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H. David Dalquist

H. David Dalquist (May 25 1918 – January 2 2005) was the inventor of the Bundt cake pan, sold by his company Nordic Ware. After the cakes became very popular due to winning the 1966 Pillsbury Bake-off, Dalquist licensed the name to Pillsbury for use in their cake mixes. He later helped develop thermoset plastics used in microwave cookware. He also served for 29 years as rear admiral of the Great Lakes Yachting Club.

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