A classic cotton tee emblazoned with the Wikipedia article on Frog cake ↗.
Preshrunk jersey knit
Seamless double-needle 2.2 cm collar
Taped neck and shoulders
Tear away label
Double-needle sleeve and bottom hems
Quarter-turned to eliminate centre crease
The frog cake is an Australian dessert in the shape of a frog's head, composed of sponge cake and cream covered with fondant. It was created by the Balfours bakery in 1922, and soon became a popular treat in South Australia. Originally frog cakes were available exclusively in green, but later brown and pink were added to the range. Since then other variations have been developed, including seasonal varieties (such as snowmen and Easter "chicks"). The frog cake has been called "uniquely South Australian", and has been employed in promoting the state. In recognition of its cultural significance, in 2001 the frog cake was listed as a South Australian Heritage Icon by the National Trust of South Australia.
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