Lady Baltimore cake


Definition of Lady Baltimore cake

: a usually white butter cake with boiled frosting and a filling of chopped raisins, figs, and nuts — compare lord baltimore cake

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First Known Use of Lady Baltimore cake

1889, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Lady Baltimore cake

probably after Lady Baltimore, wife of Lord Baltimore †1632

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The first known use of Lady Baltimore cake was in 1889

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