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  1. treehugger
    December 11, 2007

    how do i bake it if i just have a turbo broiler? it would be so great if that’s possible. :)

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  2. noemi
    December 11, 2007

    I think you can bake it through a turbo broiler. I just haven’t tested it though. Make sure you follow the temperature though.

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  3. kriziaang
    October 17, 2008

    hi. where can i buy dates? :) I’m really having a hard time looking for one. hope you can help :)

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  4. Edwin
    January 19, 2009
  5. Maria
    September 21, 2009

    Hello, can I aged this fruit cake for a month or so? What to do if I can. Thanks.

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  6. Sharon Schmidt
    December 31, 2009

    Whallah now i know what to make for our New Year’s dinner dessert. By the way what are the fruits needed for this recipe? Oh please reply soon i know its New Year in RP now but i hope you will still have time to check your blog. Wink

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  7. Marie
    April 1, 2010

    the fruit cake looks yummy : )

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  8. Quel
    July 6, 2010

    Hi, may I know what brand of cherry brandy is best to use for this fruitcake? What is the size of the pan? I will be using 4 inch round by 2 inches and 6 inches round. Would like to know how many 4 inch round by 2 inches it can make. Thank you!!

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  9. didi reyes
    August 25, 2010

    IHi ! I just wanna know what is the correct cup measurement of the brown sugar? Coz it’s written here 1 1/1 cup….And can you please share your other recipes of the fruitcake you said…Thanks a lot1 :)

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  10. didi reyes
    August 25, 2010

    IHi ! I just wanna know what is the correct cup measurement of the brown sugar? Coz it’s written here 1 1/1 cup….And can you please share your other recipes of the fruitcake you said…Thanks a lot! :)

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  11. rino
    November 14, 2011

    i maybe a kid back then but reading your recipe list, and imagining the aroma, i agree it’s the best!

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  12. Gloria Enrile Trono
    November 28, 2013

    Matagal ko ng gustong itry magbake ng fruitcake, pero wala po dito sa Saudi Arabia ang brandy. Any suggestions po for substitution of brandy? I will be granteful po kung mapag-uunlakan ninyo ang tanong ko. salamat po.

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    • momblogger
      November 29, 2013

      If the recipe calls for brandy and you don’t have it (or like it), use wine or even a fruit juice of your choice.

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      • Gloria Enrile Trono
        November 29, 2013

        thank you very much and more power to your blogs…

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