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Everyone Loves a Fruitcake

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Holiday sweets and treats are plentiful, but one old favorite that always comes back is the fruitcake. Vintage House & Garden has more than enough recipes to go around in the December 1968 issue “Superb Holiday Fruitcakes” and December 1969 “Menus and Recipes for Holiday Parties.” We chose our favorites to share along with some great Southern recipes and hospitality: sweet, festive and delicious.

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The Perfect Southern Fruitcake

In “Debunking Fruitcake” Rebel Scouts chapter in James Villas “Stalking the Green Fairy and other fantastic adventures in Food & Drink,” Scout talks about two fruitcakes stored in the bottom shelf of his refrigerator: one from 1979 and the other from 1985. Most Southerners know that fruitcake gets better with age, and should be prepared at least a year in advance of serving. He writes: “Although fruitcake can be traced back at least to an ancient Roman baked mixture of dried fruits, seeds, nuts, and the honey wine called Satura - nowhere over the centuries has the cake evolved as an intrinsic part of the culture as it has in the American south. Needless to say, everyone in this country is as familiar with the fruitcake as with meatloaf. If in recent times this confection has become the object of every bad gastronomic joke imaginable, it is only because most Americans, exposed increasingly to little more than those wretched store-bought or mail order products, do not know, or have forgotten, what great fruit cake taste like. The sad predicament applies as much to our professional chefs as to most home cooks, which I suppose is why, disgracefully, the last item you can expect to find on restaurant dessert menus is some form of fruitcake.”

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Christmas Fruitcake

In Edna Lewis’s “The Taste of Country Cooking” she explains that “preparing the cake became a festive occasion, and almost as exciting as Christmas itself. In selecting the ingredients for the fruitcake, it is best to buy a few important items such as citron, seeded raisins, and candied peel in late December for the following Christmas. The freshest ingredients come into the market too late to make an aged cake. The special fruits can be kept perfectly well in a cool, dry place (not a refrigerator) until its time to make the cake. The same care should be taken with spices. Cinnamon from Ceylon is much more delicate and sweet than the other bark that is found today at most fancy food places. Fruitcake is so special and lasts so long that only the best ingredients should be used in it.”

Ingredients

2 cups (1 pound) butter
2 cups granulated sugar
2 cups soft brown sugar (not brownulated)
10 medium sized eggs, well beaten
1 cup unsulphured molasses
1 cup grape jelly
1 cup blackberry wine
2 teaspoons freshly ground Ceylon cinnamon
2/3 nutmeg, grated
2 teaspoons freshly ground mace
2 teaspoons freshly ground allspice
1 teaspoon freshly ground cloves
2 tablespoons vanilla extract
8 cups sifted unbleached flour
4 teaspoons Royal Baking Powder
2 pounds seeded muscat raisins (seed by hand preferably)
2 pounds seedless dark raisins
1 pound citron, sliced thin and cut into 1/2-inch pieces
1 pound currants
1/2 pound each candied orange and lemon peel (can be made at home)
2 cups rum or old brandy
2 10-inch tube pans, greased and lined with uncontaminated brown paper well-greased on both sides.

Cream the butter and sugars until light. Add beaten eggs and mix well while stirring in molasses, jelly, and wine. Stir in spices, vanilla and flour with baking powder added. Add in the fruit bit by bit, stirring well after each addition. When well mixed, spoon the batter into the tube pans. Fill three quarters full and set the pans in an odorless, cold place for two days. Then set the cake batter into a preheated oven that ranges between 250 and 300 degress for four hours. Remove from oven and cool in pans. When cold, remove from pans and leave cakes encased in paper wrapping; store in clean, dry tins or wooden boxes. (Any container OTHER than plastic.) Lace the cakes beginning in early December once a week with ½ cup rum or old brandy. Lace for 4 weeks. Keep the containers covered.

