Butter and line a loaf pan (23.5 x 13cm / 8 1/2 x 4 1/4") with parchment / baking paper (I just tear a piece off to line the long side, per photo above.)
Whisk Dry ingredients in a bowl. Make a well and add Wet ingredients. Use a fork to pierce the yolks then whisk the Wet ingredients. Then use a spatula to fold it into the Dry ingredients until it is mostly lump free.
Toss blueberries in flour then fold into the batter. (Note 2)
Pour into the prepared tin. Bake for 50 minutes, then cover with foil. Bake for a further 25 minutes (i.e. 1 hr 15 minutes in total) or until a skewer comes out clean.
Rest for 5 minutes then turn onto a cooling rack. Once cooled, drizzle with Glaze. Wait until the glaze sets before slicing to serve.
Whisk ingredients together until smooth, using milk to achieve a thick smooth glaze (Note 3). Pour or spread over cake set on a rack over a baking tray. Scrape glaze drippings on the tray back onto the cake.
1. Fan forced / convection ovens are those with a fan inside that circulate the air to help things bake more evenly and faster. If your oven does not have a fan inside, increase the temperature to 200C/390F and cover the loaf at around 40 minutes instead of at 50 minutes.2. Tossing in flour helps to stop them all from sinking to the bottom of the batter. Neat trick I picked up from a different Ina Garten recipe!3. Ideally, make the glaze a thick pourable consistency. If the glaze can be poured in a thin stream, it will be transparent on the surface. So try to make it a very thick pourable consistency - like tomato ketchup consistency. Otherwise just make it thick enough to spread on the surface. If you accidentally make it too thin, as I did when I made it for these photos, pour half on, then let it set a bit, then pour the remainder on. The double coating made the glaze non-transparent, as you can see in the photo!4. Recipe adapted from Ina Garten's Lemon Yoghurt Cake.5. This can be made with raspberries, strawberries or any other fruit that you want. Fresh or frozen - just ensure they are chopped to be around the size of blueberries, you don't want giant chunks of fruit throughout it.