Why Birthday Cakes Are Always Special

Birthdays of anybody is always special. It reveals the significance of our existence in this world. Humans are the one of the beautiful creations of God. So Birthdays can celebrated by the loved ones by celebrating with the birthday boy or girl. Any Birthday celebration without birthday cake is like sweets without sweet. Cakes are baked and intentionally decorated by added more glamorous flavours when it is meant for a special birthday. Icing with different sweeteners, chocolates, cherries, cinnamon, cashew, pitas, berries, apricot, nuts and cream spread all over portray a lip smacking and mouth watering look. Birthday cakes are given always special attention of love and care by the family members.

When we talk about the origin of Birthday Cakes, many interesting facts come out in front. The word 'Cake' is used to have coined in early 13th century and it was derived from 'kaka'- an Old Norse word. Some historians think that the custom of the birthday cake was originated in ancient Greece. Ancient Greeks began baking cakes using honey. Ancient Romans celebrated different types of birthdays as well as with different types of cakes. They primarily used to call them bread. Somewhere in England used to call Birthday cakes as Pastries. Another tradition of Birthday cakes can be traced in the Middle Age of Germany. There we find sweetened bread dough was made in the shape of the baby Jesus in swaddling clothes. In England birthday cakes were baked with symbolic objects inside the cake. In Medieval Days objects such as coins and thimbles were mixed inside the batter. It was believed that the person who got the coin would be wealthy, while the unluckily finder of the thimble would never get marry. Whereas today, small figures, fake coins, small candies are more in practice. Now a days even cup cakes are on the top list of buyers. Why it is round in shape in the very begging was a big question. Scholars associate religious beliefs and technical compulsions for that question. Greeks offered round shape cake to the Goddess of Moon- Artemis as it signified moon. They started the tradition of placing candles on the cakes for glowing that cake like the moon.

There are various types of Birthday Cakes in the term of flavour and content. Birthday Cakes for kids are very special, because they are the people who worry the most about their cake's taste and look. Most of the time, young child likes Chocolate and strawberry flavours. Teen agers like whatever new in modern age like Chocolate Espresso Cakes, Blueberry Pecan Streusel, Tiramisu Classico and deep dark gingerbread. Grownups like their tongue for Cheese flavours, Hot Chocolate Mousse Torte, wine flavoured ones. Fruitcakes and Ginger cakes has a long cultural line too. Decorating birthday cakes with candles, ribbons, flowers and edible ingredients to add colour to the presentation.

Writing the name of the birthday person on the top of the cake in a beautiful style and designed way is also a spontaneous way of wishing. Now a days, candles, ribbons, stars and flowers are styled in modern fashion. Europeans are called the precursors of modern birthday cakes. The icing of glossy ice like covering is no longer the hype. Instead of that now the jelly icing and coloured cream icing is ruling the bakery industry. Actually whatever is the manner in producing a cake, no matter if it is a homemade one or a professionally baked one, it's all about baking it with the icing of the smoothest sugar and egg whites with lots of love, care, affection and tenderness for the person whose birthday party is taking place as along with the future eaters of the cake. So at the end of the every birthday party it is the baker who is responsible the most for the delicious piece of cake for which everybody is eagerly awaited and relished then.

So , we also wish a happy birthday to the special one and like to give him treat with our deliciously baked cakes.

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