Demeter's Creation #punchhole
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A mortal named Linh owned a bakery. One day, Demeter came to visit the bakery since she was the goddess of agriculture. Since then, they became best friends because of their passion for baking.
One sunny morning, Radikan, the god of manufacture appeared before the two friends. He declared, "Demeter, I heard that you like to bake. But I bet that I could do it better so let's have a competition. That mortal will be the judge." The girls were shocked at first, but later nodded in agreement.
The two deities agreed to make cake so they started to bake. Radikan actually didn't know how to bake , he had only seen others do it for him. So he decided to look over at Demeter and start copying her. He thought that whatever she did, he could do better.
When the cakes were done, Linh came over to judge and taste test but was shocked by the results. Demeter and Radikan had produced the same cakes! "It's a draw since the two of you made the same cake.", Linh said. Radikan was a bit upset that he didn't win but thought that a tie was better than losing.
Demeter on the other hand, didn't take the news lightly. "He cheated I know he did!", Demeter sputtered out. Linh tried to calm her down but Demeter's rage only ignited. In her fury, she pounded the cake, making a big hole in it. Radikan, thinking that she was crazy, immediately fled the place.
Demeter looked down at her cake and sighed. "Now I think Radikan should've won since my cake is ruined now." Linh came over and replied, "It doesn't matter now since Radikan isn't here, plus your cake doesn't look too bad. If we could make it look a little less messy, I'm sure my customers would buy it." Demeter smiled at her friend's encouragement. Demeter didn't know it herself but her cake would later be known as the pound cake.
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