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Topic - Ernie Polanskas
It was 13 years old, Mr. Polanskas said, but only "a little dry."
"Most people hate it because someone told them they hate it," said Ernie Polanskas, the monastery's head fruitcake baker. "The bad ones are the inexpensive ones at the grocery that are shaped like a brick and are mostly made of cake that dries out."