Saturday, May 7 at 8:30 PM • The Odditorium
1045 Haywood Rd, Asheville, North Carolina 28806
THIS JUST IN: Some cook-offs are just inherently more awesome than others, and this one might be the most awesome of them all.
Girly Girl Revue is hosting a bake off!
An Easy-Bake bake off!
Bring a baked item from home and our panel of judges will pick the top 4 contestants to move on to compete!
There will be 3 rounds
Burlesque during cook time (since it takes a while to cook something with a light bulb)
and the winner goes home with notoriety and a cash prize of $100!
So whether you want to compete, or just watch the craziness ensue, come join the Girly Girls at The Odditorium on May 7th for the Pasties & Pastries: Easy-Bake Bake Off!
Doors open at 8:30pm – Show starts at 9pm
Hello Stu!Thanks again for joining us for this event! It’s going to be a lot of fun! We’ll be doing baking themed burlesque acts during the bake times for each round and will have one of our girls running around interviewing the contestants, judges, etc à la Iron Chef! We will have anyone that wants to compete bring a baked item from home and the judges will pick the top 4 people to move on to compete with the Easy-Bake’s. There will be 3 rounds and the final winner goes home with $100 and bragging rights ;)
Here is the link to the event page, https://www.facebook.com/events/1723238474587665/Looking forward to it!—
Deb au Nare
ABOVE: Burlesque performer Deb au Nare, photo shoot for The Girly Girl Revue, photo by Hannah Combs Photography
BELOW: A little promotional video that was posted to the Girly Girl Revue FaceBook page. You have to be logged in to FaceBook to watch it.
Yeah, no, Hell no, ya don’t turn down an invite from a burlesque troupe… to do anything… ever… so I’ll see you there!.
Stu Helm is an artist, writer, and podcaster living in Asheville, NC, and a frequent diner at local restaurants, cafes, food trucks, and the like. His tastes run from hot dogs and mac ‘n’ cheese, to haute cuisine, and his opinions are based on a lifetime of eating out. He began writing about food strictly to amuse his friends on Facebook.