100-Year-Old Piece Of Wedding Cake Found In Attic Ron Warninger of Yakima, Wash., recently discovered part of his grandparents' wedding cake — saved since 1915. He says the fancy white icing could be a difficult chew — it's petrified.
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100-Year-Old Piece Of Wedding Cake Found In Attic

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LINDA WERTHEIMER, HOST:

Good morning, I'm Linda Wertheimer. It's a tradition, couples saving the top layer of their wedding cake to share on their first anniversary - but for 100 years? Ron Warninger of Yakima, Wash. recently discovered part of his grandparents' wedding cake saved since 1915. It was in a hat box in the attic. Warninger says the fancy, white icing looks amazing for its age, but it could be a difficult chew because it's petrified. It's MORNING EDITION.

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