Did You Know?
Red Velvet cake dates to World War II, when bakers used boiled beet juices to enhance the color of their baked goods. The Waldorf-Astoria Hotel came up with the original recipe, topping a beet-chocolate cake with tangy cream cheese. But it was a Texas food-dye company, run by John A. Adams, that popularized it. After tasting the Waldorf-Astoria cake, Adams realized that he could sell more dyes by marketing a red cake. It quickly became a favorite of home cooks nationwide. Desserts Inc continues the original tradition when preparing our red velvet cakes, no dyes!
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