Irish soda bread is so delicious, it should be enjoyed more than once a year! Traditional Irish soda bread contains just a few basic ingredients, so here's a recipe where you can make your own in a matter of minutes. Customize the recipe with caraway seeds, raisins or other dried fruit. Don’t have buttermilk? Substitute 1 cup milk (or non-dairy substitute) and 1 Tbsp lemon juice; let sit in a cup for 5 minutes to curdle before adding.
· 2 cups flour
· 1 Tsp baking soda
· 1 pinch salt
· 1 cup buttermilk
Heat a skillet or griddle over medium low heat. Stir all the ingredients together until mixed, knead on a floured surface and form into a flattened round (about ½ inch thick). Sprinkle flour in hot skillet, and bake the dough for about 8 minutes on each side. Cut into wedges, and enjoy warm.
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It's a good thing that Google's augmented reality glasses aren't available this St. Patrick's day, because we'd need time for the steep learning curve to discipline ourselves with how to properly use it!
This cleverly HIGHlarious video (above) is the perfect example of how every beta tester out there with Google Glass is going to handle this Sunday's festivities!
Is it weird that no matter how awful this guy's holiday gets, we still think the technology looks pretty cool?? Nah! We'd wear these suckers in a heartbeat if Google sent us some (not so much the talking shoe)!
An Irish nanny living in Boston, MA has been accused and charged with violently assaulting a baby. The baby died two days later from its injuries.
Aisling McCarthy Brady had been living in the U.S. since 2002 and has denied the assault and battery of Rehma Sabir. The alleged assault occurred on January 14th - the day of the baby's first birthday.
Two days later - the baby passed away in the hospital from brain damage.