Festival in a Festival!!!
The fabulous award winning URRU Culinary Store will conjuring up a brilliant Barmbrack feast for the senses. Halloween in any Irish home is not complete without the ubiquitous barmbrack. Call in throughout the day get inspired and get the ingredients – fun shopping for Halloween baking
Come and sample Rosmerta’s Broomstick Brack, filled with magical tokens inspired by Harry Potter, who will be lucky enough to get one:
Will you be lucky enough to get one of the Deathly Hallows?
Stick – to represent the Elder Wand
Pea – Resurrection Stone
Cloth – Invisibility Cloak
Or perhaps a Coin from the vaults of Gringott’s
And even Harry Potter bracks have a ring – the Horcrux that is Marvolo Gaunt’s ring
Fun for all the family, a fantastic opportunity to hear about one of Ireland’s magical culinary traditions
Urru , McSwiney Quay, Bandon
The Magic of Barmbracks on Saturday 26th October. Call in throughout the day get inspired and get the ingredients – fun shopping for Halloween baking
Barmy Barmbrack – something for all the family. You can wander in and out all day and see whats in store, there are two dedicated sessions:
11:00 : Q&A for children with Sophie Cahalane, looking at what’s in barmbrack, how do we make them and much more. Observers can help with the choosing the fruit and preparing the ingredients. With a round of apple bobbing and fun for all a treat not to be mixed.
12:00: Avril Allshire from Caherbeg will be along for one for the adults – Blood Barm Brack just for Halloween – what’s the secret ingredient.
At lunchtime, Shannen Keane of Diva boutique bakery, Deli and café in Ballinspittle will round off the session with a demo on barmbrack and Christmas cake baking.