EVANSTON, Ill., March 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Everybody's Irish on St. Patrick's Day. Here are two ways to do it up green from Kerrygold. Kerrygold butter and cheeses, imported from Ireland and sold in supermarkets and specialty stores throughout the U.S., are made with milk from grass-fed cows.
How to Make Irish Soda Bread, Video Demonstration by Darina Allen
In this video, Darina Allen, owner of the world-famous Ballymaloe Cookery School and Ireland's most famous cook, shows a unique way of making Irish soda bread, using splayed fingers to combine dry and wet ingredients in just a few minutes. Then it's on to the baking sheet and into the oven! Check out the video at www.kerrygoldusa.com/press-release/darina-allens-irish-soda-bread.
How to Make Irish Potato Cakes, Video Demonstration by Clodagh McKenna
Author of a new cookbook, Clodagh's Kitchen Diaries (Kyle Books), this vivacious chef, restaurateur, food writer and Irish TV cooking star demonstrates how to make classic potato cakes with Ireland's signature ingredients: potatoes and dairy products from Ireland's grass-fed cows. The video can be found at www.kerrygoldusa.com/press-release/clodagh.
About the Irish Dairy Board/Kerrygold
The Irish Dairy Board is the marketing and selling cooperative created by Ireland's small dairy farmer co-ops and co-op creameries to export butter and cheeses all over the world. "Kerrygold" is the international brand of the Irish Dairy Board. Kerrygold butter and cheeses are widely sold in the U.S. in supermarkets and specialty food stores. For a store finder, visit www.kerrygoldusa.com/where-to-buy/. For more information about Kerrygold butters and cheeses, visit www.kerrygoldusa.com.
SOURCE Irish Dairy Board