History And Meaning Of Different Cakes For Different Occasions

There are many kinds of cakes for any occasion and every person. They can be chocolate, fruits, wholemeal or whatever you or your beloved people love to eat. Mostly cakes we use if someone has a birthday or on wedding days, anniversary or just some celebration. There is no doubt the best gift for any occasion is a cake, which you can send to express your love and feelings towards everyone.

In its present form, the celebration of the birthday was born in Germany. There, for the first time, children were introduced to receive gifts and candles decorated on their birthday cakes.

The introduction of the cake into the ritual, however, has appeared in honor of Artemis. On the occasion of the birthday and the day the Hellenes were made with round honey sweets, with candles enclosed in them.

But the birthday cake symbolizes more things. According to almost all the sacred books of many religions, it is believed that if you eat something on which a wish is written, it will be fulfilled.

That is why the cake today is written: “Happy Birthday!“. The main superstition, however, refers to the candles – if they blow at once, the desire will come true.

The wedding cake has its origins in ancient Rome and is the symbol of the first food shared by the couple. According to tradition, the bride did not eat the cake, but she was measured with her. This custom, similar to all those associated with the wedding, reminds of ancient fertility habits that mean a multitude of ancestry. In the past, the English have hidden a ring in the cake and who found it had happiness and luck throughout the year. The Romans made a salt cake with only flour, salt and water, and during the wedding celebration they broke it for the sake of the fertility of the newlyweds. British custom is throwing a tray with a cake through the window. If the tray was broken, the newlyweds would be happy, and if they were left, their future was unknown.

The Christmas cake is a more recent tradition that people have at Christmas festivities, it dates back only to the middle of the 19th century. It was developed from the plum pudding, but, the contents were merely modified so that instead of being like a pudding they would become solid. Christmas cakes are made many different ways, but generally they are variations on classic fruitcake. They can be light, dark, moist, dry, heavy, spongy, leavened, unleavened, and more. They are made in many different shapes, with frosting, glazing, a dusting of confectioner’s sugar or plain. Other types of Christmas cakes include an apple cream cake and a mincemeat cake. The apple cream cake is made with apples, other fruit, raisins, eggs, cream cheese and whipping cream.

Birthday, Wedding or Christmas, cakes are always needed in our life. And the best way buying a cake for your friends and relatives is trying to get it online, using online cake delivery in chandigarh. To online cake order in chandigarh is easy and will safe you lots of time and tension. All what you need is to check out for online cake delivery, to choose the best online delivering website and to order the cake you want. You can be sure your beloved people will get the cake fresh and on time without any issues. So, don’t waste your time but go and make your family or friends happy with a tasty and colorful cake.

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I'm Mandeep from Chandigarh, India. My hobbies are jogging and hanging out with friends. Love to play games and watching horror movies.
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