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Vegan Cupcakes Take Over Moo Shoes! (Oct. 26)

Cupcakes have been the it dessert for a couple of years now and their appeal seems to spread beyond the palate. The cute confections are idolized on practically every other handmade hipster item on Etsy and Johnny Cupcakes Clothing is quite a sucess.

Vegans are not missing a beat on this trend. Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terry Hope Romero, the sugar-and-spice mavens of the superpopular Post Punk Kitchen cooking show and website, have just released Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World: 75 Dairy-Free Recipes for Cupcakes that Rule (Marlowe & Company).

Celebrate the launch of this book with a party at Moo Shoes! There will be a cupcake cooking demo, a book signing, and refreshments. The event, which is co-hosted by Satya magazine, Marlowe & Company, and Moo Shoes, starts at 7pm, but plan to get there early if you want libations and propietary rights to elbow room.

Thursday, October 26. 7-9pm. Moo Shoes, 152 Allen Street (at Rivington Street). F,V train to 2nd Avenue.


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    though we are miles and miles away our sugary hearts are with you in NYC. eat a cupcake, try on some shoes and know we love you all…cupcake makers, supervegan makers and the lot.
    josh and michelle and ruby bird.

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    frank language

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    I kept sidling up to the table last night, praying, “Please let this be the last cupcake I eat;” I must have had six or seven. I had forgotten last night was going to be the book signing, and had gone to Tiengarden for Chinese food just before. Fortunately I had had them pack up half of the food to go!

    Of course I got a copy of the book and asked them to autograph it. “Who should I sign it to?” asked Isa (or Terry; I don’t have cable and have never seen their show.)

    “Write ‘To my good friend Frank,'” I smirked; I can never keep a straight face when I say that.

    Well, anyway…a lot of people on my Xmas/holiday list are getting cupcakes this year. “The gift that keeps on giving,” said Terry (or Isa.)