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Wee Buns - Traditional Irish Baking

Drumgrannon Road, Dungannon, County Tyrone, BT71 7DY
Wee Buns - Traditional Irish Baking

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Celebrate some of the traditional Irish baking handed down by generations of women. My granny baked some of these lovely recipes every day, not least the classic Potato Apple Bread which is very specific to County Armagh, the Orchard County.

Class Recipes
Wheaten Bread
Fruit Soda Bread
Potato Apple Bread
Potato Bread
Fruit Scones
You will make the Fruit Soda or  Wheaten Bread, Fruit Scones and Potato Bread.

You will marvel at how easy it is to produce your own delicious home-baked bread.

Time: 09:30 - 12:30

Price: £65

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Season (23 Jan 2021)

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