It would be great if they came to Italy, I'll follow your advices, thank you! :)
I'd like to come to Holland next summer, I'm studying Dutch at university and it would be useful too :) but I'm planning a 2 week-holiday in Ireland since I couldn't go back there last year, and I just need to see that place again to find some peace and relax.
Thank you for telling me about the forum, have a nice day..
oh.. I'm sorry for him, it's always awful when you lose someone you love so much like your mom., even if I can't actually imagine how it really feels.
Yeah I own their discography, but not the DVD, I should look for it.. I hope I can see them in Italy someday, even if the best bands play abroad :(
Unfortunately folk music is not really appreciated in my country, people like commercial music more, and whoever owns a local (even a big one) is afraid of inviting bands whose music genre wouldn't gather lots and lots people. Well, it's a money matter. It sucks. Luckily there are some celtic and medieval festivals in Northern Italy, where interesting bands play, and they're great!
4 cups sifted flour
1/2 cup sugar
2 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon backing soda
1/4 cup softened butter (cut butter in)
1 1/4 cups boiled seedless raisins (bring to boil)
1 1/3 cups buttermilk; can use a little more of dough is too stiff
2 Tablespoons caraway seeds
Preheat oven to 375
Grease and flour pan
Mix dry ingredients together.
Cut n butter
Stir in egg and raisins
Stir in buttermilk
Kneed together with hands and shape into round loaf
Cut deep cross on top
Bake for 40 minutes
Make it round and high it spreads out and flattens as in cooks
*Listen to Irish music while making and eating Irish Soda Bread, you can dance too. These final ingredients are added by me and not Nanny my Irish grandmother.
Yep, it's a RWE. I went for the lighter colour coz it matches my other Hedwitschak bodhran which is a 15" double goat skin. A friend of mine has a 14" lite line drum from Christian which is very nice.
I have an authentic county Leitrim Irish Soda Bread recipe. It has been handed down from my Irish grandmother, Kate Quigley (Rooney). Give me a few days to get it to you, ok. This is a top secret recipe; not to be sold and never to be given away to any person that does not love the Irish. In the mean time, there is a company that makes a very good soda bread mix. It is an American company called 'Bob's Red Mill.' There is also .com for the company with many good recipes. Brendan
I think that it symbolizes the eternity, life beyond death. The connection of the spiritual world. The reborn. The return of the dead to the world of the living…
But I really don’t know. This is what my intuitions says to me. I tried to find out but I had not found anything about it. Do you know?