The gift of hospitality sometimes comes with food.
This recipe is from my grandmother, Claudia Bishop Harsh. It makes a nice, firm, loaf (standard bread pan size.) It freezes well, slices easily and disappears. It makes amazing tea sandwiches! I usually double the recipe so that we eat one loaf and freeze a loaf.
Add in with mixer on slow speed:
Bake in a well-greased loaf pan 50-60 minutes at 350.
*(To make sour milk, put a little white vinegar or lemon juice in your measuring spoon, then add the milk. Let it ‘curdle’ slightly before adding to the batter. Or, you can put milk out on your counter and let it sour overnight. Um… yeah. Make your own.)