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Ruth Lafler | Aug 7, 200203:43 PM     4

The last couple of weeks I've succumbed to another treat Acme offers at their Farmer's market booth: "Kulich," a tea bread made with golden raisins, dried cranberries, lemon peel, almonds and brandy. When I bought it this week, I asked the guy if the brandy was in the fruit, but he said he thinks it's in the dough.

For some reason it it brings back fond memories of my first visits to my Aunt's family in England in the early '70s when fresh bread was still delivered along with the milk in the morning: a couple of big white loaves, a wheat loaf, and some days fruit bread for tea.

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