We suppose this means the almighty cupcake isn't going away anytime soon.
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East Passyunk Ave. will soon be bookended with sweets shops.
If anything the inaugural Vendy Awards shows that Philly has amassed a pretty impressive fleet of food trucks in little more than a year.
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The closure is the first in a series of steps to relocate the bakery.
While pie may not be catching on as predicted, the time seems right for doughnuts.
While cupcake trucks are a plenty on the streets, we've yet to spot a pie truck.
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Pie, which had a very strong showing in 2010, is said to be another of 2011's hot trends.
Make $3 donation to Feed America, and get a free cupcake.
The 10 Arts pastry chef has a sweet spot for the Phillies.
Both trucks are said to have been operating outside of L&I rules.
The city is confiscating cupcake trucks; are the disobedient cupcake entrepreneurs to blame?