Home Baking & Recipes Shared

A lovely evening remembering traditional baking

By Mary O'Malley

Thank you to everyone who came out to enjoy a wonderful evening remembering home baking & traditions from when we were young. 

A lovely story telling of different traditions from not just in Ireland, both west coast & east coast but also from Portugal. 

Ana (from Tia) gave a talk on traditions from Portugal & her own experiences of learning the baking of white breads & brown breads, and of learning how to make traditional Irish soda bread once living in Louisburgh. 

Brige (Louisburgh & Killeen Heritage) talked about East coast of Ireland traditions & memories of her childhood and of baking at home for the family.  

Special word of gratitude to all who brought bread & cakes to sample & also to Ana at Tia cafe for providing the refreshments. 

If you have any recipes you would like to share or any memories please email us at lkheritage@gmail.com

Photo:Selection of breads made by Brige Woodward

Selection of breads made by Brige Woodward

Chloe O'Malley

Photo:Yummy homemade treats & homemade jams

Yummy homemade treats & homemade jams

Chloe O'Malley

Photo:Brige's grandmothers silverware

Brige's grandmothers silverware

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Photo:Brige's grandmothers handmade Farrell holder

Brige's grandmothers handmade Farrell holder

Chloe O'Malley

Photo:Brige's grandmothers jam & cream holders

Brige's grandmothers jam & cream holders

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Photo:Ana explaining about traditional Portugese baking

Ana explaining about traditional Portugese baking

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Photo:Brige Woodward remembering home baking stories

Brige Woodward remembering home baking stories

Chloe O'Malley

Photo:Traditional Portugese Polenta cake with fruit

Traditional Portugese Polenta cake with fruit

Chloe O'Malley

This page was added by Mary O'Malley on 19/08/2019.

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