Science has now answered life's most important question: How do you cut a cake so perfectly that each slice brings a tear to the eye? (Because the cake is moist.) (Also because you made it with onions because you're an awful human being.)
In the new issue of GQ, Channing Tatum — who's promoting new movies 22 Jump Street and Foxcatcher — says that he's been drankin', he's been drankin'.
A reader over at Bunim/Murray Productions sent us these awesome photos of a Justin Bieber First Arrest celebratory cake they enjoyed today, and I admit, this got me a little teary-eyed. Everyone knows your first arrest cake is a super big deal. Mine had Cinderella on it!
I feel like I'm supposed to react to this like a woman in a Diet Coke commercial, but I'm mainly just like lololwhat? I think that's part of the point, though? And dude does look good without a shirt on, yes, but also maybe I was eyeing the cake more? Because CAKE.
Don't get me wrong — this cake by Liz Shim of Eat Cake, Be Merry is totally awesome, but Ron Fucking Swanson wouldn't stand for this. You know what he would stand for? Steak cakes.
Yesterday, North Carolina proved that it was, at least temporarily, the worse of the two Carolinas by passing Amendment 1, a provision that expressly bars marriage or civil unions between same-sex couples. What sort of hateful ass of a person would support such a measure? The type of person who would see nothing wrong…
Kids are growing up so fast these days. One minute they're messing around Winterfell and the next they're being thrown out of towers, betrothed to evil sociopaths or are stuck posing as a boy while on the lam from the King's Guard. Why not let them enjoy their name days while they still can with an awesome Game of…
Did you know that you can bake portable cakes inside canning jars? You can! Canning jars are meant to withstand high levels of heat, meaning you can pop them right in the oven. Watch this video in which Karen Solomon teaches us how these charming pocket cakes are made.
The prank was supposed to go as follows: comedians Josh Rabinowitz and Nick Vatterott had a cake (human head underneath it) waiting for friend Micah Sherman when he walked through the door. Things did not go as planned.
Libya? Meh. Japan? So yesterday. The big news of the moment: cupcakes in jars. They're on Oprah. They're on Today. And they will not be ignored.
First they brought the tuducken, and we said nothing. They brought the cherpumple, and we said almost nothing. But now, we can be silent no longer in the face of the ultimate Thanksgiving abomination.
Neither vagina, ass nor diaphragm, this is, in fact, a cake model of a bronze sculpture called "Pear Tree." No word on whether said sculpture resembles the aforementioned items (or a bedpan, even). Any locals care to weigh in?
On October 4, 2008, after about four panic attacks and three cans of Red Bull, the first Weekend Jezebel post appeared. Two years later, Weekend Jezebel is still going strong, but it's time for me to say goodbye.
Fellow food-and-word nerds, you're in luck!