Caribbean Black Cake
Considering the cake can take months to prepare, hours to bake, and is full of fancy fruit (in the Caribbean dried raisins and cherries are much harder to come by than, say, a banana) , Black Cake is a sign of real love.
Dark Fruitcake Recipe
Tweet Yum Fruitcakes. People either love them or loathe them and there seems to be no middle ground. I personally favour them and they are part of my annual Christmas traditions. There are basically two kinds of fruitcakes, a light cake and a dark cake. The dark fruitcake is characterized by the addition of molasses, spices, and … Continue reading Dark Fruitcake →
Orange Brandy Fruitcake - a modern update to an old fashioned favourite!
Orange Brandy Fruitcake - a rich cream cheese batter serves as the base for this simple but delicious citrus infused fruitcake that will be the absolute star of your Christmas baking.
Christmas Apricot and Walnut Fruitcake
Christmas Apricot and Walnut Fruitcake is alcohol free and loaded with walnuts, and candied and dried fruit!
Old English Fruitcake. A centuries old tradition, like your Nan used to make.
Old English Fruitcake - A dark, rich, well spiced old fashioned English style fruitcake that can be made weeks in advance of Christmas.
Traditional Irish Christmas Cake | Ruchik Randhap
A couple of months ago I shortlisted the recipe of the Christmas cake I was going to bake this year. Not so much in favour of boozy cakes I decided
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Dark Fruit Cake Recipe
I found this recipe in one of those fundraiser cookbooks someone had given me. It's a traditional Newfoundland recipe, I think. I re-arranged the ingredients in the recipe to be easier to follow. There's alot!
Christmas from Trinidad: Black cake involves fruit, booze and time
By Linda Shiue "I started soaking my fruit two weeks ago," I bragged to my brother-in-law at Thanksgiving last year. He glared at me: "Good. You can make a black cake next year, then." Mind you, this is my brother-in-law who never cooks, unless you count opening take-out containers.