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Topic:  Cake General Purpose : To inform. Specific Purpose : To provide a variety of recipes for common types of cakes. Central Idea :  With the tools and information that is provided, anyone can make simple cakes such  as Fondant cake, strawberry shortcake, and chocolate cake from scratch. I. Introduction:   In western society, we have adopted numerous traditions that have a variety of  origins. One of the most common and beloved traditions of our time is the incorporation of  decorative cakes at ceremonial and celebratory events. Many of us have blown out candles on  our own birthday cake or witnessed a couple cutting their wedding cake. In fact, it’s hard to  image a celebration without such components, but at various points in history, the cake we  know of has not always had the same prevalence.  Overall, the history of the cake is in itself extremely complicated. The English word for  cake is unique in that it pertains to a specific form of sweetened bread that most countries do  not have. (Cake Recipe History) The way that most pastries vary from different breads is the  ratio of key ingredients such as flour, sugar, butter, and a self-rising (or leavening) agent. The 
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course SPC 2608 taught by Professor Eseke during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.

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