Bread and coffee - St. Patrick's Day in America

I present for your virtual delectation the loaf of Irish soda bread I just took out of the oven:

Flour, salt, soda & buttermilk. As it should be.

Here's a great piece about Irish soda bread, and why the sugary, raisin-bedewed confection you usually see here in the US isn't much like the way it is traditionally made.

Happy St. Patrick's Day, everyone.

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3 comments:

  1. I LOVE soda bread. I'm actually a huge fan of Brown Soda Bread. Had the real McCoy in Ireland and got a good recipe for it. If you want ADDED yum, rub bacon grease on the top of the loaf before baking.
    "Erin Go Braugh"

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  2. I've never heard of this kind of soda bread. I make the real deal all the time, but I might give this one a go today.

    Happy St. Paddy's Day.

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  3. Hell yes my friend you don't adulterate that bad boy. Soda bread is simple fare made by simple people in simple times. Just the basics, nothing more, wholesome and satisfying.

    Hope that's Irish coffee in the mug though!

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