\nIt didn't take me long to figure this one out.
\nI live in England but am originally from Northern Ireland.
\nI miss the people in that the way they speak, they understand me and I understand them. I'm pretty lucky where I live now in that I don't have to repeat myself all that often. Everyone is lovely and that reminds me of home in a lot of ways.
\nBut one thing I just miss more than anything is potato bread, often called tattie bread. Or as I recently discovered after a class weekend in Edinburgh is that they call it a tattie scone (pronounced tatty).
\nTattie bread is a delicacy. Some shops still sell it but some of it is crap not gonna lie.
\nI found a recipie for it about a year ago and gave it a go. It's gonna take a little practice mind you. But the recipie is pretty decent.
\nBasically it's mashed potato, flour, roll it out with a rolling pin, cut into triangles. (I mean, it's the only decent way to eat it) and fry it low to medium head 3 mins each side roughly or until golden brown.
\nIf done right, it tastes so soft and slightly crunchy on the outside. It is amazing with a fry, along with soda bread... Ohhhh soda bread, it's absolutely gorgeous too
\nIn fact all bread from Ireland in general I really miss: the scones, Veda bread, wheaten bread mmm!!!
\nBread is my one crutch in life. It's pretty much the reason I end up putting weight back on.
\nI'm certain that in a previous life I was a baker.
I am a 25 year old nurse, who is trying to find herself. This blog will contain epiphanies I have, my yoga progress and other such things. Enjoy. :)