This is a simple, old-fashioned, single flavor cake. You are going to have to love the flavor of nutmeg to like this, because the heady aroma and nutmeg flavor permeate this cake.
I found this recipe on the Allrecipes.com site and have made it several times. The frosting only makes enough to cover the tops of the two layers (if you opt to follow the directions and make a layer cake), or if you make a bundt cake as I did, (grins) you will have probably too much frosting and will have to slather it on. I went for slathering. I like a bundt cake; sometimes a layer cake looks like it's too much. Two slices of a bundt cake, however, well, now that looks dainty and delicate. The other comment I want to make about the frosting is that the directions say to let it cool. Nay, nay, oh contraire, the frosting sets up fast, almost fudgy in consistency, and does not spread easily or well when cool. Defy the rules. Spread the frosting when it's warm. Rebellion in the kitchen!
This cake tastes better the second day and is still moist. We enjoy it all hours of the day and night. Cake for breakfast anyone?