Learn how to make traditional Northern Irish Bread

29 February 2020 - 8 September 2020
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Would you like to learn how to make local Irish breads in a traditional thatched cottage on the shores of Strangford Lough – 30 minutes outside Belfast?

If so, join me in my Farmhouse Kitchen, where you’ll be greeted with the aroma of freshly made breads -  a true feast for the eyes! There will also be lots of other homemade specialities - fruit soda bannock and an impressive selection of other local treats for you to enjoy such as award winning handmade butter, my homemade jams and endless cups of Belfast brew. 

You will then make your own traditional Irish breads. Choose to stay at the table and graze, or you might prefer to roll up your sleeves and get stuck in.

Enjoy local food and homemade treats. Make and take home your own soda/ wheaten and potato breads and take home a copy of the recipes. Bring a good appetite!

If you are looking for something off the beaten track and are keen to meet 'the locals' and dine in a traditional home, this is the perfect experience for you.

This is suitable for children aged 8 years and up.

Various dates throughout the year:

29 February, 14 March, 28 March, 21 April, 9 May, 29 June, 7 July, 16 July, 24 July, 7 August, 11 August, 18 August, 22 August, 1 September and 8 September.

29 February 2020 - 8 September 2020
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Opening Times

  • Times vary see website

Prices

  • Prices vary see website

Contact Details

  • Address Tracey's Farmhouse Kitchen 52a Ballymorran Road Killinchy BT23 6UD
  • Telephone 077 1148 4850
  • Email Tracey's Farmhouse Kitchen
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