Irish Coffee Recipe - Irish Coffee is an enjoyable hot drink with many variations. According to one story, it was invented in the early 1940s. One cold winter’s night an American Flying Boat came into the village of Foynes, in County Limerick, Ireland. The passengers and crew were frozen to their very bones. In the restaurant there, the chef served hot coffee after dinner, adding a shot of whiskey to each cup. Thus Irish coffee was born.
How to bake a great Grandmother's Irish soda bread. This is one of the easist bread recipes out there. Baking soda leavens the bread, so there's no waiting for the bread to rise. The caraway and raisins add sweetness and flavor, but they can be left out or substituted for other dried fruit and herbs. Once the bread is baked, serve it up with a generous mound of Kerrygold butter!