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While recently in Jamaica (ashore) I watched girls make biscuits in a pan with hot oil. Very good, somewhat like a bagel.
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Beer bread with Guinness? Please pass on a recipe!
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I'll second the request for that beer bread recipe.
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Ingredients

1 (12 fluid ounce) can or bottle beer
3 cups self-rising flour
3 tablespoons white sugar
Directions

In a large bowl, mix together the sugar and flour. Add beer and continue to mix, first using a wooden spoon, then your hands. Batter will be sticky. Pour into a 9 x 5 inch greased loaf pan.
Bake at 350 degrees F (175 degrees ) for 50 for 60 minutes. The top will be crunchy, and the insides will be soft. Serve topped with butter or cheese spread.
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This is the one I have used for years. NOTE WELL you MUST use canned Guinness.

If in the French Islands Pelforth Brune or Porter 39 work as well.

Ingredients:
2 cups coarse wholemeal flour
1/2 cup sugar This produces a sweetish bread reduce by half if you prefer.
1 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. salt
1/4 cup butter
1 tsp. malt extract (if you can't find malt extract, substitute 1 tsp. vanilla)
1 1/4 cups canned Guinness
1 to 1 and 1/4 cups buttermilk OK to substitute any milk even reconstituted milk powder.

Method:
Preheat oven to 425F
1. Add flour, sugar, baking soda and salt in a large mixing bowl.
2. Blend in butter.
3. Stir in malt, buttermilk and Guinness. Mix until the bread is a THICK porridge-like consistency. Do not beat to death DO NOT KNEAD.
4. Turn into a greased baking pan that has been sprinkled heavily with flour. Sprinkle additional flour on top.
5. Bake for 30 minutes at 425F degree and 30 minutes at 400F.

WARNING Keep the loaf locked up as the leprechauns will steal slices!

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For those of us who are "ancient mariners" leaving out the salt does not affect the cooking of the brad and really helps blood presure etc.

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Not a fan of hard work but often buy bread dough.
Have a gas oven and a small non stick loaf shaped baking tin.
Come out great with a crusty top.
Also love the deep base home cook pizas, perfect for a lazy lunch when anchored or hove to.
Like my Guinness in the glass.
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For those of us who are "ancient mariners" leaving out the salt does not affect the cooking of the brad and really helps blood presure etc.

Rik
I resemble that remark!

Cheers,

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For those of us who are "ancient mariners" leaving out the salt does not affect the cooking of the brad and really helps blood presure etc.

Rik
The fact my wife don,t bake or sail realy helps mine

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