Discovering the Authentic Ireland

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Bake from Scratch is partnering with Tourism Ireland and Williams Sonoma to bring you a taste of Authentic Ireland. Follow along as we uncover and celebrate the incredible things that make the island’s food distinctly Irish. Together we’ll explore Ireland’s storied culinary history and vibrant food scene. For our July/August issue, we’ll be bringing you an Authentic Ireland issue of Bake from Scratch filled with recipes and a firsthand look at the time we spent baking our way through Ireland. The best part? You can enter to win a trip to Ireland for you and a guest in a national sweepstakes!

Photography by Joann Pai

WIN THE ULTIMATE “AUTHENTIC IRELAND” TRIP

Enter to win a customized vacation for two to Ireland! This incredible prize includes two roundtrip standard economy airline tickets from the winner’s nearest Ireland gateway, six nights of superior accommodation with a one-night authentic Irish castle stay, seven days of automatic car rental, entrance to Guinness Storehouse and Cliffs of Moher, and breakfast each morning (except on the day of arrival).

Photography by Joann Pai

GET AN AUTHENTIC IRELAND ISSUE OF BAKE FROM SCRATCH

In the spirit of summertime adventure, our Authentic Ireland July/August issue (available in early June) will be a celebration of all things Irish baking. We’ll include a day-by-day travelogue of our food-focused production trip, from a bakery tour of Dublin to the country’s best cooking schools and castles worth a visit on your next trip. Get an exclusive, intimate look inside home kitchens of some of Ireland’s most renowned bakers and meet the makers behind the country’s most iconic baking ingredients and goods. This issue will be brimming with vivid stories and incredible recipes that showcase the best of Irish baking, from soda bread and scones to brown bread and Guinness stout cake and everything in between.

MEET THE AUTHENTIC IRELAND INFLUENCERS

Five incredible food personalities joined us on our production trip to Ireland and are helping us share Ireland’s culinary story with amazing recipes in our upcoming Authentic Ireland issue of Bake from Scratch magazine.

Beverly Hills,
California

Kylie Mazon-Chambers of
@cookingwithcocktailrings

Tomato Irish Soda Bread Dinner Rolls
with Fried Shallot Butter

Chicago,
Illinois

Kayla Howie of
@theoriginaldish

Irish Coffee Soda Bread Pudding

King of Prussia,
Pennsylvania

Allie Roomberg of
@bakingamoment

Authentic Irish Apple Tarts

 

#AuthenticIreland

Found this gem from Ireland last year! I know it’s shocking I found my way behind the bar to pour a pint 🍺🍀💚 #toursimstrong #makeitireland #failteireland #wildatlanticway #Guinness #irishpub #authenticireland
Exchanging vows in an Irish castle tower with your closest family and friends. ⁠
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It's what dreams are made of ⁠
Beautiful moments captured by 📷 dkphoto_photography ⁠
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#weddingdreams #weddingplans #Irishcastlewedding #castlewedding #Irishcastles #weddingvenue #romanticcastles #smallweddings #intimateweddings #familywedding #weddingplanning #Irishweddingplanner #destinationweddingIreland #elope #elopementwedding #elopementstyle #rusticwedding #weddingplanner #elopementplanner #elopetoIreland #realireland #authenticireland
A day strolling around Cong brought us through this beautiful gate.

The word “Cong”, which in Irish is Conga, is from Cúnga Fheichín meaning “Saint Feichin’s narrows”.

Saint Féichín (died 665) was a 7th century Irish saint. Sources for his life and legend include Irish annals, martyrologies, genealogies, and hagiographical works.

The first monastic houses said to have been founded by Féchín are those on the islands of Omey and Ardoilén, both off the coast of Galway. 

