Gwendy's Goodies wins Cupcake Throwdown at Umbrella Market

By  | 

Gwendy's Goodies of Ayden won Wednesday's Cupcake Throwdown at the Umbrella Market in Uptown Greenville.

Gwendy Yiznitsky presented her winning lemon blueberry cupcake--a lemon cupcake with blueberries in the batter and a lemon-flavored cream cheese frosting, with a blueberry on top.

There were ten entries into this contest.

The next throwdown is Wednesday, July 26. The theme has not yet been announced.

The Umbrella Market takes place every Wednesday in the summer at Five Points Plaza in Greenville. It features produce from local farmers, vendors and more.

For more details, click here.



Previous Story
The Wednesday Throwdown pitting area restaurants' and vendors' best tacos against each other ended with a victory for the Dickinson Avenue Public House.

There were 12 entries in this throwdown.

The winning recipe included smoked brisket, pickled cabbage, shrimp ceviche, house hot sauce, avacado crema and cotija cheese.

The next throwdown is Wednesday, June 28. The ingredient has not yet been announced.

The Umbrella Market takes place every Wednesday in the summer at Five Points Plaza in Greenville. It features produce from local farmers, vendors and more.

For more details, click here.



Previous Story
The Umbrella Market in Uptown Greenville is bringing back its Food Throwdowns.

The first throwdown of the season is Wednesday, May 31 in search of the best taco. Local vendors and restaurants will put their top taco to the test of judges and the public.

Seventy-five tickets will be sold to the public for $10 each. The ticket will allow you to sample the entries and vote on your favorite.

This is the third year for the throwdowns. Last year's featured ingredients included bacon, cookies, veggies and food on a stick.

The winner of the throwdown will show off their creation and revel in the bragging rights on Thursday morning on WITN News at Sunrise.

The Umbrella Market takes place every Wednesday in the summer at Five Points Plaza in Greenville. It features produce from local farmers, vendors and more.

For more details, click here.