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Baking with the Brass Sisters: Over 125 Recipes for Classic Cakes, Pies, Cookies, Breads, Desserts, and Savories from America’s Favorite Home Bakers by Marilynn BrassMarilynn and Sheila Brass are on a mission to bring old-fashioned American home baking back to everyones kitchen. Baking with the Brass Sisters embodies the philosophy thats drawn thousands of fans to them: We believe that there is nothing that tastes as good as something baked by someone who loves us, unless it is something we have baked and shared with someone we love.
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Barefoot Contessa’s Irish Soda Bread
March 12, Posted by Stephanie Banyas. Did you know that authentic Irish Soda Bread has only four ingredients: flour, baking soda, salt and buttermilk? There is no sugar, eggs or butter, no currants no raisins or caraway seeds or dill, no cheddar or Gruyere cheese in traditional Irish soda bread those ingredients are strictly Irish-American additions. For research purposes, I decided to make a loaf of traditional soda bread and after eating barely a slice, I was thankful for the Irish American additions. Enough said.
But I put aside my anti-Ina biases and gave it a try, and it was pretty easy and turned out great, despite her general boring-ness. Next time I may add the sugar sprinkles on the outside that all the soda bread we see at the store seems to have, but since this was to accompany a savory meal, and it was already relatively sweet it is also a great breakfast bread! But it looked like an actual loaf of bread and it tasted good, so I declare it a success! I'm a professional political hack who loves the outdoors and loves to cook and loves to cook outdoors. I also love Colleen.
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Watch Stephanie's video to see how to make this dreamy Irish Soda Bread. Preheat oven to degrees F. Sift the flours, baking soda, cream of tartar and salt into a large bowl and stir in the sugar. Cut the butter into the flour until it resembles coarse meal. Stir in the fennel seeds and raisins. Stir the orange zest into the buttermilk, add the buttermilk to the flour, and mix with a fork until the dough comes together. Turn the dough onto a work surface and knead briefly until the loose flour is just moistened.