I’m about to talk about my Lughnasadh; if you’re just here for the recipe – click here!
I love cooking, which is unfortunate since I regularly don’t have the energy to cook.
But, this Lughnasadh took a turn.
Lughnasadh is the holiday of the first harvest in the Pagan calendar, typically celebrated for the duration of the full moon.
I typically make a loaf daily, but I only had the energy for days one and five (August 1st and August 5th). The first loaf was lovely but a little flat. Today’s loaf, on the other hand, was terrific. It rose nicely; the finish was crusty on the outside and soft on the inside. It’s a little salty, a little sweet, and well-balanced overall.
And finally, here’s the recipe:
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