Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Next in the "Interviews from Cakeland" Series, Georgetown Cupcake "DC Cupcakes"

It's been months since our last Interview in the "Interviews from Cakeland" Series on the blog and I miss doing them. Cakes have happened, Life has happened, we can all relate I'm sure. My latest interview practically fell in my lap, courtesy of Rick's and my involvement in the TLC Cake Crew. One of the many benefits of being in the TLC Cake Crew is being given exclusive opportunities like advance screenings of shows, participation in contests and an opportunity to interview the talent in their shows. After seeing a sneak peek of the upcoming TLC show "DC Cupcakes" premiering Friday, July 16th at 10 PM (EST/PT) and visiting the website of Georgetown Cupcake who is the focus of the show, I jumped on the opportunity to interview sisters Sophie LaMontagne and Katherine Kallinis, owners of Georgetown Cupcake. I was dying to learn more about how the sisters started their business and how they went from making 1,000 cupcakes a day in DC's first cupcakery to 5,000, yes FIVE THOUSAND a day which they presently make. Unless the day is Valentine's Day when they make TEN THOUSAND cupcakes! Learn about their most bizarre cupcake creation as well as their favorite flavors, hottest cupcake trends and their recipe for success!

Starting Thursday, July 15th we will post my 2-part interview with Sophie and Katherine on the blog. In the meantime be sure to check out their site Georgetown Cupcake and information on their new series "DC Cupcakes" on TLC. If you are in the D.C. area stop in and eat one of their luscious cupcakes. Please eat one or three for me too!

To read other "Interviews from Cakeland", they are archived on our sidebar or you can click here.


Jenniffer said...

OMG! 10,000 cupcakes in a day?!? I think my poor oven (and brain) would explode!!

cakelava said...

Tell me about it. We can't even wrap our heads around the idea of 10,000 cupcakes, much less on Valentine's Day!

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