Not Your Grandmother's Fruitcake
When I was a kid, fruitcake was one of those food gifts that always made an appearance during the holidays. Wrapped in heavy-duty foil and dressed with dazzling red and green ribbons, it snuck in posing as a delectable celebrity on my mother's dessert table. It was dutifully delivered by the neighbor down the road who devotedly baked a multitude of them every year for gifts.
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