This cake was inspired by Devil Dogs, the bone-shaped chocolate cakes with irresistible white goo sandwiched between their layers. I haven't tried these, but they remind me of those Hostess Suzy Q cakes that many of us loved as kids. OK, I still love them! A variation of this recipe would be to cut the cake horizontally in half and sandwich the frosting inside rather than on top. Also, if a moister cake is desired, it's best to let the cake set for one day as it tends to be dry freshly cooled. See Cook's Notes at bottom!