Taking the Cake

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Description: HISTORY The wedding cake can be traced back to the Roman custom of breaking a loaf of bread, or a cake of wheat or barley called a mustaceum, over the bride's head to symbolize the guests' wishes for a fertile and fulfilling married life. In the 17th century, for example, a Groom's cake of dark, heavy fruitcake was served alongside the Bride's cake, cut up and boxed for guests to take home as a favor; it was believed that if a young girl placed that slice of cake under her pillow, she would dream of her future husband.
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