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The Flying Cupcake

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The Feed: FoxGardin, Geraldine’s Supper Club, And More

FoxGardin Kitchen & Ale moves into the Sun King Spirits compound. Plus: Shark cupcakes!

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The Feed: Three Carrots Gets A Move On, And The Flying Cupcake Plays Reindeer Games

Vegetarian favorite Three Carrots shoots for a December opening on Virginia Avenue.

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Hot On The Trails: Indy’s Central Canal Towpath

“The soft surface is a welcome deviation from pounding the pavement,” says Fox 59’s Larra Overton, a former college track athlete. “Especially when training for longer distances like the Monumental Marathon, extended trails with a variety of terrain and scenery are crucial.”

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Swoon List: Firebirds, The Flying Cupcake, Open Society, and More

Roselyn Bakery’s sugar cookies reborn, Open Society’s filet mignon, brawny potato wedges, and more.

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Eat Sheet: Grass Fed Coffee, The Broad Ripple Winter Market, and More

Indy dining news this week includes a former local food truck operator’s new business, a Flying Cupcake and Dancing Donut mash-up, and the Broad Ripple Winter Market.

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Drawing Attention: Indy’s Premier Chalk Artists

Two local artists—many artistic menus.

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Eat Sheet: The Dancing Donut, Jonathan Brooks, and More

SoBro gets a new doughnut shop, and Milktooth head chef Jonathan Brooks is recognized by a national food magazine.

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Hot List 1.30.15

Stemware that rocks, same-sex tea towels, cashmere treats, and more.

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Indy Businesses Tackle Deflategate Scandal

Local shopportunities benefiting from Deflategate 2015. Have you seen more out there? Tell us.

Kate Drury, owner of The Flying Cupcake, will open The Dancing Donut in March.
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Eat Sheet: The Dancing Donut, Collaborative Supper Clubs, and More

The Flying Cupcake’s owner plans to open a new sweets spot, and John Adams will collaborate with his former H2O Sushi colleagues.

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At Home: Kate Drury's Kitchen

She opened The Flying Cupcake in 2007. Now, the confectionery expert prefers to whip up indulgent treats at her northside abode in this dreamy space.

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The New Indy Must-Do List: Eat This

So you’ve munched on corn at the Indiana State Fair and had your mouth set afire by a certain shrimp-cocktail sauce. But what are the modern-day rites of passage? We have answers.

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Food Ink: Tasty Tattoos

Think you love food? These fans of flavor display their food-related tattoos and explain the significance behind them.

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Revamp: Mass Ave's Tini Consumes Flying Cupcake Space

Owner Brad Kime intends to up the ante by introducing a front patio area with 24 seats, a small dance floor, wall cutouts to connect patrons between the two rooms, double-pane front windows apt to open in April 2014, and more.

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Flying Colors: TFC Raw

Sweet treats get plenty of attention during the spring and summer party circuits. But ask for a gluten-free or dairy-free cupcake, and you’re bound to be let down by dry, fun-free substitutes. Not for long—The Flying Cupcake (TFC) has a plan for Celiac disease sufferers and nondairy doers. Starting May 1st, Indiana-based baking entrepreneur Kate Bova Drury will reopen her Illinois Street spot (5617 N. Illinois St.) as TFC Raw, devoted to gluten-free and dairy-free cupcakes. Using a special blend of flours containing tapioca flour, potato starch, and brown rice flour (and, in some recipes, almond meal), allergy-trained bakers will devote all of the ovens and an entire display case to 5 to 12 varieties of cupcakes (and even a flour-free peanut butter and chocolate chip cookie).

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