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Upside Down Cake
Cakes

Baked sponge cake with a fruit (commonly pineapple rings in syrup) at the base of the pan, so as to form the top of the cake when turned out.

The term 'upside down' is known at least since 1340 (OED), but with reference to cake only since the end of the 19th Century.

See: Black Cap Pudding



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