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Birdbath 4 points ago +4 / -0

Mayonnaise cake is great, it's really moist, with a deep chocolate flavor, but now I want tomato soup spice cake ( from the same cooking era.)

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PostyMcGee 2 points ago +2 / -0

I've heard of these, and I think vinegar cakes? Before and was skeptical. Still got to try them.

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saltymainahkracken 1 point ago +1 / -0

Have made this many times over the years. So yummy topped with the frosting recipe from the Hershey's Cocoa tin or peanut butter frosting. And a big glass of cold whole milk. :-) Glad hellmanns.com has it, it's a classic. FYI, if you're yard sale-ing, flea marketing, and come across a cookbook called Best Recipes from the Backs of Bottles Cans and Jars by Ceil Dyer, snap that baby up! And, if you see The American Heritage Cookbook. Or a cookbook from a Grange Hall. Those ladies knew how to cook! Before the internet was a thing, food manufacturers had cookbooks we could order by writing their address and sending a check... Quaker Oats, Bakers Chocolate, Hershey's, Fleischmann's, King Arthur, Bertolli, etc. Cheap, like $3.95. Yeah, I got 'em all. I'm that old. lol