The Yule log cake tradition


The Yule log cake has its roots in the ancient festival of Yule, which was celebrated by the Germanic people. During this festival, a large log was burned in the hearth as a symbol of the sun, which was believed to bring warmth and light to the winter months. The log was usually decorated with greenery and candles, and it was often accompanied by feasting and revelry.

Over time, the tradition of the Yule log evolved and eventually became associated with Christmas, particularly in France and England. In France, the Yule log cake, also known as a Bûche de Noël, emerged as a popular holiday tradition during the 19th century. It was originally made from a sponge cake that was rolled and filled with cream, then decorated to resemble a log. It was often served at Christmas dinners and other holiday gatherings.

In England, the Yule log cake also became a popular dessert during the Victorian era. It was frequently offered at holiday dinners and other get-togethers.

Today, the Yule log cake is a beloved holiday tradition in many countries around the world. It is typically made from a chocolate sponge cake that is filled with cream and decorated to resemble a log. It is often served at Christmas dinners and other holiday gatherings as a festive and delicious dessert.

For a limited time, we are offering our festive Christmas Yule Log or (Buche De Noel in French)- our delightful chocolate cake is rolled in fresh whipped cream and cherries, and covered with a smooth and sinful chocolate ganache. 

This product is available for 12/23 and 12/24  pickup only

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