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October 4, 2012
What You'll Get
Most dessert-related injuries result from accidental fork stabbings as friends fight for the best slice of cake. Avoid another four-pronged fracases with today’s Groupon: for $19, you get one dozen cupcakes at Icing On My Cake in Scottsdale (a $38 value).
Icing On My Cake’s confectioner, Taras, draws upon formal European art schooling to infuse each of his cup-size canvases with equal parts flavor and fluff. Specializing in the British and Australian schools of cake decoration, Taras makes a compelling case for knighthood with such flavors as chocolate mocha, coconut cream, carrot spice, and classic vanilla. With a flair for style that defies their diminutive size, many cupcakes wear elaborate crowns of frosting decorated to resemble flowers, pooches, and metropolitan bus stations. Each miniature masterpiece is handmade with quality ingredients and sugar-free or kosher substitutes upon request. Customers must place their orders at least 24 hours in advance, allowing Taras time to select the perfect flavor and design combination from his vast collection of cupcake still-lifes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Carryout only. Must order at least 24hr in advance. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Icing on My Cake
Taras Slipka brings something unique to the cakes that he crafts and decorates: an art degree. Drawing from training in Europe, Slipka uses his subtle, classically trained touch to transform delectable French-style pastries into stunning masterpieces. Dozens of styles and flavors cater to any occasion requiring a formally decorated pastry, from weddings to anniversaries to birthdays. Leaving the actual baking and cake construction out, Slipka's decoration classes use fake cakes. This allows pupils to focus solely on the frosting application, creating lifelike calla lilies or roses, perfect for training your dog to devour your nemesis’s flower garden.