Fruitcake Subculture Conspiracy Revisited
Once upon a time wrote for a website called texascooking.com. My articles are still up there but I figured I would post up some of them here. This first one is one of my favorites. I hope you enjoy it too. Somewhere in the recent past, society took a turn and a long-standing holiday tradition was transformed into a joke. So complete was this societal change that those daring to speak up for or defend fruitcake were virtually stoned by an angry mob. Fruitcake lovers were outcast, rejected and ridiculed by popular culture. So vitriolic was the anti-fruitcake feeling that those with differing views were forced to quietly seek out others who, like them, still appreciated the fruitcake. Soon, the outcasts began to find each other, and so,...