Would you like to know how local traditional Northern Irish breads and traybakes are made? Tracey invites you to join her for a unique Irish bread making experience with a festive twist in her home on the shores of Strangford Lough.
Would you like to know how local traditional Northern Irish breads and traybakes are made? Tracey invites you to join her for a unique experience in her home on the shores of Strangford Lough, only 30 minutes from Belfast.
This event will take place at The Stables, 52A Ballymorran road, Killinchy, BT23 6UD, County Down.
You will start with a tea or coffee and some homemade tray bakes, which are a local sweet treat - then it's aprons on and you'll get to making breads!
This will be a relaxed session where you can choose to sit back and watch or get involved. You will make a selection of breads and traybakes, all with a Christmas twist.
Once the griddle breads are ready and have cooled down a little, you will sit around the farmhouse family table to enjoy a feast of local produce – hand rolled dulse butter, smoked butter, jams made from wild fruit growing locally and traybakes, for a true Northern Irish sweet treat. Tea and coffee will be served in Tracey's best bone china.
You will be given a copy of all traditional bread recipes so that you can try them out at home, and you will also leave with a bag of your homemade breads and traybakes. This is a truly authentic experience and is unique to NI Food Tours, who look forward to welcoming you to this warm and cosy farmhouse kitchen on the shores of Strangford Lough.