I know it’s not St. Patrick’s Day anytime soon (quite the opposite, in fact), but I couldn’t wait to share this recipe with you. I’d never made soda bread before this past St. Patrick’s Day, and after having this, I can’t fathom why not! It’s so easy and delicious, like a gigantic savoury scone that’s fantastic with eggs, cheese, and butter. Yum yum yum.
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These are my dad’s favourite treat. They’re quintessentially Canadian, ooey, gooey, sweet, and delicious. You can make them with nuts or without, though the raisins are rather required (someday I will get around to switching them out for something like currants or dried blueberries and see how that works. I suspect it will be delicious.).
I have a somewhat terrible habit of going to farmers markets right before I leave town. Right before going to the UK in September I went and bought myself at least 2 kilos of cheese and a variety of delicious, local veggies at Market Collective. Despite my most valiant efforts to eat them in 3 days, everything ended up thrown in the freezer as I ran out the door to the airport.