The silky sweetness of a red velvet cake can’t be beat, and the eye-catching, layered chocolate-and-cream dessert has been beloved since the 1930s. That’s when, as legend has it, the cake emerged from the kitchens at the New York Waldorf Astoria. While some say the cake was invented before that, it’s the Waldorf’s version that made it the world-famous classic it is today.

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