Drop Everything and Watch This Crazy Video of Justin Timberlake Dressed Up as a Lime

Justin Timberlake has performed as a singing omelette and a punky chunk of tofu on Saturday Night Live, but this is definitely his strangest food role yet.

As part of a promotional video for his Sauza 901 tequila company, Timberlake dressed up in full green makeup and costume to play Rick “Sour” Vane, a lime in a bathrobe who reflects on limes’ biggest accomplishments—curing “pucker face” and scurvy, to name a few.

Alex Guarnaschelli: Make My Boozy Fruit Salad and Orange Marmalade for Spring

Alex Guarnaschelli is an Iron Chef, Food Network celebrity chef, author of Old-School Comfort Food and the executive chef at New York City’s Butter restaurants. Read her PEOPLE.com blog every Tuesday to get her professional cooking tips, family-favorite recipes and personal stories of working in front of the camera and behind the kitchen doors. Follow her on Twitter at @guarnaschelli.

George Clooney & Rande Gerber's Orange Cinnamon Margarita Tastes Just Like Summer

'Keurig' for Jell-O Shots Makes 20 Shooters in 10 Minutes

Do you like Jell-O shots?

Do you need an unhealthy amount of them in an impossibly short amount of time?

The Jevo has you covered. The device, from Food and Beverage Innovations, uses Keurig-like pods to create alcoholic shots in minutes.

Kate Hudson on Working with Her Ex-Fiancé: 'We Love Making Wine' Together

Kate Hudson seems to be a person who’d agree with the saying: Some wine a day keeps the doctor away.

Growing up around a wine-loving family has helped the actress develop a knack for the wine making industry, Hudson, 35, tells Wine Enthusiast in their May issue (on stands March 30).

The 2015 James Beard Awards Finalists Announced

The envelope, please: On Tuesday morning, the James Beard Foundation, one of the country’s leading culinary nonprofit organizations, announced the finalists for its annual Restaurant and Chef Awards and Book, Broadcast, and Journalism Awards.

Get a Taste of the LuckyRice Festival in N.Y.C.

Wouldn’t it be great to eat an array of authentic Asian delicacies without having to endure the 10-plus hour flight? Well, now there’s a way.

On March 20th, the 6th annual LuckyRice Festival Grand Feast returns to N.Y.C.  Held at the Mandarin Oriental hotel, the event was founded by Danielle Chang, a Taiwanese-born New Yorker, who wanted to showcase the amazing diversity and complexity of Asian food.

Powdered Alcohol Is Officially a (Legal) Thing

Are you tired of lugging home heavy bottles of booze from the liquor store? Do you wish there was a way to whip up a cocktail as easy as making Kool-Aid?

A controversial new product is here to solve all of your alcohol-related inconveniences — besides, you know, hangovers.

Camila Alves Blogs: 4 Irish Cocktails to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

Our lifestyle blogger Camila Alves visits a New Orleans bar to play bartender for the day! There, she whips up specialty Irish-inspired cocktails for St. Patrick’s Day.

Google's New Cocktail Search Teaches You How to Be Your Own Bartender

Google just made mixing your own cocktails a lot easier.

The world’s largest search engine debuted a new feature that provides step-by-step instructions for how to make a cocktail, which includes specific ingredients and recommended garnishes and drinkware.