, Acosta food service company; and Malcolm Halliday, CEC, business review manager/executive chef, Sysco Inc. food service company, during NEPA Cupcake Wars II at Vanderlyn’s Restaurant in Kingston on Monday afternoon. Six professional and six amateur bakers were required to make 36 cupcakes with a choice of three flavors, three fillings, and three toppings. They were judged according to taste, and design and display creativity. The event is meant to promote education for professional and amateur bakers with proceeds going to a scholarship fund for students in culinary school.


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