What is the difference between a “Sheet Cake” and a “Kitchen Cake”?

Semantics… For most bakers, a sheet cake is an unfilled cake with only frosting on a single layer of cake with no fillings. A Kitchen cake is a two layer cake with the same flavor and filling as the wedding cake but has absolutely no icing decorations on it thus saving some money on the overall cost of the cake. It really comes down to if you were seated across the table from someone who got a properly portioned slice of filled cake and you were given a half-sized slice of unfilled sheet cake, which emotion would you feel first, let down, cheaped out on, or simply hungry for your slice of cake.