#irelandtravelclub

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#cong #authenticireland #ireland #irelandtravel #irelandgram #loveireland #irishpassion #ig_ireland #visitireland #thisisireland #irish #irish_daily #ireland🍀 #discoverireland #ireland_gram  #travel  #travelgram  #irelandaily #irelanddaily  #ireland🇮🇪 #offthebeatenpath #irelandtour #irelandtourism #fillyourheartwithireland #history #saint #irishhistory #gate #gatewayarch
I would love to tell you that it was a productive day but... it wasn’t 😁 Feet up, trying to figure out the camera. Wanted to take a photo of the cat 🐈 - but he wouldn’t sit still and moving objects are, well - beyond my 📷 skills 😅 So, here - as always - weekend means scones, Irish scones. Baked on sour cream for extra light texture, laminated with blueberries + some extra crunch from toasted almonds and sugar. These are good and I know at this stage that you know it too ❤️ You can find recipes for plain Irish Scones and Wholemeal Spelt Scones with blueberries on the blog. #scones #irishfood #travelireland #weekendvibes #foodphoto #authenticireland
Have you ever had a warm slice of Barmbrack straight from the oven? This traditional Irish cake courtesy of chef @gemma_stafford of @biggerbolderbaking is synonymous with Halloween in Ireland, but it’s typically baked year-round as well. It’s dotted with dried fruit like raisins, sultanas, and currants soaked in Irish tea alongside warm spices and citrus peel. According to Gemma, Barmbrack is delicious toasted and smeared with butter, plus brushing the just-baked cake with honey gives it extra shine and sweetness! You can find Gemma’s recipe in our #AuthenticIreland July/August issue, which you can order at the link in our bio! 
https://bit.ly/2YYuSqD #thebakefeed #bakefromscratch #loveireland #bakestagram #irishbaking #barmbrack #recipeoftheday #thebakefiles #bakersofinstagram
Every home is a castle where the King and Queen are in love⁠
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The perfect portrait for the castle walls.⁠
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photo captured by 📷 TriciaVictoriaphoto⁠
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My first time trying Victoria Sponge Cake. 🍰 This one is from thepepperpotcafe (such a cute name) in Dublin. The sponge is denser than I expected but ate well with the thick whipped cream filling. It was so rich and flavorful I for sure thought there was something added to it but they said it’s straight cream. The Irish dairy is JUST THAT GOOD. 😭🥛🍶 It was heavenly. Layered with homemade raspberry jam. Perfect teatime treat.
It’s hard for us to think of Tipperary without instantly having the the2johnnies song ‘being from Tipperary’ instantly stuck in our heads. Off to watch it on repeat! 🎶 😆 

#irelandtravelclub

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 #castle #authenticireland #ireland #irelandtravel #irelandgram #loveireland #irishpassion #ig_ireland #visitireland #thisisireland #irish #irish_daily #ireland🍀 #discoverireland #ireland_gram  #travel  #travelgram  #irelandaily #irelanddaily  #ireland🇮🇪 #offthebeatenpath #irelandtour #irelandtourism #fillyourheartwithireland #irishcastle #castlesoftheworld #rockofcashel #cashel #cashelireland

8 COMMENTS

  1. While I would be hard pressed to call any of your BFS issues a favorite, surely this month’s Irish issue is a top contender. The recipes you chose to include are wonderful-every one, the plethora of brilliantly researched information, tips, references, historical information, and absolute beautiful and extensive photography are beyond stellar. Among the very talented bakers you selected to showcase, I am particularly pleased to see one of my personal favorites, Gemma Stafford, included in this volume. I have her book (almost signed but for Covid and a cancelled Pie Fair), follow her BBB site and delight in her Irish-to-the-core presentations. Clearly, who can navigate through these beautiful pages and not at last plan a trip to Ireland as soon as the world returns to “normal”? You have opened a lot of doors with this issue. Kudos to this wonderful project and to an outstanding editor and staff.

  2. This was the BEST issue I’ve ever read – my friend and I had to cancel our Ireland vacation this year due to Covid-19. Having this issue to flip through was the second best thing! Wonderful.

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