Ireland has a wealth of fantastic food producers and we are very fortunate here in Wexford to be home to some of the finest. With this sweet & savoury scone I am bringing Wexford to the table. I have used Uncle Aiden’s Stoneground Flour which is produced at Ballyminane Mills in Ballindaggin, just outside Enniscorthy.… Continue reading A Flavour of Wexford
I am often asked if I find it expensive to bake so much and I have always said no. I mentioned in my previous post that I am without an oven for a while meaning I am having to buy the things I would normally bake. I can now say for certain, that by baking bread,… Continue reading Bread is Breaking Me
I have mentioned before how I like to give the children homemade snacks in their lunchboxes as much as I can. One of the things I regularly give them is a scone, I tend to make a batch almost every week and pop them in the freezer, leaving them out overnight & putting them into the lunchboxes… Continue reading Summer Scones
Caoimhe: Oooh, what are you making Mam? Me: Hot Cross Buns Caoimhe singing: Hot cross buns, hot cross buns, one a penny, two a penny, hot cross buns! Guess what song’s stuck in my head today? I have bought quite a few hot cross buns over the years, however I have never made any, until… Continue reading Hot Cross Buns
It’s no secret that I make most of the bread we consume in the Simply Homemade home. This Soda Bread is particularly popular, made numerous times a week, with both Abbie & Harry dragging chairs over to where I’m working and chatting to me as I bake. Abbie asks a lot of questions regarding what is… Continue reading The One Where the Toddler Teaches!!