Homemade German Chocolate Cake!

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Registered: 03-19-2003
Homemade German Chocolate Cake!
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Sun, 05-09-2004 - 6:43pm

I decided to make a german chocolate cake since it is MIL's favorite and I like it pretty well too.

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Registered: 10-30-2003
Sun, 05-09-2004 - 11:10pm
Sorry you had to hear about all the deaths and watch the counting of the

take-out. If it makes you feel better, my mom likes to save on stamps

by including all the recent obits in my Christmas card.

Mothers Day was pretty quiet here. dd (turning six in a week) brought

me breakfast in bed: toast with lots of butter. she didnt find the box of

cereal I had bought for the occasion. Last year I remembered to leave

it on the counter; I was too wiped out to remember it last night.

We went out for lunch to a Mexican restaurant, friendly and not too

busy. And dinner was fresh fish, baked then broiled, with bread crumbs

and cheddar. Very nice.
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Registered: 02-18-2003
Mon, 05-10-2004 - 2:52pm

Somehow, there's probably a reality show in that gathering of people who count the KFC pieces and share depressing news, LOL!


My DH loves German chocolate cake, but, unlike my grandmother, I use a mix. You can even get the pecan coconut frosting in one of those little frosting tubs! I've made the cake the old-fashioned tedious way, but it's so much easier to open a box. My firing up the Kitchenaid mixer, though, makes DH happy, LOL!


Have fun on your river trip!

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Registered: 03-19-2003
Mon, 05-10-2004 - 11:08pm
OMG!
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Registered: 03-19-2003
Mon, 05-10-2004 - 11:11pm

And I would NOT be watching that reality show ROFL!!!

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Registered: 02-18-2003
Tue, 05-11-2004 - 4:41pm
That is too funny! Well, my in-laws are gone, except for DH's biological dad. He's