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Win Tickets to Las Olas Wine & Food Festival and New Times Cupcake Battle

Clean Plate Charlie is excited to announce the first-ever New Times Cupcake Battle as part of the 2011 Las Olas Wine & Food Festival!

On Friday, April 29, from 7:30 to 10 p.m. the baking gloves come off when participating bakeries compete for the esteemed title of best cupcake.

More good news: YOU can be a part of it! Yes, Clean Plate Charlie readers will win a pair of tickets (value of $100 each) to the Las Olas Wine & Food Festival and New Times Cupcake Battle.

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Judges provided by New Times will evaluate cupcakes and select winners

in two categories: Best Tasting and Best

Decorated. Guests of the festival will also get a chance to vote for the

cupcake that most tickled their palate in the "Fan Favorite" category.



The celebrated annual Las Olas Wine & Food Festival returns with

culinary delights from more than 60 South Florida restaurants, 45 tables

of wine and micro brews, cocktails in the Bombay Sapphire Lounge, and

live music. The street festival has become a vital fund-raising event with

all proceeds benefiting the American Lung Association in Florida.

A total of three pairs of tickets to this exciting event will be awarded right here on Clean

Plate Charlie. Be sure to check the blog daily for a chance to win

tickets to the Las Olas Wine & Food Festival and the Cupcake Battle!



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