This delicious looking loaf of homemade raisin bread is cooling on a round, flat, decorated stone. Half of the loaf has been sliced; half remains unsliced. The image is from Balanced Daily Diet, a small cookbook by Janet McKenzie Hill, 1921. Click on image to enlarge.
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Great image. Reminds me winter days at home when I was young and My Mother would give make me Raisin toast during the ‘Snowbound Theater’ hour in the morning as we were snowed in and school got cancelled. Cool memory today. Thanks! 🙂
Yummmmm – looks good enough to eat – there’s just something wonderful about raisin bread
this looks quite yummy! Thank you
Julie J says
You’re welcome everyone.
Thank you for sharing that wonderfully cozy and fun memory, Echo!
🙂 Elaine. Especially homemade, while it’s still warm, with a little real butter – and jam.