Because everyone loves cakes so much, discussing fun facts about cakes will be very interesting. The first fact is that November 26th is a National cake Day. Red velvet cake recipe, which is now easily available is known to the public as an act of revenge. A woman who ate red velvet cake in restaurant loved it so much that she asked the restaurant for the recipe for Red velvet cake. The restaurant management asked $100 for it and the woman got furious and as a revenge she circulated the recipe for Red velvet cake widely as a revenge from Restaurant management. The word “cake” is derived form a Middle English word i.e. kake which is browed from a word i.e. Old Norse. The meaning of cake has been changed over the passage of time. Early people used to call short flat bread i.e. round or oval cake. You can order cake online in Dubai.
This bread was hard form the sides and being turned to both sides while cooking process. In February 2004 chefs at the Mohegan Sun Hotel and Casino, Uncasville, CT, baked the world’s largest wedding cake. This cake weighed 15,032 pounds and was 7.8m tall. 20 chefs were involved in making of this cake and it took them more 24 hours to make this huge cake. Other than that world’s more expensive birthday cake was bought by a person in United Arab Emirates for her daughter’s birthday it worth $75million. This cake is loaded with lots of colored diamonds and hand- sculpted fondant. You can have Dubai online flower delivery.
A lot of price is covered on gemstones and diamonds for this cake. The first reference of a birthday cake was ever recorded in 1785. Back then, a cake was presented as an offering on a person’s birthday. In 17th century people in England used to think that putting a fruit cake under someone’s pillow will give them a sweet dream about his/her fiancée. In 19th century the cupcake evolved in US, because cupcakes save the amount time in kitchen the recipe was searched by Americans more frequently than regular cakes. The tallest tower of cupcakes was made in Chennai, India. 18,818 cupcakes were used to make this tower and this tower was 12.69m i.e. 41ft 8inches high. Since 2012, Patric Bertolettie holds a world record for eating 72cupcakes in just 6minutes. The first pure white icing was first put on Queen Victoria’s wedding cake that is why it is also call “Royal icing”. The first wedding cake was not a cake at all it was just a bread, because in Rome breaking bread on bride’s head is a symbol of good fortune and fertility of the couple.