Your guests will be impressed with this loaf. Chances are they will ask you the name of the bakery where you bought it!! Please do not be daunted by the long(ish) list of instructions -- they assist you through the process of making the bread. Adapted from a Pilsbury cooking book. You can use smaller strips of dough and make two loaves. You can serve this either sliced or let your guests break off pieces.
We enjoy this cake. It comes from a 1940 publication by Kitchen Craft Recipes. It stands the testo f time and it is easily made. Try it, you and your family will like it. I recommend Mocha Icing for frosting
You can make terrific bread in six steps!! It is really easy to make. This bread has been a hit with our family for many years. I adapted it from a recipe on a package of Winn Easybake Yeast and Bread Improver.
The recipe makes 2 680g (1 1/2 lb loaves). Use your imagination when baking the bread. Use smaller loaf tins to make different sizes of loaves. Make rolls, etc.