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Irish Soda Bread
Irish housewives in earlier times eschewed yeast as a leavening agent. Instead, they used soda to encourage bread to rise and that is where we get the name "soda bread." Even a first-time cook will have success baking soda bread;...
Soda Bread
Quick, easy and very Irish, this Irish Soda Bread recipe is a long-honored house specialty at The Caldwell House Bed & Breakfast in Salisbury Mills, New York, and a festive way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day all month long. Take...
In the early 1800s, the Irish typically made due without a lot of the luxuries the rest of Europe enjoyed. One of them was yeast. Being the resourceful type, though, Irish bread makers relied on baking soda as a leavening...
Robert Ditty's Irish Soda Bread
Traditional Irish soda bread does not have dried fruit in it, although if you wish, you may add some to this recipe. This is Robert Ditty's recipe; he's widely regarded as the best baker in all of Ireland. His bakery...
Irish Soda Bread Muffins
Irish soda bread is traditionally made in a loaf shape, but these muffins have the same terrific flavor with buttermilk, caraway seeds and currants.
Soda Bread
A favorite Irish recipe , soda bread lends itself to a more hearty and wholesome bread than a traditional yeast bread. Growing up in my house, soda bread was simple and straight forward with no fruit of any kind and...
In the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day and pairing delicious beer with classic Irish fare, this Samuel Adams Irish Red beer-infused Irish Soda Bread is a proverbial pot of gold that perfectly combines both. This recipe comes courtesy of a...
Irish Soda Bread
This bread is wonderful for St. Patrick’s Day, but is also good to serve any time of year for breakfast or as a snack. I like to serve it warm topped with plain butter, but you can also simply eat...
With meats like venison and rabbit hard to come by, the lower class of Ireland would make the most out of the meat they had, even down to the last drop of blood . When pig and cattle were introduced...
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There's really no such thing as Irish pizza , of course — not in any traditional sense, at least. The historic Kitchen Bar in Belfast does serve what they've dubbed "Paddy Pizza", ham or chicken and sliced tomatoes on a...