This recipe dates back to my first attempts in the kitchen over 30yrs ago. I was a young bride and wishful to impress my husbands family with something homemade and more adventurous than ice cream and tinned fruit salad. My friend Pat Mitchell gave this recipe to me when I explained what I wanted,and she rattled it off immediately without resorting to a book or notes as if she had made it a dozen times. I don't know where she originally got it from.
A sure hit, one step, tea bread which is best served sliced and buttered the next day - if it lasts that long. It is a 'can't fail' recipe, that is a great one to let the kids help with while they are learning their way around the kitchen, as my boys did.
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