Edible Ornaments

Edible Ornaments are a Holiday favorite and a great way to get the kids involved: Stud oranges with cloves, pull strong wire through orange, and knot at the bottom. As oranges are heavy, hang near trunk. Secure to branch with wire…. Wrap candied apples in cellophane and tie with ribbon. Wire apple stick and set on top of branch, securing wire to tree…. Make 1/4 –inch holes in top of GINGERBREAD MEN before baking. If hole closes in baking, recut while still warm. Decorate with icing…. Punch FLOWER and CRESCENT COOKIES with holes as for gingerbread men. Sprinkle crescents with colored sugars, and flowers with silver balls and red hots before baking. To make COOKIE STAR knead extra flour into basic sugar cookie dough, roll the dough about ¼-inch thick, and cut a star outline in it 6 to 7 inches wide. Stud with silver balls and bake the cookie until it is golden brown. Who wouldn’t love an edible Christmas tree?!

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Bon appétit & Merry Christmas!

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The Taste of Country Cooking, By Edna Lewis (Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1976)

Stalking the Green Fairy and other Fantastic Adventures in Food and Drink, By James Villas (John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New Jersey, 2004)

House & Garden: “Superb Holiday Fruitcakes,” December 1968

House & Garden: “Menus and Recipes for Holiday Parties,” December 1969

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Charlotte Moss for IBU

Charlotte is excited to announce her collaboration on a capsule collection for Ibu - the groundbreaking apparel and accessories brand that partners with women artisans in developing countries around the world who craft every piece by hand.

Inspired by the Charlotte’s passion for travel around the globe, Charlotte Moss for Ibu reflects her favorite, timelessly chic classics with an array of dresses, caftans, day jackets, pants, and tunics of solid, printed and embroidered cottons and hand-dyed silks, cashmere and wool. In addition, a complement of must-have accessories from necklaces, bangles, cuffs, earrings, shawls and mules accompany colorful eyeglasses and capes to round out the collection.

Drawing from rich cultural traditions in textiles: weaving, dyeing, embroidery skills practiced by women – not quite extinct but endangered, Charlotte has imagined a modern, urban style that celebrates these ancient crafts, reflecting her well-defined sartorial style and travels. With a glamorous, artful sensibility Charlotte Moss for Ibu features garments and accessories handmade by women artisans in Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Peru, and Morocco.

As an ambassador for the Ibu movement, Charlotte’s collection is a reflection of her own soulful experience. She states, “I cannot tell you what a joy, a challenge, and a journey it has been over the past year working on my collection with Susan Walker and her talented team. It has been a rare privilege to have been given the opportunity to work with women artisans around the world through Ibu, while combining things that are dear to me. Supporting women through their work, making them feel vital and self-sustaining, and having the chance to collaborate with someone very passionate about her vision, all the while designing - something I have never done before - has been a deeply rewarding venture.”

Founded in 2013 by Susan Hull Walker, a former minister who studied world religions at Harvard Divinity School, Ibu is the culmination of Susan's spiritual and creative journey. Through her study of fiber-arts at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), Susan learned to weave and articulate the language of material culture. Her sense of adventure and passion for textiles has led her to connect with women’s cooperatives around the globe.

The Ibu Movement, founded three years ago, has grown into an international social enterprise offering goods handmade by women in 79 different artisan groups throughout the world. The flagship showroom in Charleston, South Carolina, also houses a studio where the Ibu team designs fresh interpretations of textile traditions.

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About Charlotte Moss

Since opening her business in 1985, Charlotte has designed private residences and executive suites all over the United States and the Caribbean. In addition to designing interiors, Charlotte Moss’ career has included retail stores, celebrated for Charlotte’s unique blend of American, European and Classical influences.

Having launched her career on Wall Street, Charlotte has a keen sense for the shifting sands of change, amid all her decorating prowess. Widening her reach in recent years, Charlotte Moss, LLC now brings her signature Flair for Living to consumers worldwide with collections available under license. She has designed fabric and trim for Fabricut, carpeting sisals for Stark Carpet, and china for Pickard. Most recently, Charlotte has used her experience culled from twenty-five years of decorating couture homes to design a collection of furniture and upholstery with Century Furniture.

