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Looks good (and I also miss Irish soda bread!) How did it taste??

Taste was(is) quite good for me, I've never eaten or made it before.

Just made it just for fun to see how it looks and tastes.

Friend of mine is opening very soon an Irish Pub here in Phuket and I would like to give him some for his opening.

Gerd

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That looks quite good, any chance of any Boxty? Hot, straight off the pan, with plenty of butter spread and melting over it, along with a nice mug of Tea????

The dictionary does not contain any entries for boxty

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so what's a boxty please (sorry, I'm German)

Gerd

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There are more and more Irish Pubs in Thailand opening but (as far as I know) nobody is offering an Irish bread.

That's why I have tried to make an Irish Bread today;

here's my result:

Hey, Where you getting the Rye and such for all this?

Greg

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There are more and more Irish Pubs in Thailand opening but (as far as I know) nobody is offering an Irish bread.

That's why I have tried to make an Irish Bread today;

here's my result:

Hey, Where you getting the Rye and such for all this?

Greg

There's a company: Schmidtlook here

they have branches in Bangkok and Phuket, they have a lot of these ingredients.

But you can find them in good supermarkets as well.

Gerd

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Wow, Irish Soda bread reminds me of home. It sure looks good, well done. There's also a white soda bread. My mother used to make both and something in between with a mix of white and brown flour.

Did you use buttermilk? If you can't get buttermilk, sour milk (not too far gone) is a good substitute.

Boxty, where I came from, was a potato bread, usually baked and sometines reheated in a frying pan, it was fantastic. Again my mother used to make all sorts of potato cakes which bring back the best of memories.

Could you send me your recipe for the Irish soda bread? Or post it hear?

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:D

GERD > do you want to marry me ??

:D:D

where you get the sexy oven ? or how much :D

:o

Thanks for that kind offer, have to ask my Missus first :D

Don't laugh these are my sexy ovens, each around 1500.-Baht:

Gerd

Yes, I've used buttermilk. Recipe tomorrow.

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:o

you use this oven :D:D

boah... staun...

but in the right-one the time is about 15 hour for a bread or not..

and buttermilk/buttermilch i haven't seen for years :D

staun (to cause surprise) :D

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Wow, Irish Soda bread reminds me of home. It sure looks good, well done. There's also a white soda bread. My mother used to make both and something in between with a mix of white and brown flour.

Did you use buttermilk? If you can't get buttermilk, sour milk (not too far gone) is a good substitute.

Boxty, where I came from, was a potato bread, usually baked and sometines reheated in a frying pan, it was fantastic. Again my mother used to make all sorts of potato cakes which bring back the best of memories.

Could you send me your recipe for the Irish soda bread? Or post it hear?

Recipe:

3cup bread flour or all purpose flour

3cup whole wheat flour

2ts baking soda

1tb baking powder

2tb brown sugar

2 1/4 cup buttermilk (can use sour cream or plain yoghurt)

Mix all ingredients and bake about 45 minutes

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Wow, Irish Soda bread reminds me of home. It sure looks good, well done. There's also a white soda bread. My mother used to make both and something in between with a mix of white and brown flour.

Did you use buttermilk? If you can't get buttermilk, sour milk (not too far gone) is a good substitute.

Boxty, where I came from, was a potato bread, usually baked and sometines reheated in a frying pan, it was fantastic. Again my mother used to make all sorts of potato cakes which bring back the best of memories.

Could you send me your recipe for the Irish soda bread? Or post it hear?

Recipe:

3cup bread flour or all purpose flour

3cup whole wheat flour

2ts baking soda

1tb baking powder

2tb brown sugar

2 1/4 cup buttermilk (can use sour cream or plain yoghurt)

Mix all ingredients and bake about 45 minutes

I most definitely will try this recipe :o

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