No. 89: Pink Vanilla Cupcakes from House of Sweets
What makes a great cupcake? There's proper density, of course. "A good cupcake should be fluffy, not dense like a muffin or banana bread," explains House of Sweets' baker extraordinaire, Amanda Ginther. But what about the frosting? "The icing should be made with real butter and vanilla," she continues. House of Sweets' cupcakes have all those traits and more: The luscious,
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intensely flavored confections are slightly sticky to the touch and topped
with a buttery cap of downy frosting as airy and light as
it is buttery/sweet. The cakes are sold from the back of House of Vintage, a 1920s cottage in Delray Beach that hocks retro duds. Coupled with the nifty setting, one of those pink vanilla cupcakes and a cold glass of milk is just about heaven. Plus they're just so goddamned cute and a steal at $1.75 a pop.
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