Charlotte is a sought-after speaker, lecturing widely on all the arts of living. Recent lecture titles include:

  • “Where Ideas Come From”
  • “A Flair for Living”
  • “Having a Visual Life”
  • “Living Well: The Key to an Enduring Style”
  • “Age Defying Decorating”
  • “What Sparks Your Creativity?”
  • “Show Me the Content: Design Blogging Today”
  • “Design Muse: Great Women of Style”

She has written nine books to date. Her most recent title, Garden Inspirations was published by Rizzoli in April of 2015. In addition to writing books, she frequently contributes to House Beautiful, Flower Magazine and other publications.

Charlotte’s work has been published in shelter magazines worldwide and she has received numerous awards, including The New York School of Interior Design's Centennial Medal, The Timeless Design Award, given by the Royal Oak Foundation, Elle Décor’s VISION AWARD, IFDA's (International Furnishings & Design Association) Circle of Excellence Award for the field of interior design and Traditional Home magazine’s list of the worlds’ Top 20 interior designers.

Charlotte considers her most important work to be her community service and philanthropy. She serves on the Boards of The Thomas Jefferson Foundation at Monticello, The Bone Marrow Foundation, American Corporate Partners, Madoo Conservancy, The Elsie de Wolfe Foundation and the Advisory Board of The New York School of Interior Design, where she received an Honorary Doctorate Degree. Charlotte sits on the Acquisitions Committee at The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology. In 2013, Charlotte was honored by the Bone Marrow Foundation with the Brandon Tartikoff Award at the ‘Be A Lifeline’ benefit gala, and received the Centennial Medal from the New York School of Interior Design in the spring of 2017.

 

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Curriculum Vitae 

COMMUNITY SERVICE / CHARITABLE INTERESTS:

Current:

Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Monticello, Trustee

  • Committees: Chairman of Nominating and Governance Committee

Buildings and Grounds Committee
External Affairs Committee

  • The Bone Marrow Foundation, Board Member
  • American Corporate Partners, Board Member
  • New York School of Interior Design, Advisory Board Member
  • The International Council of Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens, Founding Member
  • Madoo Conservancy, Board Member
  • American Hospital of Paris Board, Honorary Trustee
  • Museum at F.I.T., Acquisitions Committee
  • Elsie de Wolfe Foundation, Board Member

Previous:

  • Parrish Art Museum, Vice President
  • Landscape Pleasures Garden Symposium at the Parrish Art Museum, Co-Chair (1998 – 2009)
  • Edith Wharton Restoration, Trustee
  • Leaders of Design Council, Executive Cabinet
  • The Irvington Institute for Medical Research, Trustee
  • Museum at F.I.T, Couture Council
  • Bard Center for Graduate Studies, Board Member
  • Teach for America Guest Teacher (May 2008)
  • UNICEF Snowflake Gala, Project Co-Chair, (2004 – 2010)
  • New York City Ballet Spring Gala, Gala Chair, (May 2008, May 2012)
  • The Smile Collection Gala for Operation Smile, Gala Chair, (May 2008)
  • Fashion Week/Lincoln Center Fall, 2009, Executive Committee Member
  • Kips Bay Showhouse, Gala Chair, (2008, 2009 and previous)

AWARDS:

  • New York School of Interior Design Centennial Medal of Honor (Spring 2017)
  • Guild Hall Lifetime Achievement Award for Leadership & Philanthropic Endeavors (2016)
  • Housing Works Groundbreaker Award (2015)
  • American Hospital of Paris, Honoree (2014)
  • The Bone Marrow Foundation’s 2013 Brandon Tartikoff Award (2013)
  • The IFDA Circle of Excellence Award (2012)
  • The Royal Oak Foundation’s 2010 Timeless Design Award (2010)
  • New York School of Interior Design Honorary Doctorate, Commencement Speaker (2008)
  • Edith Wharton Women of Achievement Award
  • American Hospital of Paris - President’s Award
  • Boys Harbor, Salute to Achievement Founder’s Medal for Philanthropy

