Have your cake and laugh at it, too, with the sweet treat known as Cake Wrecks: When Professional Cakes Go Hilariously Wrong. From the creator of the ultrapopular blog CakeWrecks.com, here are the worst cakes ever, including the ugly, the silly, the downright creepy, the unintentionally sad or suggestive, and the just plain funny. With witty commentary and behind-the-scenes tidbits, Cake Wrecks will ensure that you never look at a cake the same way again.
Since May 2008, Jen Yates has been blogging about such confectionery calamities at her popular Web site CakeWrecks.com, winner of the 2008 Blogger's Choice Award for Best Humor Blog, and three 2009 Weblog awards (Bloggies) for Best Writing on a Blog, Best New Blog, and Best Food Blog. Yates now offers up this inspired photo collection with over 150 Cake Wrecks, including 75 percent never-before-seen content.
"I haven't laughed so hard in ages." --Mary Alice, from the Food Network's Ace of Cakes
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Jen Yates lives in Orlando, Florida, with her husband, John, and their two cats. She enjoys eating dessert first, quoting Ghostbusters, and reminding everyone that she used to be a Jungle Cruise skipper. When not writing for her blog Cake Wrecks, Jen can be found flaunting her flaming geekiness on her other blog, Epbot. www.cakewrecks.blogspot.comReview:
"Think of them as epic fails, with frosting" (David Hochman, The New York Times)
"Mixed but tasty! messages" (Reader's Digest)
“Here’s a way to enjoy cake without eating a bite (Cake Wrecks)... will have you laughing so hard you'll forget to eat.” (The Washington Post)
"Now you can have your cake and laugh at it, too." (YahooVoices)
"A cavalcade of baking hate crimes perpetrated in the name of celebratory desserts, Cake Wrecks takes creator Jen Yates’ flawlessly written meme and advances it in book form." (Tampa Tribune)
"A hilarious winner." (Oregonian)
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"For once a title doesn’t exaggerate. This is a hilarious book." (The Advocate)
"One big ol’pastry fail after another ... hilarious photographs of what were you thinking?" (Florida Times Union)
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