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Mary Moore Fruit Cake recipe from the 70’s

lalto | Dec 24, 202012:12 PM     1

I had a column from my local newspaper at the time ( in the 70’s) (The Brantford Expositor”) written by Mary Moore with the recipe for a light/white fruitcake. It has been misplaced. It is cooked with a water pan underneath the loaf pans. It does not have alcohol in it. I think it made 2 or 3 cakes. I know that Ms. Moore wrote columns for number of newspaper through out Canada. I even ordered her cookbook online, to see if it was in there. Alas, no it was not. If someone knows of where to find this recipe or has it, please help me. To the best of my knowledge, the recipe was in newspaper only. Eternally grateful to everyone who responds.
Thank you so much

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