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Old 03-13-2006, 09:13 AM   #31
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Having some Irish food&drink and listening to traditional Irish music
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I will work until about 4pm and then head into Manhattan. Have dinner and drink until my face falls off, and then go to see the Unforgettable Fire (u2 tribute band) in Times Square and continue drinking until my arm falls off.

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Re: Re: So, what are your plans for St. Paddy's Day

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skip the green beer have a guinness

Here is my recipe for Irish Soda Bread
2.5 cup flour
1.5 cup raisins (soak them in boiling water for a few minutes to plump them up then drain well)
5 tbs sugar
1 cup buttermilk
1tsp baking soda
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 cup butter


sift (though I never do) the flour soda baking powder and sugar

Cut in butter until it looks like coarse crumbs
Add raisins and buttermilk
Stir until combined
Shape into a ball- I notch it so I get the scone triangles
place on a greased sheet or pie plate

Bake for 15 minutes at 400
30 more minutes at 375

It's super easy to make
Thanks redkat for the recipes. They sound good!
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No VG, you are one of two

The second one being me

I wonder if there are any others
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Re: Re: So, what are your plans for St. Paddy's Day

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skip the green beer have a guinness

Here is my recipe for Irish Soda Bread
2.5 cup flour
1.5 cup raisins (soak them in boiling water for a few minutes to plump them up then drain well)
5 tbs sugar
1 cup buttermilk
1tsp baking soda
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 cup butter


sift (though I never do) the flour soda baking powder and sugar

Cut in butter until it looks like coarse crumbs
Add raisins and buttermilk
Stir until combined
Shape into a ball- I notch it so I get the scone triangles
place on a greased sheet or pie plate

Bake for 15 minutes at 400
30 more minutes at 375

It's super easy to make
I will try to cook this Bread, but please what's " Scones"?
Thank you!
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No VG, you are one of two

The second one being me

I wonder if there are any others
Make that three. I'll be doing exactly the same on St. Patrick's Day as I did on St. Andrew's Day, as I did on St. David's Day and as I did on St. George's Day-nowt.

Who's the patron saint of the USA? Do you guys do anything on his day?
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Scones are a sweet biscuit.
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Make that three. I'll be doing exactly the same on St. Patrick's Day as I did on St. Andrew's Day, as I did on St. David's Day and as I did on St. George's Day-nowt.

Who's the patron saint of the USA? Do you guys do anything on his day?
I don't think they have one.....I believe the US is devoted to Mary though in the Catholic Church...

And shame on you for doing nothing on St Pats...don't make me come up there
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Re: Re: Re: So, what are your plans for St. Paddy's Day

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I will try to cook this Bread, but please what's " Scones"?
Thank you!
serve warm with good butter

You can substitute raisins for any fruit really. Raspberries are really good

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I don't think they have one.....I believe the US is devoted to Mary though in the Catholic Church...

And shame on you for doing nothing on St Pats...don't make me come up there
Are you planning on expanding your Holy Irish Empire?

Still, at least you could educate us all here on the differences between an NI accent and a Scottish one.
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Scones are a sweet biscuit.
Thank You!!!
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I could also show you lot how to dance....i'm very proud of my dancing
D-A-N-C-I-N-G? All hail our new leader with his fantastical new cultural advancements to lead our noble county into a Golden Age as part of the glorious Holy Irish Empire!!

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