The biggest birthday cake in the world was making in 1962. “A sight and a taste to remember” the cake show, courtesy of Clark’s Restaurant Enterprises, Inc., Washington (WA), Seattle. This is a Color picture by Forde Photographers, Seattle. George Molecy was the manufacture Director of biggest cake.
The Cake Theme was 50th Anniversary and Paul Bunyan’s 178th Birthday in 1962 Food Circus, Seattle World’s Fair. The cake was blend and baked by Van de Kamp’s Holland Dutch Bakers, Seattle and beautification by Edison Technical School. Souvenir mail away boxed sections of the fruit cake are put up for sale at the place and Clark’s Restaurants, Seattle.
The biggest cake weight just about 25,000 pounds(11339.8 kg), plus decorations and the height of the cake 23 feet; icing- 4,000 pounds(1814.37 kg) C and H Cane Sugar; circumference- 60 feet (6 sides. Recipe: Raisins- 7,000 pounds; eggs- 1,500 dozen; pecans: 2,200 pounds (997.903 kg); flour: 10,500 pounds (4762.72 kg); can sugar: 4,000 pounds and Bunyan pinch of salt: 100 pounds.