Been itching to get back into the Food Eating Challenge game but unsuccessful in finding one that combines your love of competition and hyperglycemia? Today's your lucky day. Crumbs Cupcakes is back and not only will it be offering its cupcake the size of 9 Costco-sized sheet cakes, but even more ticking time bombs of sugar just begging to consumed under time constraints by your investment banking analyst or hedge fund intern of choice.
Speaking after the hearing, Scott Fischer of Oklahoma-based Fischer Enterprises said seven Crumbs locations are expected to open next month, with others opening in a staggered process after that. The stores will still depend on Crumbs' well-known cupcakes, Mr. Fischer said, but will also incorporate other food brands that the investor group owns. Mr. Lemonis, the host of a CNBC reality show aimed at saving struggling companies, has a stake in several dessert companies that he acquired through the show.
The details are scant re: what other items will be available on the new menu, but you can probably expect Volkswagen-bus sized croissants, donuts that can be wheeled down the street, bagels that double as hula-hoops, and chocolate milk sold by the trough.