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Tracey's Farmhouse Kitchen Experience

52A Ballymorran Road, Killinchy, County Down, BT23 6UD
An image of a group of men and women enjoying freshly made soda bread

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Tracey is amazing – all her guests say so. When she welcomes people into her thatched cottage, they step right into the warm, generous spirit of Northern Ireland. They roll up their sleeves, put on an  apron, and before long are mixing and kneading dough for soda and wheaten breads in the traditional way.

Before the cooking commences, Tracey offers a fantastic spread of home baking, with all the ingredients sourced from within ten miles. The day is full of chat, banter and local  stories, mostly about the farming community of this beautiful landscape on the western shores of Strangford Lough.

In Tracey’s Kitchen, people make friends as well as bread. No one leaves empty-handed. Guests take away the bread they griddled, a pack of ingredients and recipes and, if there are any left, some of Tracey’s cakes and scones. This is true Northern Irish hospitality.

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