Irish Cooking: Barmbrack
Learn to cook an Irish dish!
Barmbrack is traditionally served around Halloween time. It is a not too sweet cake often embedded with a trinket or two, each with a different meaning.
1 Zoom session: Thursday. 6:30-7:45 pm. October 20th.
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Cook along with Shelagh in your own kitchen! Barmbrack is traditionally served around Halloween time. It is a not too sweet cake often embedded with a trinket or two, each with a different meaning. If said trinket were to land on your plate with tea your fortune for the day would be told. Studded with dried fruit, warm spices, and infused with black tea, this cake (almost like a bread) is lovely with tea or as a treat before trick or treating.
You may also be interested in learning to cook Mad Sweeney’s Watercress Souffle.