How to make it

  • Combine all purpose flour, sugar, soda, and salt in a bowl.
  • Cut in butter with a pastry cutter. Then stir in oats and whole wheat flour and combine thoroughly.
  • Make a well in the center of this and pour in buttermilk and melted butter.
  • Stir with a spoon and combine until all is moistened.
  • Collect dough into a ball and place on floured kneading board. Knead until the dough is no longer sticky and shape into round loaf.
  • Place onto greased cookie sheet and slightly flatten top. Take a sharp knife and mark top with an X about 1/2 an inch deep.
  • Put loaf into a 375 degree oven for 40-50 minutes or until testing skewer comes out clean.
  • Place on wire rack to cool.

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  • poohbearlovesheavymetal 4 years ago
    I hadn't thought about adding oats but I love the idea. I'll have to post my receipe for 12th Night Bread before Solstice next year. There's tons of food at our party. The 12th Night Bread is supposed to be more for ceremony than actual eating, but every year I make more and every year my guest lamate when it's gone. ;o)
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    madmommy ate it and said...
    Blessed Be! Thanks for sharing a great recipe Karlyn! ^5
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  • karlyn255 4 years ago
    thank you choclycandy. Many may not know that.
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    choclytcandy ate it and said...
    Cut and pasted from wikipedia: Imbolc is one of the four principal festivals of the Celtic calendar, celebrated among Gaelic peoples and some other Celtic cultures, either at the beginning of February or at the first local signs of Spring. Most commonly it is celebrated on February 1, which falls halfway between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox in the northern hemisphere.[1] Originally dedicated to the goddess Brigid, in the Christian period it was adopted as St Brigid's Day.[2] In Scotland the festival is also known as Là Fhèill Brìghde, in Ireland as Lá Fhéile Bríde, and in Wales as Gŵyl y Canhwyllau. [3]

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