Afterthoughts: Let's just say, I should have doubled the recipe. Danny said this was possibly the best chicken I have ever made. Here are the modifcations I made: I used soy milk and 2 tbsp vinegar to curdle it, 2 tbsp tobasco (and ran out) and 1/2 tsp cayenne in the marinade, and finely crushed cornflake crumbs instead of the breadcrumbs. Don't use tin foil to bake, the butter tends to burn. I had to switch to pyrex in the middle of cooking, but next time I will just use parchment paper.
If you think that I love to make Danny's favorites, you are correct. I asked him the other night what recipes he wanted me to make again and "Red Velvet Cake" was his response. Now, if you think I was about to go and buy the Duncan Hines he's used to...nuh uh. I found a vegan recipe and, from what I have tasted (sshhhh), it is pretty good.
Afterthoughts: Danny thought the cake was a bit bitter and I liked it, but I will be on the lookout for a new (and sweeter) recipe.
These are the kind of challahs you get when the kitchen is hotter than heck and you have better things to do than braiding *another* challah. Noone in this house cares, really, as long as it is served up with peanut butter, cream cheese or honey.
Afterthought: Almost all gone before Shabbat ended...