an aromatic herb that the leaves of which are used to flavor dishes or pressed to make an extract
A chocolate-buttermilk cake layered with a boiled vanilla-flavored frosting containing pecans and coconut. It’s origins are difficult to pinpoint, but it is an all-American cake that was popularized when published in a local Dallas newspaper in 1957. The name comes from Baker’s German’s Sweet Chocolate, a chocolate bar developed for the company by Sam German,
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