Jane Parker Classic Light Fruit Cake 72 Ounce Ring

Jane Parker Classic Light Fruit Cake 72 Ounce Ring

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Jane Parker Classic Light Fruit Cake 72 Ounce Ring

The Original Jane Parker Classic Fruit Cake in a 72 Ounce ring. This Jane Parker Light Fruitcake is generously filled with more than 2/3 luscious fruits and nuts. Plump juicy raisins, glace red cherries, glace golden pineapple, orange peel, and crunchy pecans are just some of the fine ingredients in this Jane Parker Light Fruit Cake. This classic fruit cake is prepared faithfully to the original recipe, and proudly baked in the USA. Great for large gatherings, this cake serves 24-36.
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Mr.
I've been eating these Fruitcakes now for 82 years and they are the best & only Fruitcakes i'll Eat. I am very glad that you were able to acquire the name and recipe for them and hope your business lasts a long time. (My wife ordered these for me, JoEllen Bow
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Reviewed by:  from Millington, MI. on 9/22/2018
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Reviewed by:  from N. chesterfield. on 12/11/2017
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Daughter of long time employee of A&P Tea Company
Many years ago, as a very young child, The Jane Parker Christmas Cake became, a large and delicious part of our Christmas Holidays...along with Homemade Boiled Custard. Both of these were enjoyed , even to us children. But, we learned much more about the added ingredients as we became adults. The secret ingredient was adding Good Ole Kentucky Bourbon to the cake and to the custard. The cake began to be "doctored" as soon as it arrived. A clean cloth was soaked in the bourbon and placed in the hole in the middle of the cake...kept rationed amounts added to the cloth, as needed. The custard was doctored as it was served, thereby being able to see the children was served the delicious custard, knowing no difference. The adults were only supposed to add a teaspoon to a decent bowl of custard...but no one ever was called down if they took two.
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Reviewed by:  from Kentucky. on 10/3/2019
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