Christmas cakes run the gamut from plain cakes decorated with red and green icing to fruitcake, Italian Panettone, and King Cake, which is served on the Epiphany to celebrate the arrival of the kings to the manger.
For example, try a fancy spin on ham (like prosciutto-wrapped melon?) for a spring fete, or a tasty fruitcake as your groom's cake around the holidays.
With just a little time, you will fall in love with this classic and add fruitcake to your collection of Christmas cake recipes.
No one will care that you bought slice-and-bake cookie dough or didn't bake Aunt Agatha's famous fruitcake recipe.
This Italian specialty is more like bread than cake and closer to fruitcake than any other Christmas treat.
You'll find these lighter than your traditional fruitcake, and chock full of your favorite fruit and nuts.
We all know the infamous fruitcake, but fruitcake cookies are a new take on an old tradition.
There is only one fruitcake in the entire world, and people keep sending it to each other."
There was Carl the Cutter, The Gypsy, Frank the Fruitcake; crazy names.
While I'm not disagreeing with you that Edith looks like the best candidate, in my mind she's still the flavor of the month at the fruitcake sale.