a layered chocolate cake with a coconut-and-pecan frosting
The first published recipe for German’s chocolate cake recipe showed up in a Dallas newspaper in 1957 and came from a Texas homemaker.
1957; uses Baker’s German Sweet Chocolate, named for Samuel German
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noun 1. a common yellowish-brown cockroach, Blatta germanica, brought into the U.S. from Europe. noun 1. a small cockroach, Blattella germanica: a common household pest Also called (US) Croton bug
noun 1. a speedwell, Veronica chamaedrys, having blue flowers. noun 1. a creeping scrophulariaceous Eurasian plant, Veronica chamaedrys, naturalized in North America, having small bright blue flowers with white centres Usual US name bird’s-eye speedwell
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