Another Midnight Fudge Cake
If you like chocolate, then you will love Another Midnight Fudge Cake Recipe. There is so much chocolate in this fudge recipe, from the dark, fudgy brownie batter that is swirled into the rich chocolate cake recipe for a cake recipe you won't soon forget. This dessert recipe is nice and easy to do; it uses a boxed brownie recipe and a boxed cake recipe so you will also save lots of time. This is a chocolate recipe that won't last long once its put out.
Chocolate has a long and rich history. The history of chocolate begins in Mesoamerica around 1900 BC. Chocolate has been prepared as a drink for nearly all of its known history. At an archaeological site on the Gulf Coast of Veracruz, Mexico, a vessel was found at an Olmec that dates to chocolate's preparation by the pre-Olmec people as early as 1750 BC. On another site on the Pacific coast of Chiapas, Mexico, there was evidence of cacao beverages that date back even earlier, to 1900 BC. The chocolate residues and the kind of vessel in which they were found show the initial use of cacao as not simply being a beverage, but the white pulp around the cacao beans was likely used as a source of fermentable sugars for an alcoholic drink. The Aztecs had gained control of a large part of Mesoamerica by 1500 BC and adopted cacao into their culture. They associated chocolate with the god Quetzalcoatl, who, according to one of their legends, was cast away by the other gods for sharing chocolate with humans. In contrast to the Maya, who were known to like their chocolate warm, the Aztecs drank their chocolate cold, seasoning it with a wide variety of additives, which included the petals of the Cymbopetalum penduliflorum tree, allspice, chile pepper, vanilla, and honey. The Aztecs were unable to grow the cacao themselves, as their where they lived in the Mexican highlands was unsuitable for growing the plant, so chocolate was a luxury that was imported into the empire. The people who lived in the areas that were ruled by the Aztecs were required to offer cacao seeds in payment of the tax they deemed owed.Cocoa beans were often used as currency. Cacao was even used as a sort of currency with the Aztecs using a system in which one turkey cost about 100 cacao beans and one fresh avocado being worth three beans
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