Definition of black cake
- Colwin's introduction to black cake came via her daughter's babysitter from the West Indies, where the cake is typically served for weddings and holidays.
- —Diana Burrell, Boston Globe, 13 Dec. 2006
- The moist, dense confection inside—which because of my Trinidadian background I knew is called black cake—exuded aromas of rum and spice.
- —Ramin Ganesbraum, Saveur, December 2006