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Friday, March 16, 2007


What a great story! Thank you for sharing it, and the recipe.

You make me want to travel. :) We'd originally planned on Ireland for the honeymoon, but things got sidetracked. And I've always wanted to make real Irish soda bread. I can't wait to try this recipe!

What a wonderful post! I have always wanted to see Ireland. Now, I want to go even more!

Wonderful Irish story! It's long been on places I would love to see and haven't gotten to yet.
Yours looks like beautiful bread...mine doesn't have sugar or raisins.

I made this bread today to go with our corned beef and veggies and it came out great! Thanks for the recipe!


Thank you very much. I love Ireland and love the opportunity to share the my stories of this magical land.


Ireland is probably my favorite place that I have traveled there is just something about it. Stepping off the plane was like coming home. If you are the boy get a chance you must go!


If you get the chance I highly recommend going. Sometime tours can be very cheap and you can pay them off in installments. And that gets you there. It is usually easy to either diverge from the group or stay a little extra. Either way it is a lovely country.


Thank you! Irish Soda bread is another one of those things that for every 3 cooks there are 5 recipes. It's what makes it wonderful. Everywhere I went in Ireland it was a little bit different. I saw bread with cracked black pepper in it and bits of cheese. They were all tasty though. Its one of those recipes you can't make wrong.


You are welcome! I am glad the recipe turned out well for you. Its nearly impossible to get wrong. Thank you for letting me know!

It looks delicious! Especially with your pine nut honey butter.

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