Whenever I visit my parents, or they come down, there's always an exchange of goodies. The exchange is one-sided, of course. Mom brings baked goods. Dad brings canned goods. Surprisingly, the man who couldn't boil water when I was a kid is now into cooking and canning. He makes awesome pickles and mustard beans!
The most recent exchange included Apple Spice Loaf. Mmmmmm! Thanks Mom!!
Whenever we get a loaf of banana bread or apple spice, we eat it the same way:
Cut a thick slice of loaf for each person.
Butter both sides of the slice.
Fry the loaf in butter until browned and crispy.
Sprinkle with powdered sugar.
Serve with ice cream or whip cream (or both!)
We've been eating this every night for the last three nights.
Our rationale is that since there are no preservatives, we have to eat it quickly before it goes bad.
It's a good argument!
Now doesn't that look divine?!!