Little Rock - The True Story of St. Patrick & Baking Irish Brown Bread

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The True Story of St. Patrick & Baking Irish Brown Bread

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Author's Home, Little Rock, Little Rock, United States
45 mins

About the tour

St. Patrick’s Day is one of my favorite holidays, and no, I’m not Irish. (Well, maybe a wee little bit.) I can't offer you a bit of luck or help you find a leprechaun or a pot of gold. Instead, I'll share the TRUE story of St. Patrick. St. Patrick was an amazing influence in Ireland, but his life didn’t start off easy. Kidnapped at 15-years-old, around 400 A.D., Patrick was taken to Ireland as a slave. And there's a lot more to the story than that! As I share St. Patrick's story we'll also make Irish Brown Bread! Irish Brown Bread 1 ¾ Cup all-purpose flour 1 ¾ Cup whole wheat flour (you can use all whole wheat if desired) 3 Tbs toasted wheat bran 3 Tbs toasted wheat germ 2 Tbs old fashioned oats 2 Tbs packed dark brown sugar 1 tsp baking soda ½ tsp salt 2 Tbs chilled butter, cut into pieces 2 cups buttermilk (or 2 cups plain milk with 1 Tbs vinegar added; let sit for 5 min) Preheat oven to 420 F (215 C). Combine the first 8 ingredients in a large bowl; mix well. Add butter, rub in with fingertips until mixture resembles a fine meal. Stir in enough buttermilk to form a soft dough (you may or may not use all 2 cups). Transfer dough to a pan that has been lightly greased and floured. Bake 40 minutes, or until bread is dark brown and the tester comes out of the center clean. Turn bread out of the pan and cool on wire rack. Best served with fresh butter.

Meet Tricia Goyer

Tricia Goyer

Tricia Goyer is a best-selling author of over 80 books and an eager traveler. Tricia's travel adventures often start with research for one of her books, yet she's also been known to come up with a book idea just to have an excuse to travel there! Storyteller, history buff and curious adventurer, Tricia loves connecting with people, building friendships and bringing history to life. Tricia has called California, Montana, and Arkansas home. She's lived in Arkansas for ten years and enjoys exploring the area with her family. Homeschooling mom of 10 kids (five still at home!), Tricia believes the best way to learn is through experience, and she's looking forward to help you see her corner of the world in new ways ... and maybe even consider writing stories of your own!"

What to expect

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