Sure, chocolate is a yummy flavor, but what about naming it something fun or something meaningful? That is what Water to Wheat Cakery has done. Each flavor’s name will have a significance to California and Kansas. By each flavor, you will find a description and gain knowledge on a little piece of history.
It is believed that Pink Champagne Cake originated on California’s west coast in the 50’s or 60’s. The “LA Times” then printed a story about Pink Champagne Cake. It remains the most requested cake for bridal showers, weddings and bachelorette parties.
In 1923 the world famous HOLLYWOOD sign was established in the Santa Monica hills of Los Angeles, California.
As people flooded California, the Grizzly’s did not withdraw from advancing civilization. They would kill livestock, threaten and interfere with settlements, forcing the people to eliminate them all. It was reported, the last Grizzly was killed in Tulare, California in 1922. The California Grizzly bear became the state animal in 1953.
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In the 1800’s Kansans would wear sunflowers to identify themselves as being from “The Sunflower State”. In 1903, the Sunflowers was became the official state flower and floral emblem.
In the winter of 1882 the author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, L. Frank Baum, passed through Kansas while on tour. In his very short stay, he visited Olathe and Lawrence. Some say his time in Kansas inspired The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
The biggest ball of twine is located in Cawker City, Kansas weighing 5,000 pounds and standing 8 feet tall.
Red Velvet “Redwood” Worlds tallest trees and oldest living thing on this Earth, covering much of the California Coastline where rainfall is sufficient.