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Updated: 2017-12-18T06:33:00.293-05:00

 



I'm usually one of the only ones gobbling up fruit...

2007-11-14T08:21:00.000-05:00

I'm usually one of the only ones gobbling up fruitcake, even the mediocre sort, when we get some. I can't wait to try this kink.



Hi Valli- UR 2 Funny! I am hoping for that nice te...

2007-11-12T20:58:00.000-05:00

Hi Valli- UR 2 Funny! I am hoping for that nice texture when the time comes.

Hi Lynn- Poor guy, he obviously sees the potential fruitcake can have!

Hi Nora- Ohhh, sounds like you have an important task at hand. Good luck. I wish you success in getting the recipe!

Hi Venusia- Welcome to UtHC! PLEASE email me your enticing panforte recipe! I had panforte in Italy and loved it. Thank you so much for reading.

Hi Scott- I'm glad you think it sounds good. I'll let you know soon!

Hi Kate- The fruitcake was a dream to photograph. it doesn't col off, or loose it's shape or anything annoying like that. Merci!

Hi Deb- Fruitcake is certainly nothing new, but I hardly know anyone who makes it nowadays. I hope you can enjoy some over the holidays to bring back some more memories!

Hi Sandy- Yeah, it's more like 'cured' than 'baked'!

Hi Shayne- Your fruit cake must be really something...or else you have a lot to live up to with a blog name like yours! :)

Hi rusvaplauke- It does soften as it ages. Hope it turns out for you! Thanks for stopping by UtHC.

Hi Angel- I though so, too. It's too bad they are hidden away in a dark corner and not on display somewhere!



I love how you wrap the fruitcakes, they look like...

2007-11-09T18:22:00.000-05:00

I love how you wrap the fruitcakes, they look like a fun present.



Yum, I made one today, inspired by your post! I th...

2007-11-07T11:52:00.000-05:00

Yum, I made one today, inspired by your post! I think I added too many add-ins because it was hard to make it stick together. We'll see how this turns out (I ate the "leftovers" which didn't stick - delicious!)



I was just thinking the other day that it is time ...

2007-11-06T09:54:00.000-05:00

I was just thinking the other day that it is time to start making fruitcake (do you think i like it, look at the name of my blog) and I now have to figure out how I am going to balance the kids, school and the cakes.



They look delicious and I love that there's no bak...

2007-11-06T09:16:00.000-05:00

They look delicious and I love that there's no baking Aimee.



Aimee you just brought back some wonderful childho...

2007-11-05T14:07:00.000-05:00

Aimee you just brought back some wonderful childhood memories for me. (And yes, that was quite a few years ago!) Our next door neighbor would make her Christmas fruitcakes about this time of year also. She would do the same by wrapping them in cheesecloth soaked in brandy. Oh my gosh, I can smell them now. Christmas is just around the corner!



oh my my ! these are some wonderful snaps .... rea...

2007-11-05T13:49:00.000-05:00

oh my my ! these are some wonderful snaps .... really and the rolls looks so damn beautiful. I swear u'd have people chasing you for some of those gorgeous friut cake rolls. Well done honey !!! i'm saving this recipe :D



oh my god.. i think it would be great! The recip...

2007-11-05T08:59:00.000-05:00

oh my god.. i think it would be great! The recipe sounds wonderful.. And for this one to be no-bake is even better..



Every year I make a panforte, which is a Sienese f...

2007-11-05T08:29:00.000-05:00

Every year I make a panforte, which is a Sienese fruitcake, well, more of a nougat hazelnut/honey/citrus confection really, and you do not need to wait a month to start eating it! I'll email you my recipe.

Great blog by the way! Very inspiring pictures and recipes.



I'm a fruit cake addict. I can go through my partn...

2007-11-03T21:22:00.000-04:00

I'm a fruit cake addict. I can go through my partner's grandma's fruit cake very quickly (he has to hide it from me). I don't have the recipe YET but I do intend to spend an afternoon at her place helping her with the cakes and hopefully she will divulge the well-guarded recipe.

This is such a great idea! Since it's getting warmer here, I wonder if I will be able to do that without the logs getting mouldy.... What do you think?



My husband loves fruitcake and my family considers...

2007-11-03T19:28:00.000-04:00

My husband loves fruitcake and my family considers him quite odd for it. I always think of making some for him, but I usually think of it way too late. Thanks for the timely reminder!



I love the look of the fruitcake in a log. I used ...

2007-11-03T08:24:00.000-04:00

I love the look of the fruitcake in a log. I used to make fruitcake every year starting in late October. The longer it sits sprinkled with brandy the more the texyure is liek cutting butter when it's time to serve.