School: Currycahill (roll number 11301)

Currycahill, Co. Longford
Mrs. A. Wilson
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0766, Page 032

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  1. It was all oatmeal bread that was made in this district long ago. Bakers bread was considered a luxery long ago the same as cake is now. The oats was grown locally that was used for the bread.
    The ingredients were water and salt and the oatmeal. It was baked before the fire on a stand.
    There were no marks cut on it. Enough was made on one day to last for a week.
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.