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It was a pet effect of [[Al Baker]].<ref>Secret Ways of Al Baker by Todd Karr (2003)</ref>
 
It was a pet effect of [[Al Baker]].<ref>Secret Ways of Al Baker by Todd Karr (2003)</ref>
  
This was a popular effect among magicians as early as 1749. A French magician, [[Delisle]] magically cooked an omelette in a hat.<ref>The Annals of Conjuring, [[Magic Wand]] NO. 125 (1925)</ref> A [[Hyman Saunders]] produced pancakes during his tour of Jamaica in 1775.<ref>Illustrated History of Magic by Milbourne Christopher (1973)</ref>  
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This was a popular effect among magicians as early as 1749. A French magician, [[Delisle]], magically cooked an omelette in a hat.<ref>The Annals of Conjuring, [[Magic Wand]] NO. 125 (1925)</ref> A [[Hyman Saunders]] produced pancakes during his tour of Jamaica in 1775.<ref>Illustrated History of Magic by Milbourne Christopher (1973)</ref>  
 
Secret Ways of Al Baker by Todd Karr (2003)</ref>
 
Secret Ways of Al Baker by Todd Karr (2003)</ref>
 
== Reference ==
 
== Reference ==

Revision as of 20:34, 25 April 2012

Cake Baked in a Hat is a comedy routine in which the magician pours ingredients into a hat, usually borrowed, and produces a real cake.

It was a pet effect of Al Baker.[1]

This was a popular effect among magicians as early as 1749. A French magician, Delisle, magically cooked an omelette in a hat.[2] A Hyman Saunders produced pancakes during his tour of Jamaica in 1775.[3] Secret Ways of Al Baker by Todd Karr (2003)</ref>

Reference

  1. Secret Ways of Al Baker by Todd Karr (2003)
  2. The Annals of Conjuring, Magic Wand NO. 125 (1925)
  3. Illustrated History of Magic by Milbourne Christopher (1973)