RECOGNITION:

  • Elle Décor The A-List, Grand Masters List (2017)
  • Elle Décor The A-List, Grand Masters List (2016)
  • Elle Décor The A-List (2015)
  • Elle Décor Grand Master List (2014)
  • Elle Decor’s A-List: The Top 25 Designers (2010)
  • Elle Decor’s Vision Award (2009)
  • Traditional Home – Top 20 Design Icon (2009)
  • The Horticultural Society of New York, Honoree
  • House Beautiful, “Top Ten” Showhouse Award / Kips Bay
  • House Beautiful, “Top 125 Designers”

AUTHOR:

  • Garden Inspirations                                  (Rizzoli, April 2015)
  • Charlotte Moss: A Visual Life                 (Rizzoli, October 2012)
  • Charlotte Moss Decorates                        (Rizzoli, April 2011)
  • A Flair for Living                                       (Assouline, Spring 2008)
  • Winter House                                              (Clarkson Potter, November, 2005)
  • Design Inspirations, Vol. I                       (Boxwood Press, October 2004)
  • The Poetry of Home                                   (Boxwood Press, December 1998)
  • Creating a Room                                        (Viking Studio Books, March 1995)
  • A Passion for Detail                                   (Doubleday, October 1991)

 

FOREWORDS:

  • The Decorated Home, Meg Braff                                                            (Rizzoli, Spring 2017)
  • How they Decorated, Gaye Tapp                                                            (Rizzoli, Spring 2017)
  • Fresh, Sybil Sylvester                                                                                 (Glitterati, Spring 2017)
  • Linens, Jane Scott Hodges                                                                        (Rizzoli, 2014)
  • An Architectural Alphabet, Bernd Dams & Andrew Zega                 (2008)
  • An Invitation to the Garden, Michael Devine                                      (Rizzoli, 2014)

EDITORIAL ROLES:           

  • Special Projects Editor, House Beautiful
  • Guest Editor, House Beautiful (November 2013 Issue)
  • Contributor, WSJ, Off Duty
  • Contributor, T Magazine
  • Contributor, Flower Magazine

ARTICLES:

  • Charlotte Moss on Maximizing White Space (House Beautiful, October 2016)
  • Charlotte Moss on Starting Your Own traditions (House Beautiful, May 2016)
  • Charlotte Moss on Beautiful Beginnings (House Beautiful, March 2016)
  • Nancy Lancaster: Haute and Humble (Flower Magazine, January-February 2016)
  • Charlotte Moss on Decorating with Music (House Beautiful, December 2015)
  • Charlotte Moss on A Flair for Living (House Beautiful, October 2015)
  • A Romance With Weeds (Flower Magazine, May-June 2015)
  • The Elegant World of Bunny Mellon (Flower Magazine, March-April 2015)
  • Winter Wonderland (Flower Magazine, December 2014)
  • Bunny Mellon’s Collection, On The Block (T-Magazine November 2014)
  • Itinerary, Botanically-Themed Designations in Paris (and Beyond), (T-Magazine, July 2014)
  • The Eloquence of Silence (T Magazine, July 2014)
  • Modern is Fashion Forward (House Beautiful, June 2014))
  • The Woman Who Served Jell-O to The A-List (WSJ, July 2013))
  • Italian Sojourn (New York Cottages & Gardens, Oct. 2012)
  • That’s Entertainment! (WSJ, Sept. 2012)
  • Design Your Own Fabric (WSJ, Sept. 2012)
  • A Tuscan Garden Tutorial (WSJ, Aug. 2012)
  • A Place to Potter Around (WSJ, July 2012)
  • In the Air: Orchidelirium (Off Duty, April 2012)
  • Hedge Finds (Hamptons Cottages & Gardens, Sept. 2011)
  • That Garden Je Ne Sais Quoi (WSJ, Aug. 2011)
  • An Icon Uncovered (WSJ, May 2011)
  • The Old-World Artistry Behind the Modern House of Chanel (WSJ Magazine, April 2011)
  • Paradise Regained (WSJ, Dec. 2010) 

GUEST LECTURER:

Charlotte has lectured extensively on the topic of interior design appearing at showhouses, museums, womens’ groups, garden clubs, trade fair /antique shows and corporate events.

