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Juggernauter Dec 5, 2010 12:26 PM

Christmas cake
Traditional christmas cake here, my daily job for now. :-) No, not to eat, to produce of course.

Ingredients: butter, flour, yeast, raisins, almonds, walnuts, candied orange peel, candied lemon peel, sugar, rum, white wine, more butter, milk and a few secret spices.

Wizzard0003 Dec 5, 2010 12:30 PM

That looks similar to what we in the USA call "Fruit Cake" which is also traditional
at Christmas... We usually don't put frosting on them though...

The image looks great...! :)

Juggernauter Dec 5, 2010 12:48 PM

Fruit cake is on us something else, as this picture shows. Main ingredient here are dried fruits such as pears, figs, dates, apples, candied lemon peel, candied orange peel and raisins, mixing with a baked bread dough from rye and wheat and of course rum and whitewine. :-)

lisalonewolf Dec 5, 2010 1:31 PM

The first one looks more like stollen, pardon my spelling.
Our, US, version of Fruit cake is a dense pound cake pan size of candied fruit, little dough, nuts, rum, and is basically most of us.
It becomes a 'symbol' to give and regive at holiday time.

Personally I love 'stollen' and Panetone. Yum with a cup of rich coffee.
might do that today.

Steven R Dec 5, 2010 3:15 PM

Send me one of each, I'll be glad to do a taste comparison at no charge. LOL:icon_lol:

Wizzard0003 Dec 6, 2010 12:24 AM

Yes, come to think of it what Lisa said is true and the second image is closer...

I never eat the American version fo Fruit Cake... :p

Ordo Dec 6, 2010 6:14 AM

Nice and tempting. You could make some extra $ photographing products.

hkmp50 Dec 13, 2010 7:57 PM

Jugg I have no idea where you work, but I am thinking of filling out an application!!!:) Frank

(great shots of your products! I am so disappointed that you won't give us your secret ingredients, as that is what is probably missing in our "fruitcake recipes!!!)

Ps. When I get a fruitcake from someone they usually get it back the next year, it usually has not lost any of its supposed flavor (since they have almost no flavor to start with),and they are made so dense that I don't think they ever ever ever spoil....LOL;)

hkmp50 Dec 13, 2010 8:03 PM

Hummmmmm, I would be guessing that you cannot ship these either....Too bad, I would like a taste of Bavaria!

Juggernauter Dec 13, 2010 11:58 PM

One of our secret spices in the first cake is:
and this one

and in the cake on the second image there is additional this one:

It is written in German so you need to translate it.

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