MacDougall's Cakes Take Victory in Reader Poll

The Malvern-based company can be found at local farmers markets and events.

Earlier in the week, we asked about where to find the around, and when the polls closed at 9 a.m. Friday, MacDougall's Irish Victory Cakes had lived up to their name. The Malvern-based company that travels to local farmers markets and other events claimed 60 percent of the vote, beating out runner-up Dixie Picnic's trademarked "upcakes," which drew 16 percent.

Reader was responsible for getting MacDougall's on the ballot, posting:

MacDougall's Irish Victory cakes are great!

A comment from backed Dia Dolce—another traveling vendor who was added to the poll—but expressed an affinity for MacDougall's, too:

What about Dia Dolce cupcakes. To me these cupcakes far out rank your poll selections. MacDougall's ranks right up there for me.

Thanks to everyone who voted!

Pete Kennedy April 20, 2012 at 07:34 PM
Last I heard the Great Valley market will not return. But the East Goshen market, which is a stone's throw from Willistown, is back in effect. Anyone know of others in the Malvern area?
Jennifer Ruddy April 21, 2012 at 11:19 AM
Where is the East Goshen market held?
Pat burns April 22, 2012 at 04:26 PM
These are the beast cakes I ever had! I sell them in my stores and can't keep them in stock!! Congrats.
Pete Kennedy April 22, 2012 at 05:12 PM
Hi Pat, What's your store?
Pete Kennedy April 22, 2012 at 05:18 PM
Hi Jennifer, it's held Thursdays in East Goshen Township Park on Paoli Pike, a stone's throw from the Willistown border. The outdoor market kicks off its season May 3. Check out our event listing for more info and video profiles of many of the vendors: http://patch.com/E-lFGw


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