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Will wonders never cease?

Cedric Grolet, the pastry chef at Le Meurice Paris, was inspired by the Rubik’s Cube to design this delightful cake. While it’s clearly a bit harder to turn than the toy, we’re certain it’s a lot more fun to eat!

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And this isn’t Chef Grolet’s sole stab at concocting a dessert based on our favorite throwback plaything. In fact, he’s been doing this for years.


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The Rubik’s Cube was invented in 1974 by Hungarian architect Erno Rubik. In a cruel twist, Rubik was famously unable to solve his own creation. “It was a code I myself had invented. Yet I could not read it,” he once wrote.

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