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"Great cake, also known in Barbados as black cake or rum cake, is a variation of British Christmas cake that's smashed with rum and falernum syrup," says Momofuku Seiobo chef Paul Carmichael. "This festive cake varies from household to household but they all have two things in common: tons of dried fruit and rum. It's a cake that should be started at least a month out so the fruit can marinate in the booze. Start this recipe up to five weeks ahead to macerate the fruit and baste the cake."
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1 Tim Webber Design "Y" stool, $555, from Corporate Culture.
2 "Falster" table, $189, from Ikea.
3 "Fold Unfold" tablecloth, $123.20, from Corporate Culture.
4 Zuperzozial medium bowl, $14.95, from Outliving.
5 "Can Can" decanter, $36, from Lime Lifestyle.
6 Table barbecue-grill, $420, from Top3 by Design.
7 "Black Lines" Colour Glass white wine glasses, $49.50 each, from Corporate Culture.
8 Bakelite tumbler, $8, from The Country Trader.
9 "Kaleido" tray, $64.90, from Corporate Culture.
10 Crystal tumblers, $6.95 each, from Outliving.
11 Kaz Ceramics "Pebble" servers, $39 per pair, from Koskela.
12 "Low" salad bowl, $92.40 for set of three, from Satara.
13 Bakelite bowl, $8, from The Country Trader.
14 Enamelware plate, $55 for set of four, from Koskela.
15 Kay Bojesen "Grand Prix" cutlery, $495 for 16-piece set, from Great Dane.
16 Indigo "Mix 6 Lucky Dip" napkins, $89 for six, from Utopia Goods.
17 Zuperzozial large bite plate, $18.95, from Outliving.
18 Anya Brock "Budgie" melamine plate, $25, from Koskela.
19 Kitchen mill "Stubby", $109 each, from Koskela.
20 Harri Koskinen for Iittala carving fork and spatula, $60 each, from Anibou.
21 Bakelite tray, $26, from The Country Trader.
22 Colour Glass low water glasses, $15.40 each, from Corporate Culture.
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