Gingerbread has a homey and wonderful smell as it’s baking. This recipe is from Bon Appetit May 2004 and it was passed on to me by my friend Meggin who loves to cook and share recipes as much as I do. It’s called:
RICH AND STICKY GINGERBREAD WITH MARMALADE and that describes it pretty well except for the crystallized ginger and raisins that add some great flavor and texture. This is a must try recipe if you love gingerbread. Meggin likes it with applesauce the way her mother served it. I love it plain and my family prefers it with whipped cream. If you’re interested in trying it, click on the link and you’ll find the epicurious.com recipe. Let me know how you like it. This recipe takes self-rising flour but I use regular all purpose flour and add 1 Tablespoon baking soda and a little salt.