Rob Hartmann ate six cupcakes in 59.20 seconds.
NOTE: Speed eating can be dangerous and should only be attempted by
Areen Movsessian of Classic Bakery owns a fondant topped cupcake
appraised at $42,000, a new world record. The cupcake was embellished
with nine .75 ct. round diamonds, and finished with one 3 ct. round-cut
diamond, donated by Jonathan Mervis. This value of this cupcake beat the
previous record by $12,000.
The dessert was designed in Gaithersburg, Maryland on April 15, 2009.
Alan Tarwater and Jonathan Mervis were present as witnesses.
Bre Pettis of MakerBot Industries built a robot that frosted a
cupcake in 52.27 seconds. The intent was for the robot to decorate the
entire top of the cupcake, but due to an unfortunate technical glitch,
it didn’t perform as anticipated.
The feat was performed on June 26, 2009 in New York City during the
taping of a URDB segment on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Dan
Rollman was present as a witness.
Nichelle Stephens and Rachel Kramer Bussel of Cupcakes Take The
Cake and Nora Vetter of Nibbles by Nora assembled a cupcake
kebab that measured 33.5 inches in length. Vetter, who invented the
concept and baked the cupcakes they used, stipulated at least 1/3 of the
kebab be made of cupcakes.
The women set the record on August 12, 2009 at a World Record
Appreciation Society event in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey
Henderson were present as witnesses.
Aaron threw a Saran wrapped cupcake 137 feet.
David Ross (instigator)
Andy Hidalgo (host)
Jane Hidalgo (host)
Erica Hidalgo (host)
Kathryn Grassel (baker of cupcake)
Denis Sweeney (Fireman)
Lauren McGuirk (camera)
Matt Dunn put two regular sized cupcakes in his mouth in 10.34 seconds.
NOTE: Stuffing food in your mouth can be dangerous. Please use caution
and have adult supervision on-hand.
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