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    This is a very easy yet absolutely scrumptious and moist chocolate cake. The recipe was lost when my Mom died but was found years later in a church cookbook where she had put it. This will become your secret recipe for chocolate cake!

    Recipe #80473

    This recipe came from Rachael Ray on the Cooking Channel and is so good. Just a couple of notes... The original recipe calls for 1/4 cup golden raisins, (Yuck!). I leave them out because I hate raisins.. It also calls for 1 cup each of white wine and chicken stock; this made it way too wet, suggest cutting down to about a half cup of each, or leave out the water or the wine depending on your taste, to make a better gravy consistency. And... The rice is awesome, but simple.

    Recipe #74813

    This is a double loaf recipe I first saw used in a Community Kitchen, culinary arts training program for disadvantaged people in Portland, Maine. No sugar? That's what I said... I usually proof my yeast with a teaspoon or so of sugar, but I assure you the recipe works without it... And it's very simple.

    Recipe #74712

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