Heavy Cake refers to the Cayman Islands' dense sweet dessert made with "breadkind". Breadkind which are starchy vegetables such as cassava, papaya, and yams. Heavy Cake is one of the most popular and traditiona desserts from the Cayman Islands. It is a dense, sweet, brown sugary confection, called Pone or pudding in other Caribbean countries. Heavy cakes are made from grated raw cassava, papaya, cornmeal, yam and other starchy products. The three (3) islands Grand Cayman, Little Cayman, and Cayman Brac lie in the Caribbean Sea about 200 miles (320 kilometers) northwest of Jamaica. The capital, George Town, was named after King George III of England.

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