Thursday, April 4, 2013

Inspirational Thursday - Bread

A simple recipe, baked in a round pan, cooled a little on a rack and then slathered with lemon curd is my favourite way to eat Irish soda bread.  
I'm linking with Mary at Little Red House for Inspirational Thursday and this week our prompt is bread.  Have you any bread to share?

22 comments:

  1. That looks great and yummy. I keep forgetting this new meme for Thursday. I do Alphabe Thursday so then I must try to combine them. Must think about thaT. Have a nice week

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  2. That sounds so delicious, lemon curd is my favourite spread.

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  3. I love Irish Soda bread but I've never tried lemon curd with it.

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  4. Alas, no. That soda bread looks mighty yummy!

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  5. Judith,
    YuMMy!!!
    I love Irish soda bread, but alas, I have none. I do have English Muffins and some Lemon Curd!!! :)
    Thanks for the great idea!!!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  6. So good looking and fantastically yummy!

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  7. That looks so good, Judith. I didn't get any Irish soda bread made at St. Patrick's Day, but I guess it's not too late. We are still eating Easter ham and Easter eggs (the chocolate kind) here.
    Hugs, Beth

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  8. Your bread looks so wonderful, Judith!

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  9. Wow, that is a beautiful photo of your baked bread. I've never had Irish Soda Bread before.

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  10. Looks yummy, I've never tried it with lemon curd.
    Hope you don't mind me pointing this out: with currants/raisins, it's known as Spotted Dog or Spotted Dick.

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  11. It looks delicious! I've never tried Irish Soda bread, but that may have to be remedied after seeing this post. Lemon curd is scrumptious!

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  12. It looks so good but I'm wondering if I've ever eaten it. Should try it!

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  13. Now I'm wishing I had some warm homemade baked bread!!

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  14. Hi Judith

    I can almost smell it ! I made walnut bread yesterday - fantastic with 'Black Bomber' (an extra mature Cheddar cheese made in Snowdonia uk.

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  15. What a beautiful photo of lavender cotton clouds seems, are flowery and beautiful!
    I love making bread, kneading and have a good hand to do, and I think the delicious smell of home. I'll post a recipe blog.
    A beautiful weekend for you and a big kiss
    Silvia

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  16. Mmmmmmmmmm. My favorite way is with really fresh and creamy soft whipped Irish cream butter. Now I just gained 5 pounds just thinking of it, haha.

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  17. You know I'm a little bit Irish and I have never eaten it..It looks lovely..Happy Weekend with love Janice

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  18. Hi,Judith,
    I wish I could fly to Ontario and have it with you! It must be delicious!
    Tomoko

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  19. Yum, fresh bread is one of my greatest weakness and add lemon curd and wow! I too wish I could sit down with you and have some. Wouldn't that be so fun?

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  20. A serendipitous find to come across your lovely blog. I live in Lindsay Ontario. Լ♥ϋє ♥ Hεlεɳa ♥ мємσяу вσχ cяєαтισηѕ

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  21. Mmm, fresh home made bread...a simple pleasure! Have a great Sunday :)

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