Next, add the milk-butter mixture into the dry ingredients. Mix with a spatula until fully combined, then add the eggs. When all mixtures are fully combined, add a final 3/4 cup of flour and stir until fully incorporated (for about 2 minutes!) Then you'll need to knead the dough for about 10 minutes by hand. Alternatively, for those who have fancy mixers with a dough hook attachment, you can get it done in even less time—about 5 minutes.
Now watch as the magic bread doubles in size! Grease a large bowl and place your dough inside, covering in plastic wrap, and place in a warm place. In about an hour, you'll have the right sized dough to complete the bread.
Once your dough has risen for one hour, take it out of the bowl and knead 1 tablespoon of flour into it to deflate it a bit. Then add it to a well-floured surface and knead a bit to make the dough easier to work with.
In a greased loaf pan, layer the dough slices vertically. The result should look something like a flip book. Put a kitchen towel on top and let the pan rest for 30 to 45 minutes in a warm place to let it rise.
In an oven preheated to 350 °F, bake the bread for about 30 minutes. You'll want the tops to look golden brown. Let the bread rest for about 20 to 30 minutes, then it's time to serve! Run a knife along the outside of the bread, then carefully tilt it upside down onto a clean surface to make it come loose from the loaf pan. More visual learners can see a full explanation in this YouTube video, adapted from the original recipe.
The finished product rings true to its name. Just watch it pull apart!