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The Irish Baker Abroad: Sharing His Love of Baking with the World

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The Irish Baker Abroad
The Irish Baker Abroad

Meet Chris, an Irish baker with a passion for baking that knows no borders.

For many years, Chris has been living abroad but no matter where he goes, he carries a piece of Ireland with him through his love for baking. What began as a simple hobby has evolved into a full-blown obsession and Chris now dedicates his time to sharing his culinary creations with the world.

Through his YouTube channel and Social Media, he spreads the joy of baking, offering up a delightful array of recipes and baking tips inspired by his Irish heritage.

Embracing Tradition with a Twist

Chris’s baking journey is rooted in his Irish heritage, and he takes immense pride in incorporating traditional Irish ingredients into his recipes. From the comforting aroma of buttermilk to the heartiness of soda bread and the rich texture of brown bread, he effortlessly combines these elements to create delectable treats.

While staying true to the essence of Irish baking, Chris is not afraid to experiment with new flavors and techniques.

He loves to infuse his recipes with creative twists, adding a dash of innovation to classic Irish bakes. This unique blend of tradition and innovation sets Chris’s creations apart, captivating the taste buds of food enthusiasts worldwide.

A Beloved Recipe: Irish Brown Soda Bread

Among the many delicious recipes that Chris has crafted, one that holds a special place in his heart is his Irish Brown Soda Bread.

This rustic bread is a celebration of simplicity, utilizing basic ingredients that come together to form an exceptional culinary experience. It’s no wonder this recipe has become one of Chris’s favorites to share with his viewers and readers.

Let’s take a look at Chris’s treasured recipe for Irish Brown Soda Bread:


  • 2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 3/4 cups whole wheat flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 4 tablespoons softened butter
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 1 3/4 cups buttermilk
  • 3/4 tsp of salt


Sieve the flours with the salt, bicarbonate of soda and baking powder. Rub the butter in with your fingers. Add the honey to the buttermilk, mix around with a fork then add it to the dry ingredients.

Combine well but be careful not to over mix. Shape round on a floured surface. Make a cross with a scraper or a knife and prick each corner with a knife to let the fairies out

Transfer to a greased 8 inch round tin and bake for 45 minutes at 200 C. If you don’t have a tin you can also open bake it on an oven tray lined with parchment paper.

An Invitation to Discover More

As much as Chris enjoys baking, he derives even greater pleasure from sharing his recipes and baking expertise with others.

His YouTube channel is a veritable treasure troves of culinary delights, where he invites viewers and readers to explore the wonders of Irish baking and beyond.

Whether you’re a seasoned baker or a novice in the kitchen, Chris’s clear instructions and genuine passion for baking make his tutorials easy to follow and enjoyable to watch.

Through his online platforms, he fosters a warm and inclusive baking community, where bakers of all skill levels can come together to exchange ideas, seek advice, and share in the joy of creating delicious treats.

Chris, the Irish baker abroad, has made it his mission to spread the love of baking with the world.

His dedication to preserving Irish baking traditions while embracing innovation is evident in his mouthwatering recipes. The Irish Brown Soda Bread stands as a testament to the richness of Irish flavors and the joy of baking.

So, why not embark on a culinary adventure with Chris? Head over to his YouTube channel or Social Media, where you’ll discover a wealth of delightful recipes and valuable baking tips. Let’s celebrate the joy of baking together and indulge in the magic of Chris’s delicious creations.

Happy baking!

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Last updated May 29, 2023


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Mary Agronick

Sunday 11th of February 2024

Hi Chris I want to know what kind whole grain I could buy . The bread looks delicious. I don’t like whole wheat flour in America. If u could recommend another type multigrain flour . Thanks