this is a great old-fashioned chocolate fudge cake--the cake to turn to for "chocolate cake occasions." this cake is moist, with a fine grain and excellent flavor. since both kids and adults love this cake, it's great for family gatherings or birthday parties. you could even go as far as to making a double chocolate cake by adding 1 cup semi-sweet mini chocolate bits tossed with 1 tbsp. sifted flour mixture, and add to batter after adding melted chocolate. great any way you prepare it! (from the perfect cake by susan purdy)
this buttery and nutty chocolate confection was inspired by the nuts that fall from ohio's famous buckeye trees. come holiday time, they are produced (and consumed) in mass quantities in "the buckeye state," as well as in neighboring states throughout the
i found this recipe online several years ago and its the closest i've come to that heavenly outback cheesecake experience. the cake bakes up very high, so watch carefully. i've added dark chocolate and milk chocolate--both are good but the dark is a goo
found this recipe in my mother's recipe box. i don't remember her ever making it, but i have and it makes gorgeous bread! starter takes 10 days to ferment, but after this you can make bread anytime you want! traditionally, starter is given to friends an
these are yummy south & central american in flavour/ingredients. a gluten free version of recipe #372739 based on recipe #342995. "brazil is the leading banana grower in south america—about 3 million tons per year, mostly locally consumed, while colombia
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