It’s THAT good.
And super simple.
And you probably have all the ingredients lurking in your cupboard right now!
Has anyone heard of the Occidental Hotel?
It was a lovely 273-room hotel in Muskegon, MI once upon a grand, old time. Sadly, it was demolished in the 1970’s to build a mall. Built in 1866, the pictures of this lovely place speak of a whole different world than the one we now know. One with horses and carriages and lovely gowns and a thriving Muskegon when lumber barons made it one of the wealthiest, most desirable cities.
But, where it once stood now stands a culinary institute. Ironic, considering this place gave us the recipe for the best hot fudge EVER. A culinary masterpiece now passed on to you.
2 cups sugar
2/3 c. unsweetened cocoa (it helps to sift the cocoa to remove the lumps)
6 T. flour
1 tsp. salt
Whisk until melted. Let it cool a bit, and serve warm over good vanilla ice cream, peppermint ice cream, or brownie sundaes. I love it as a dipping sauce-kinda like chocolate fondue–with apples, bananas, marshmallows, vanilla wafers, the list goes on.
Or, you can always just use a ladle and cure your PMS. Your choice.
Historical photos courtesy of http://www.actorscolony.com/bustersmuskegon.htm
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