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'Fruitcake' - 8 News Result(s)

  • Donald Trump's Typo Turns A German Holiday Bread Into A Twitter Star

    Donald Trump's Typo Turns A German Holiday Bread Into A Twitter Star

    Maybe it was part of President Donald Trump's ongoing campaign to end the "war on Christmas," freeing up believers to openly extol the virtues of stollen bread without fear of running afoul of fruitcake hate groups.

  • Would You Dare to Eat This 106-Year Old Fruitcake from Antarctica?

    Would You Dare to Eat This 106-Year Old Fruitcake from Antarctica?

    What is the most bizarre thing that you've ever eaten? Nothing as weird as the recently discovered 106-year old, untouched fruitcake that is believed to be still edible.

  • 100-Year-Old Fruitcake Found In Antarctica Looks Good Enough To Eat

    100-Year-Old Fruitcake Found In Antarctica Looks Good Enough To Eat

    Conservators from the New Zealand-based Antarctic Heritage Trust discovered the 106-years-old treat in a hut on Cape Adare in East Antarctica.

  • Get Soaking: Now's the Time to Start Holiday Fruitcakes

    Get Soaking: Now's the Time to Start Holiday Fruitcakes

    Right now, 30 pounds of dried fruit are soaking in Yadira Stamps's kitchen. In liquor. In fact, it has been soaking for two years, waiting until it makes its way into some of the 130 fruitcakes the Panama native will bake this Christmas.

  • A Fruitcake Recipe that Finishes with a Big Bang

    A Fruitcake Recipe that Finishes with a Big Bang

    Every year, the children and their father would grate, mix and steep the fruit, then bake and wrap dozens of cakes to give to family and friends and other fruitcake-poor households.

  • Christmas Special: East India's Love for Fruitcakes

    Christmas Special: East India's Love for Fruitcakes

    In Kolkata, formerly known as Calcutta, families of all religious backgrounds embrace Christmas traditions, including a far more moist and softer version of fruitcake than the traditional kind found in the United States.

  • Christmas Day Food: A Hard To Resist Fruitcake

    Christmas Day Food: A Hard To Resist Fruitcake

    Good fruitcake is another story, one that evokes Christmas probably more than any other sweet.

  • World's biggest fruitcake brings in sweet reward

    World's biggest fruitcake brings in sweet reward

    About three hundred kids staged a fundraiser in Nicaragua on Sunday and smashed a sweet Guinness Book record, baking the world's largest fruitcake.Stretching across 500 meters (1,640 feet) -- the length of four city blocks -- the whopper of a cake was...

'Fruitcake' - 8 News Result(s)

  • Donald Trump's Typo Turns A German Holiday Bread Into A Twitter Star

    Donald Trump's Typo Turns A German Holiday Bread Into A Twitter Star

    Maybe it was part of President Donald Trump's ongoing campaign to end the "war on Christmas," freeing up believers to openly extol the virtues of stollen bread without fear of running afoul of fruitcake hate groups.

  • Would You Dare to Eat This 106-Year Old Fruitcake from Antarctica?

    Would You Dare to Eat This 106-Year Old Fruitcake from Antarctica?

    What is the most bizarre thing that you've ever eaten? Nothing as weird as the recently discovered 106-year old, untouched fruitcake that is believed to be still edible.

  • 100-Year-Old Fruitcake Found In Antarctica Looks Good Enough To Eat

    100-Year-Old Fruitcake Found In Antarctica Looks Good Enough To Eat

    Conservators from the New Zealand-based Antarctic Heritage Trust discovered the 106-years-old treat in a hut on Cape Adare in East Antarctica.

  • Get Soaking: Now's the Time to Start Holiday Fruitcakes

    Get Soaking: Now's the Time to Start Holiday Fruitcakes

    Right now, 30 pounds of dried fruit are soaking in Yadira Stamps's kitchen. In liquor. In fact, it has been soaking for two years, waiting until it makes its way into some of the 130 fruitcakes the Panama native will bake this Christmas.

  • A Fruitcake Recipe that Finishes with a Big Bang

    A Fruitcake Recipe that Finishes with a Big Bang

    Every year, the children and their father would grate, mix and steep the fruit, then bake and wrap dozens of cakes to give to family and friends and other fruitcake-poor households.

  • Christmas Special: East India's Love for Fruitcakes

    Christmas Special: East India's Love for Fruitcakes

    In Kolkata, formerly known as Calcutta, families of all religious backgrounds embrace Christmas traditions, including a far more moist and softer version of fruitcake than the traditional kind found in the United States.

  • Christmas Day Food: A Hard To Resist Fruitcake

    Christmas Day Food: A Hard To Resist Fruitcake

    Good fruitcake is another story, one that evokes Christmas probably more than any other sweet.

  • World's biggest fruitcake brings in sweet reward

    World's biggest fruitcake brings in sweet reward

    About three hundred kids staged a fundraiser in Nicaragua on Sunday and smashed a sweet Guinness Book record, baking the world's largest fruitcake.Stretching across 500 meters (1,640 feet) -- the length of four city blocks -- the whopper of a cake was...

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