We hope to help you learn how to create a pub night experience for your family and friends.
While it's good for any night, we are going to talk a bit about making it an experience the famed Irish holiday, that is celebrated with more zeal in America than in Ireland itself, St. Patrick's Day.
As best as I can tell, this recipe has its origins in the Amish community. In the 1960's this bread, or at least a very similar recipe, was the winner of the Pillsbury Bake-Off competition. Its a no-knead bread with cottage cheese, rich dried onion and dill flavors. I love it on St. Patrick's Day, but it's also just a generally good recipe for an out of the ordinary bread recipe.