Elixir Fruitcake Cocktail Recipe
In an effort to give the much-maligned fruitcake a touch of cool, we asked renowned mixologist, H. Joseph Ehrmann, of Elixir in San Franciso, to come up with a cocktail version. His creation? A clever play on hot buttered rum that draws inspiration on the fruits and spices of this iconic holiday cake. — Maryse Chevriere
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Guinness
This is one of the many Irish variations on fruitcake, moistened not with the usual whiskey, rum, or brandy, but with rich brown stout. This is Darina Allen’s recipe. Click here to see the Cooking with Guinness story.  Adapted from “The Country Cooking of Ireland” by Colman Andrews. 
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Fruitcake is a traditional holiday gift, and this recipe will give your fruitcake a spice of Indian flavor.
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Easy Halloween Candy Chocolate Truffles
I was curious if I could make something delicious out of leftover candy from Halloween. Sure Reese's Cups, Hershey Bars, and the like are easy. No, I wanted to see if I could make something (beyond just edible) out of the fruitcake of Halloween — candy corn. I'm pretty sure most people who buy candy corn do it because it's inexpensive and it looks pretty in a bowl sitting out, collecting dust and sticking together in one big gooey blob of fall colors. I whipped up these easy chocolate truffles with Indian Corn, which is the redheaded stepcousin of candy corn. Instead of the yellow base (on the kernel) it's got a brown base, which is cocoa. So these taste like chocolate as opposed to the more marshmallowy traditional stuff. And as we all know, this stuff keeps seemingly forever. You could make up some of these easy chocolate truffles for your Thanksgiving get-together. No one will have any idea that the center is made from candy corn.
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In a large bowl, combine all fruits and nuts. Combine flour, salt, and baking powder and sprinkle over fruit and nuts. Toss lightly until fruit and nuts are well coated. In a large bowl with an electric mixer at medium speed, cream butter and sugar. ...
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Roxy
This is my 90-year-old grandmother's recipe. Very simple.
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workerbee88
Ingredients: 1 C oil 1 1/2 C brown sugar 4 eggs 2 C flour 1 tsp baking powder 2 tsp. each salt, cinnamon, allspice 1 tsp cloves 1 C juice, pineapple, apple or orange 1 C flour 2 C candied pineapple, chopped 2 C candied cherries, whole 1 C raisins 1 ...
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Roxy
This is my 90-year-old grandmother's recipe. Very simple.
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Dienia B.
very old recipe has jelly and fruit juice and dried apricots in it . its from mrs pittoch darlene kossman recipe
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Olha
You will like this cake because it uses whole fruits and saves all that chopping time. A very pretty fruitcake after it's cut.
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katemonster8
be careful not to overbake. test after 30 minutes to keep this from happening. a different type of pan can be used depending on the occasion.
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katie in the UP
Even fruit cake hating people will love this cake!!
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