Saturday, January 26, 2019

Fact of the Day: Viking Cake

The origin of cake itself is debatable especially on what makes a "cake". But the English word is Scandinavian in origin from the Old Norse "kaka". 

9 comments:

  1. Sounds a bit weird, like a baby word

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  2. "Kaka"...doesn't sound too appetizing, although that pic looks good! :D

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  3. Um...Kaka meant something else when I was a kid. What happens AFTER you eat the cake.

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  4. Sounds funny to be using the word 'kaka' for cake :)

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  5. I see other people have noted what I thought kaka meant.

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  6. I wish I could eat that photo, Adam. It literally made my mouth water. Wishing you and Daisy a great week!

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