This is a holiday tradition in my family. Even though it is called fruitcake, it really isn't. More of a melted marshmallow-cherry-nut-graham cracker thing. 1 pound graham crackers (they are no longer sold in 16oz boxes, it is now 14.something ounces. You can just do the one box but it makes the cake very sticky.) 1 pound marshmallows 1/4 cup milk 1 big jar of cherries pecans or walnuts, as many as you like for a crunch Pour the milk over the marshmallows and melt them together in the microwave, one or two minutes at a time and then stir, reheat, etc. Crush the graham crackers fine. Chop the nuts. Drain the cherries, save the juice seperate. Chop the cherries. Mix the melted marshmallow mixture, graham crackers, nuts, and cherries. Mixture will be very sticky and will take a bit to come together. Add a few tablespoons of cherry juice for flavor. (I add a lot because I like cherries) Line a cassarole dish with wax or parchment paper. Press sticky mixture into the dish and refridgerate until solid. (a few hours at most) Eat and enjoy!