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Possum
Tuesday, March 19, 2013, 2:02am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Lin I find white rice mixed with almond flour works really well... I can make a nice cake that holds together well, with that combination, so it should make nice bread too
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I usually make cakes with either rice flour or almond meal...never thought of using that combination for bread! Will definitely try it Usually I make bread from spelt for DH and DD.

Cajun
I don´t unfortunately have any of those surnames in my family...my ancestors are from the west and eastern counties.
Hope your DH has recovered from his longing for Ireland over the past few days...I can promise we have some of the most gorgeous little thatched pubs in this area with great guinness when you visit next year  

Both my daughters make the most amazing banoffi! Because it´s soooo sweet and sinful I only indulge very rarely    
I wonder if that gaelic storm group is the same one that my DH´s niece toured the U.S. with last year????!!!
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Cajun,
Not sure how it will taste, but will give it a try.  
Ironically I have a lot of Irish genes but have never made soda bread!
Time to give it a try.
thanks,
Lin


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Possum ,
Thanks for tip on cake made with almond flour  and white rice, sounds good.
Lin


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Rosa,
My father side is Joyce (Galway i think), Mother side McCann and Mooney from Louth area.
I've been to parts of Ireland but one of these days hope to see some of the West.
I enjoyed my visit over there inspite of the fine rain that came down most of the time. No wonder everyone has such beautiful skin in Ireland.
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Lin
Joyce is a very common Galway name, no doubt you will find lots of relatives there! Don´t know about the rain and beautiful skin though ... I wouldn´t have thought we Irish have particularly good skin...but if you insist

The West is beautiful, especially if you´re lucky to get good weather, definitely worth a visit!
I´m beginning to think that the Tourist Board should be paying me at this stage

The south-east is lovely too...but in a very different way to the west coast
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Rosa, Yes I gather there is a Joyce County in Galway.  Yep perhaps you could make a little money as a Representative for Ireland tourism
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Cajun,
I used your recipe this afternoon, using almond flour and white rice flour and it came out very nice.
While hot I sampled it with a little apricot jam, and it is yummy!
Thank you!
Lin


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Possum, Thanks for tip on cake made with almond flour  and white rice, sounds good.Lin
You're welcome Lin!!
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Cajun,I used your recipe this afternoon, using almond flour and white rice flour and it came out very nice.
While hot I sampled it with a little apricot jam, and it is yummy!
Thank you!Lin
Glad it turned out well...

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Lin,
So glad it came out!!! MMMM...hot with butter(or ghee)and jam!

Rosa,
Oh to be sure we will travel most of the country when we come!!!!


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Rosa,
Is your DH's niece a very pretty fiddle player with long dark hair?
This girl was on stage with the guitarist, lead singer and drummer.
They were comical and musical. A bit more relaxed/casual than Celtic Thunder and Celtic woman. I actually enjoy all of these groups!


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Cajun,
nope..she has long red hair (sometimes! ) now I´m thinking she was with "celtic woman" ...she sings beautifully and plays piano...There are soooo many singing and dancing Irish groups touring around the world  it´s difficult to keep track   
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Rosa,
How wonderful! I admire people with musical/singing/dancing talent! Such fun!

One of the things my DH recalls while traveling your lovely country is that in each pub, the singing, pipe/drum/guitar/fiddle playing, and sometimes Irish dancing/even story telling made us feel so happy!
One particular night in Kilarney, as the evening wore on, the original band kept letting newcomers sit and "jam" with them. Then young and old would join in singing/dancing/partying together. It was a joy to experience! we didn't want it to end!   


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