These superb fruitcakes are based on the ones Robert Lambert's English grandmother made at the family farm in northern Wisconsin 50 years ago. Exotic home-candied citrus peels, young ginger, flawless fruits, and nuts from small California farms complete the task of creating cakes that vanquish forever fruitcake's bad reputation! Each is aged for flavor as Robert's grandmother's were, wrapped in cheesecloth, tied with linen string and doused with good liquor. They are topped with fresh bay leaf & citrus peel star and sealed in a cellophane bag.
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