The Cookstock Recipe Contest

Bookstock, Michigan’s largest used book and media sale, invites amateur bakers across Michigan to submit their recipe to the Best Cupcake Ever Contest!

THE GRAND PRIZE
THE WINNING CUPCAKE WILL BE FEATURED AT GOOD CAKES AND BAKES!

The winning cupcake will be featured at Good Cakes and Bakes, Detroit’s hottest new bakery, which is owned by Detroit natives April Anderson and Michelle Anderson, who have baked for Oprah Winfrey!

In addition, the winner and chefs will make the Best Cupcake winner on WDIV Local 4’s “Live In the D.”!

The second place winner will get a tabletop convection oven.

For the first time this year, Bookstock is offering a prize just for coming out to hear who won! Bookstock patrons can get a ticket with their purchase from April 22, when Bookstock opens, through 4 p.m. April 25, to enter a drawing for a wine fridge! But you must bring your ticket to Cookstock by 4 p.m. April 25for the drawing, and you must be present to win.

CELEBRITY JUDGES

A celebrity judging panel featuring Anderson, Detroit Free Press restaurant critic Mark Kurlyandchik and Detroit Free Press food writer Sue Selasky will judge the contest. Local news stars Carolyn Clifford (WXYZ-TV 7), Sherry Margolis (FOX2) and Tati Amare (WDIV Local 4) will join Bookstock sponsor Sue Morse and Bookstock Honorary Co-Chair Rochelle Riley to announce the winners at 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 25 at Laurel Park Place in Livonia.

RECIPE ENTRIES

Complete Cookstock rules and an entry form can be downloaded here. Send your recipe and the entry form to cookstock18@gmail.com by midnight April 8. Cookstock is a part of Bookstock, which runs April 22-29 at Livonia’s Laurel Park Place. Marking 15 years of supporting the need to read, Bookstock has generated nearly $2 million for literacy and education projects throughout Oakland County and Detroit.

Cookstock is a part of Bookstock, which runs April 22-29 at Livonia’s Laurel Park Place. Marking 15 years of supporting the need to read, Bookstock has generated nearly $2 million for literacy and education projects throughout Oakland County and Detroit.

For more information, contact Beverly Phillips at 248-203-1527 or phillips@jfmd.org.