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Chris_H_2 wrote:
i love sauerkraut so much

Hell yeah

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nothing...going out for sushi..this whole no okra for lunch thing has me a bit steamed off


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Not tonight but tomorrow I'm making corned beef with potatoes and cabbage, plus some Irish soda bread.


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Corned beef with cabbage, carrots and potatoes

Irish soda bread sounds interesting. Never had it before. What’s it like?

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Soda bread is beautiful.
Check out boxty too. Delicious. Easy enough to make too


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Boxty sounds amazing. Soda bread is too involving. I don’t do homemade bread very well.

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Bread is very hard to do right. Soda bread is probably a level up.

You can probably find it in a shop though


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wease wrote:
Corned beef with cabbage, carrots and potatoes

same


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also, gray ftw


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Don’t have the heart to tell you nobody eats that here except paddy’s day.
Like never.


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we only eat it on st paddys day too


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Soda bread is bang-easy though. Here's the recipe we use:

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Here is the recipe that makes soda bread- as my grandmother and great-grandmother made it - and as my children and grand-children (as well as myself) make it today. It hasn't changed at all - except we use a stove instead of an open hearth for cooking. My family is from Crossgar and Hillsborough in County Down.


Heat a 9 inch iron skillet over low flame on the stove. Lightly dust with flour.
Measure 2 cups sifted flour, 1 teaspoon baking soda and 1 teaspoon salt.
Make a well in the above and add 1 cup of buttermilk. Thoroughly mix until dough leaves side of bowl.
Flour a bread board - put dough on board (sprinkle with a little extra flour - and gently knead 3 or 4 times.
Pat dough into a circle the size of the skillet. Cut into farls (fourths) and place on skillet. Cook about 10 minutes on each side.
Wrap bread in a tea towel when it is done. This absorbs the baking soda taste and keeps the bread fresh. Eat that day or fry in bacon fat the next morning as part of an Ulster fry.


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cutuphalfdead wrote:
we only eat it on st paddys day too



I wasn’t even thinking about dinner but now I’m off to the shops to get the doings:)


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bune wrote:
Soda bread is bang-easy though. Here's the recipe we use:

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Here is the recipe that makes soda bread- as my grandmother and great-grandmother made it - and as my children and grand-children (as well as myself) make it today. It hasn't changed at all - except we use a stove instead of an open hearth for cooking. My family is from Crossgar and Hillsborough in County Down.


Heat a 9 inch iron skillet over low flame on the stove. Lightly dust with flour.
Measure 2 cups sifted flour, 1 teaspoon baking soda and 1 teaspoon salt.
Make a well in the above and add 1 cup of buttermilk. Thoroughly mix until dough leaves side of bowl.
Flour a bread board - put dough on board (sprinkle with a little extra flour - and gently knead 3 or 4 times.
Pat dough into a circle the size of the skillet. Cut into farls (fourths) and place on skillet. Cook about 10 minutes on each side.
Wrap bread in a tea towel when it is done. This absorbs the baking soda taste and keeps the bread fresh. Eat that day or fry in bacon fat the next morning as part of an Ulster fry.



The red hand version. Ouch! :haha:


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WTF is gray?

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soda bread is so good...a great irish pub in nyc used to make the best and now its a god damn over priced condo building


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wease wrote:
WTF is gray?

proper new england corned beef


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burger ON THE GRILL


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burger ON THE GRILL

put ketchup on it and you'll get slapped hard


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doug rr wrote:
spike wrote:
burger ON THE GRILL

put ketchup on it and you'll get slapped hard

i forgot to pick up tomatoes though :(


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