Past lectures include:

  • Fort Worth Garden Club, Dallas, TX (January 2017)
  • Cedar Rapids Garden Club, Cedar Rapids, IA (November 2016)
  • SCAD Style, Atlanta, GA (April 2016)
  • Marianne Scruggs Garden Club, Dallas, TX (April 2016)
  • Washington Design Center, Stark Panel, Washington, DC (March 2016)
  • Founders Garden Club, Dallas, TX (March 2016)
  • The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, Houston, TX (March 2016)
  • San Francisco Design Center Fabricut Showroom Booksigning (February 2016)
  • Hillwood Museum Estate and Garden, Washington, DC (February 2016)
  • Decorative Arts Society, Newport Beach, CA (February 2016)
  • Greenwich Historical Society, Greenwich, CT (December 2015)
  • Southeastern Horticultural Society, Atlanta, Georgia (October 2015)
  • Century Furniture Showroom
“What’s New, What’s Next?”, New York, NY (September 2015)
  • Antiques & Design Show of Nantucket, Nantucket, MA (August 2015)
  • ADAC, Atlanta, Georgia (May 2015)
  • Institute of Classical Architecture, Washington, DC (May 2015)
  • The Ditchley Foundation, Enstone, England (May 2015)
  • Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, AL (April 2015)
  • Virginia Museum of Fine Art, Richmond, VA (April 2015)
  • Albemarle Garden Club, Charlottesville, VA (April 2015)
  • Palm Beach Garden Club, Palm Beach, FL (February 2015)
  • Fabricut National Sales Meeting, Tulsa, OK (February 2015)
  • Century Furniture National Sales Meeting, Washington, DC (March 2015)
  • San Francisco Fall Antiques Show, San Francisco, CA (October 2014)
  • Nashville Antiques and Garden Show, Nashville, TN (February 2014)
  • Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC (March 2014)
  • High Point Spring Market, High Point, NC (April 2014)
  • 18th Annual Los Angeles Antiques Art + Design Show, Los Angeles, CA
(October 2013)
  • Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art,
Kansas City, MO
(October 2013)
  • Boston Design Center,
Boston, MA (June 2013)
  • KADO, St. Petersburg, Russia, (May 2013)
  • KADO, Moscow, Russia (May 2013)
  • Chicago, International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show, Chicago, IL (April 2013)
  • SCAD Style, Savannah, GA (April 2013)
  • London Design Week, London, England (March 2013)
  • Madoo Conservancy, Sagaponack, NY (March 2013)
  • Design Bloggers Conference
, Los Angeles, CA (March 2013)
  • Hillwood Museum Estate and Gardens, Washington, DC (February 2013)
  • The Mount at the NYSID Auditorium
New York, NY (February 2013)
  • Homefront Live: A Q & A Session with Jura Koncius,
New York, NY (January 2013)
  • Inside the Business of Design: An Interview with Keith Granet,
New York, NY (January 2013)
  • Holiday House Decorator Showhouse,
New York, NY (November 2012)
  • DCOTA Fall Market,
Dania Beach, FL (November 2012)
  • High Point Market,
High Point, NC (October 2012)
  • Soicher Marin Gallery
High Point Market,
High Point, NC (October 2012)
  • Marketplace Design Center,
Philadelphia, PA (October 2012)
  • Century Furniture Showroom
“What’s New, What’s Next?”, 
New York, NY (September 2012)
  • Devon Yacht Club, Amagansett, NY (August 2012)
  • Calico Corners
Calico Home,
Strafford, PA (May 2012)
  • Atlanta Decorative Arts Center,
Atlanta, GA (May 2012)
  • Washington DC Design Center
at the J. Lambeth Showroom, Washington, DC (April 2012)
  • WESTWEEK, Pacific Design Center,
Los Angeles, CA (March 2012)
  • International Women’s Day Luncheon, New York, NY (March 2012)
  • Phoenix Art Museum,
Phoenix, AZ (March 2012)
  • Coup D’Etat,
San Francisco, CA (February 2012)
  • Fabricut Showroom Appearance,
San Francisco, CA (February 2012)
  • Decorative Center Houston,
Houston, TX (November 2011)
  • The Heritage Club,
New Orleans, LA (October 13, 2011)
  • Fabricut Showroom,
New York, NY – (October 2011)
  • Antiques at the Gardens,
Birmingham, AL (October 2011)
  • Lauritzen Gardens,
Omaha, NE (September 2011)
  • The Parrish Art Museum: Landscape Pleasures,
Southampton, NY (June 2011)
  • Kips Bay Showhouse Booksigning
New York NY – May 19, 2011
  • Atlanta Symphony Showhouse, Atlanta, GA (April 2011)
  • Ralph Lauren Home, Naples, FL and Boston, MA (April 2011)
  • Lake Forest Showhouse, Lake Forest, IL (May 2011)
  • Visions 2011: A Garden Club of America, Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA (May 2011)
  • The Sulgrave Club, Washington, DC (May 2011)
  • Heritage Club, New Orleans, LA (October 2011)
  • Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville, Nashville, TN (February 2011)
  • The Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC
  • Gump’s Department Store, San Francisco, CA
  • The Massey Cancer Center at VCU, Richmond, VA
  • The Antiquarian Society, Montgomery, AL

INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECTS LOCATIONS:

 Montecito, CA                                         Houston, TX

Aspen, CO New York, NY
Bermuda Palm Beach, FL
Bel Air, CA Rancho Santa Fe, CA
Denver, CO Southampton, NY
East Hampton, NY St. Barths
Greenwich, CT Tulsa, OK

Palm Springs, CA

LICENSING: 

Current:

Furniture & Upholstery for Century Furniture

Fabric & Trim collections with Fabricut

China with Pickard

Carpet Collections with Stark Carpet

Fabric & Wallpaper with Brunschwig & Fils

Garden Planters with Siebert and Rice

CONSULTING      

Charlotte is frequently asked by various organizations to draw upon her expertise with consulting on various projects in manufacturing, retail, interior design and publishing. Consulting projects have included:

Gift shop design and space planning consultation, Monticello

Licensing Consultation, Colonial Williamsburg

Restoration of The Mount, Lenox, Massachusetts

Production of a Fundraising DVD, Kips Bay Decorator Showhouse

TV/RADIO APPEARANCES:

  • Nate Berkus Radio Show
  • Martha Stewart Living Today on Sirius Satellite Radio
  • HGTV
  • NBC Weekend Today Show
  • HGTV Our Home
  • E! Style
  • ABC Good Morning America

WEBSITE/BLOG

The Charlotte Moss website, A Flair For Living™, contains information on upcoming events, speaking engagements and licensed products, as well as the blogs, Tête-à-Tête and C’est Inspiré. Tête-à-Tête, editorially based, is updated regularly and contains articles of topical interest. C’est Inspiré, is Charlotte’s photo blog - photographs in which Charlotte feels do all the talking…

DECORATOR SHOWHOUSES:

  • Holiday House, Susan G. Komen Foundation, NYC, 2008, 2012
  • Laurel Showhouse for Veranda, NYC, 2008
  • Kips Bay Decorator’s Showhouse, NYC, 1994, 1995, 2001, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2012
  • International Designer Showhouse, NYC
  • Hampton Designer Showhouse, Bridgehampton, NY
  • The Mount, Lenox, MA
  • Hampton Designer Showhouse, Southampton, NY
  • Richmond Virginia Showhouse, Richmond, VA
  • The Royal Oak Foundation Showhouse, NYC
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