This is my favorite chocolate cake. No fuss, no mess and very moist. Back in the early days when it was paycheck to paycheck, this simple dessert made it into his lunchbox many a day because it was cheap and simple. No eggs, no milk.
I got this recipe about 2 years ago in a magazine which I promptly misplaced. About a month ago I got it again in an email from Cuisine at Home. This time I promptly made it with mustard greens from my garden and took it to a potluck. All I brought home was an empty pot it was so good. I've adjusted the cayenne because some people found it to be a bit warm at 1/2 tsp although my dh and I enjoyed it as is.
Amanda loves salmon and I wanted to do something special for her birthday, so I made up this recipe. Luckily, she loved it and asked that I be sure to write this one down on Zaar so as to not lose it. So, Amanda, here is your birthday salmon.
Growing up, I had never eaten or even heard of a creamy cole slaw dressing...this was the only one my Mom ever made...to this day I love it. A nice change from the mayo based recipes not to mention this one works better for cook outs or picnics where you don't want milk or mayo based salads. If you want it sugar free - just use sugar subsitute