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"This loaf was great. Easy to make and even easier to eat! I doubled the recipe, omitted the nuts and made into mini-loaves for Christmas gifts. Tastes even better the following day as the flavours mellow. Great sliced and buttered. "
Jan 7, 2005 on Food.com
"Very good and simple to make. I mixed together the eggs, oil, salt and milk before using a whisk to mix in the flour. I dumped in all the flour and beat for a minute or so. I'm English, so I let mine sit as many people do for about 20 minutes then beat it again smooth which was a minute. I added 2 tbsp. water to loosen the batter as it got thicker..."
Nov 13, 2004 on Food.com
"Wondeful. I did mess it up a bit as my 13 month old was climbing mount mum. I was planning on using oil instead of butter and forgot to add it. I doubled the recipe and made choc. chip muffins with half and a loaf with the other half. The muffins were moist inside and crispy outside after 25 minutes and the loaf was done after 60 mins. I cooked it..."
Sep 22, 2004 on Food.com