This is not exactly a glamour shot. The cake I made this week tasted alright, but it is not very pretty. And the inaugural voyage of the new bundt pan too! Something went wrong with the whole make your own frosting deal. And then I got frustrated and took the frosting bowl, overturned it on top of the cake in one flip, and let gravity take its course. The hole in the center was full of frosting.
I told Debie my new career is domestic goddess. That was before I did that to the frosting, set off the smoke detector, and opened the fridge, somehow breaking one of the shelf doors so that all the condiments fell out onto the floor, mustard and jam and ketchup bottles everywhere.
Anyhow, the chocolate sour cream bundt cake tasted good, that's what counts. The recipe is from my beloved Joy the Baker cookbook.
This week, I wrote about a really nice, brand spankin' new hookah place on H Street for Scoutmob. Highly recommend if you are in a hookah-smoking mood. [Scoutmob]
I visited the new rustic and manly Epic Smokehouse in Pentagon City. [Eater]
I also photographed some of the crazy fun of Fashion Night Out in Georgetown [BizBash]
A ton of links from the rest of the Internet:
So I made it all the way to the end of this gif-based tumblr about how everyone is married. [#MyFriendsAreMarried]
Bet you can't read this eulogy about a horse who loved children without tearing up. Big fat tears rolled down my cheeks while reading this at the Pentagon City mall food court. [WaPo]
In case you want to look like Kate Moss. Well, the makeup and hair at least. Seems more attainable than the pricey wardrobe and extreme thinness. [WhoWhatWear]
NOOOO! They are my Brangelina. [NY Daily News]
Snarky take on the dead-horse VMAs: "Recoil at the torrent of teenaged girls stuffed into outfits every color of the day-glo. There are streams of Snookis." [Spin]
Scoutmob grades D.C. politicians' Twitter accounts. [ScoutmobDC]