Tuesday, March 24, 2009

My World...Late Tho The Post Is...

Every St. Patrick's Day the principal of our school makes several loaves of Irish Soda Bread (see the actual example above) for the staff of our school to enjoy. And enjoy it we do! Slathered with sweet butter, it is simply, deliciously a sublime bite! However...
Case in point: I was visiting my cousin's home. Let's just say, without naming names, my cousin had a loaf of "Irish Soda Bread" that had been gifted to her... It was a disc...a one inch tall very hard very heavy disc. She took an exploratory bite. And immediately spit it out. Inedible. Completely inedible. Had it been "frisbeed" toward someone, destruction and possibly death would have insued.
I'm just sayin'. Some folks certainly know their ISBs (Irish Soda Breads) some folks just don't....Irish or not!

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xoabb
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15 comments:

  1. This piece certainly looks yummy!

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  2. Hmmm... I'm not expert on Irish Soda bread; I just use a recipe in a cookbook I have. But it's always wonderful. And it's EASY. One has to wonder what one did to make it into such a lethal device!

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  3. Wonder who cooked that inedible loaf? Soda Bread is delicious.... usually.

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  4. perfect with a cup of tea...yum!

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  5. I've tried to make it but I should.

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  6. I've never heard of it, but it looks like garlic bread and now I want spagetti....

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  7. Your cousin's ISB sounds like MY biscuits--no exaggeration. I can bake pies, cookies and cakes and cornbread. A dog won't even eat my biscuits.

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  8. Nothing's better than that stuff when it's made well. That piece makes me hungry!

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  9. Yum, I love freshly baked bread. Maybe your cousin got it because the other lady who baked it did not want to actually throw it out!

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  10. Annie: Thanks for sharing the look at the neat bread slice.

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