People rarely visit with each other anymore.
And if they do, phone calls/texts/tweets are made.
Schedules are checked.
Sometimes a new day is suggested.
It wasn’t always that way.
Back in the 1800’s, every morning people would drive around and visit with each other.
They would wear special visiting clothes, they had special cards made up, and tea was already prepared along with crumpets.
Then when people began moving west, and neighbors were few and far between, when a visitor would come~~always unannounced~~it was a special time and it was very important to serve them something.
When I come visiting, unannounced, today’s TWD selection of Swedish Visiting Cake will be perfect for you to serve me.
It takes one bowl to mix up, and bakes in 20 minutes.
That is if any batter makes it to the pan, because this batter is fabulous.
I just wanted to take a spoon and eat it all right then and there.
Fortunately for my visitors, I didn’t.
Self control. Oh how I despise thee.
Want the recipe? Go check out Nancy’s blog.
And wait for me to show up.