IRISH SODA BREAD | ST. PATRICK’S DAY | MARCH 17
Traditionally made with only four ingredients, Irish Soda Bread was a staple of Irish homes in the mid 1800’s and became popular when baking soda was first introduced. Depending on the region, a cross would be cut with a knife to ward of evil and protect the home. Irish Soda Bread was typically baked in iron pots or on griddles in a hearth, resulting in a crusty, tender and dense loaf.
For St. Patrick’s Day, shop the classics, variations, and serve with fresh salted Irish butter.