Christmas cake

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a rich fruitcake (usually covered with icing and marzipan) and eaten at Christmas

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The bakery points are being decorated with Christmas cakes and many more eatables.
Father of Sadar Baptists Church Reverend Barnobas Hembrom, Pastor of Balapara AG Church Babul Roy and the Christian community leaders participated in the Christmas cake cutting ceremonies along with their community people.
Nearby at the Bread Centre bakery Ms Almas, a customer, isn't sure how many Christmas cakes she should buy.
The farm shop kitchen is busy from September onwards, preparing handmade Christmas cakes and puddings, as well as planning some seasonal additions to the Coffee Shop menu for December.
He prepared a still-secret recipe, used to this day: a high quality, very fruity, non-crumbly, delicious Christmas cake weighing 1.
Unlike a Christmas cake you can make it and it eat straight away as the fruit and spices mature in the mincemeat, but .
A decadent range of sumptuous Christmas cakes has been launched by Exquisite Handmade Cakes to offer to their festive clientele over this winter season.
26 -- While working on a story on Christmas cakes last month I was offered at least 8 recipes of how to bake the perfect cake.
We're also going to add small Christmas cakes for customers, too.
3 million Christmas cakes snapped up between now and December 24, is the ultimate domestic goddess and envy of schoolchildren across Britain.
Christmas cakes are traditionally made in November, keeping the cake upside down in an airtight container.
Christmas cakes are very rich and dark and contain just about every dried fruit you can think of; nuts ( usually blanched almonds), glace cherries and candied peel.
A welsh family-run bakery has won a contract to supply thousands of British Airways customers flying all over the world with special Christmas cakes.