This is Peg Bracken's Irish Soda Bread from The Complete I Hate to Cook Book adapted to my family's needs. I've increased it by half again to put it into an 8" square pan like cornbread instead of making a round loaf, used half whole wheat flour, and decreased the fat a bit. An excellent accompaniment to corned beef and cabbage, BBQ pork, sausage, or pork. Its particularly handy if you've got an extra mouth or two and aren't quite sure that things will go around because its easy, fast, and inexpensive but tastes like something you made up special for the guests. Note -- sour milk is not spoiled milk -- its sour like sour cream. Since pasteurized milk does not sour properly you make it by adding a tbs of vinegar to each cup of milk and letting it stand for 5 minutes. You could substitute buttermilk.