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    Mother had entered this in Burnt Offerings (published 1982). It reminded me of her making this once when I was very young.

    Recipe #451486

    Mother entered this in Burnt Offerings (published 1982) which was a cookbook for Saint Anne's Guild at All Saints' Episcopal Church, West Plains, MO.

    Recipe #451487

    This version comes from the 1970 publication of Herb Cottage Cookbook, Washington Cathedral. It is old enough that the scripture is noted with roman numerals chapter number, verse number instead of todays chapter:verse, which I have converted it to.

    Recipe #451500

    Nice. For another flavor profile cut the coffee and cocoa and add cinnamon. Then top with Recipe #478186

    Recipe #451682

    Recipe #451686

    I picked this one up in the 1970's

    Recipe #451688

    Recipe #451691

    From early 1970's

    Recipe #451696

    Jacques Pepin. 1st time I made this was as an auction item form my church in the early 1980's. I delivered it to the dinner party with rum for their dessert coffee.

    Recipe #451698

    Gorgeous presentation with dried pineapple flowers standing up on end top and sides.

    Recipe #451703

    Mother died and this recipe was not written anywhere. My brother, Drew, spent years working to duplicate it. This is the result. By the way, Mother made these in September every year and then applied brandy at least once every week until Christmas. I think that is why people liked them so much. They were so pickled that they were known to be savored by people for years. I will make these without that citron fruit. I will substitute something else. This is just my taste. There is a fruit cake recipe in the "She Could Cook" binder my sister, Anne, put together of Mother's recipes. It is NOT what she made year after year. In it I did notice and do remember cherries, so I added that to what Drew gave me. She also had 1 lb of currants. Her raisins were not white. I also observed that it had 3 cups of VERY STRONG coffee. She would boil the fruit in the coffee. I wonder if that is the recipe she started with and switched to rum somewhere along the line as she developed it.

    Recipe #451704

    Rich cake with distinctive flavor from Fannie Farmer. I made this for the first time in the 1980's.

    Recipe #451799

    This recipe came from one of the women at the plant. It is even typed on one of those IBM ball head typewriters. Father expressed how much he liked it and whoever made it promptly provided the recipe. It is a very simple recipe that allows the carrots to shine through.

    Recipe #451803

    Enjoy before, during and after! NO DRIVING!!!!

    Recipe #452049

    From the 1997 Joy of Cooking. This is a plain cake letting the bananas stand out.

    Recipe #452116

    A nice variation on banana cake.

    Recipe #452388

    3 Reviews |  By Evie*

    First tried this when I came to NZ, has been a fav ever since.

    Recipe #9936

    If you're looking for a traditional fruit cake, one filled with citron, candied peel, and green cherries — click away from this page right now. But if you love banana bread, and coconut, and the moist, dense, heavy texture of a classic fruitcake, you'll enjoy this "tropical" version of a holiday classic. *NOTE: Coconut Milk Powder is NOT coconut milk! This is a very common ingredient in SouthEast Asian cooking so you can find it in the Asian aisle of a large grocery store.

    Recipe #397185

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