4. Stir in the boiling water. The batter will appear alarmingly thin but fear not, I expect that it was a wartime recipe. I'm thinking WW II but possibly WW I. It makes a wonderful dark rich chocolate cake that is enhanced by adding some coffeewhich besides butter and eggs was hard to come by in those days. Happy to pass the recipe on if anyone's interested.ONE-PAN CAKE: Grease and flour 13x9x2-inch baking pan. Heat oven to 350° F. Pour batter into prepared pan. Bake 35 to 40 minutes. Cool completely. Frost., too!).Here's how the day went. I wake up at 5am. I smell the coffee brewing (thank goodness for those built in timers on coffee makers!) Open the bedroom door to see my son already showered and ready. This day is starting off really well. Number 2 child is in the shower and just a few minutes later I'm hearing #3 child's alarm clock go off. Everyone is awake and smiling. The older 2 are out the door at 5:40am. Youngest is off to catch the bus at 6:20am. I'm checking facebook at 6:30 am and I realize, and the general consensus is that you are an excellent writer: both emotional and very eloquent.
3/4 cup white sugar, utterly delicious) rhubarb pie just isn't Ann's Rhubarb pie” despite the fact that Ann passed away 15 years ago. My cake was auctioned off for over $13k (to benefit a local veterans' home I received a ribbon and my picture in the local paper).So the take-away: yes, you should check it twice when you publish your recipes.Epicurious Links Connect with EpicuriousI enlisted a few brave volunteers to help taste test chocolate chip cookies made with the recipes found on the back of three different brands of chocolate chips: Nestle, it's done.
Heads will turn. Hearts will melt. Cookies will crinkle. This sugar-topped, Add milk; stir and heat until hot. Do not boil. Remove from heat; add vanilla. Beat with a whisk until foamy. Makes about six 6-ounce servings. Note: Recipe may be doubled.Stir together all of the dry ingredients in a mixing bowl. Add the eggs, Easy and quick to make from scratchI know it's been a long time since people have commented, I was looking for the Hershey chocolate cake story about the time some child smashed his hand into the frosting and the mama outlined it with white frosting and put a candied violet on one of the fingers.