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  1. I definitely will have to check that Fresh off the Boat sitcom out. I’m so behind the times on the latest tv shows. The only one I regularly try to catch is The Mindy Project.

    I just bought Goji berries at the supermarket. The cashier had no idea what they were.. . but then again. . .neither did my hubby. Too funny. I was going to put them in granola but I love the idea of this soda bread too. I always have loved a nice seedy bread . . .and topping with that curd. Can you say hEAven?

    • Pang

      I am behind on the TV shows, too; though, that show caught my attention because, well you know, I am Asian. hahaha

      I am glad you are going to try making it, Lynn. It’s so easy and can be kept for 3 days. Wink wink.. no need to make breakfast for 3 days for your hubby 🙂


  2. You’ve inspired me to try Fresh off the Boat… I read it was delightful… Love the Superfood Soda Bread… gorgeous photos, as usual!

    • Pang

      Thank you SO MUCH for your kind words, MB.
      Let me know what you think of that show when you watch it, yes? 🙂


  3. I love that show too, it’s pretty hilarious! 🙂 Wow, your soda bread is blowing me away… I love all the superfoods you’ve got in there. Sooo good!

    • Pang

      Thank you SO MUCH for your lovely words, Elsa. I am glad I can show you a healthy recipe for once 🙂
      xoxo


  4. Oh, this is such a lovely lovely soda bread, Pang!!! And expressing your love through food is such a beautiful sentiment 🙂 it’s definitely one that my family can empathize with. As always, love your thoughtful words and this gorgeous recipe!

    • Pang

      What lovely & kind words!!!! You have always been sweet, wonderful Cynthia. Thank you SO MUCH.

      xoxo


  5. I totally understand this! My family are American, but they are not really very affectionate. I really like hugs and squeezes and to tell my family I love them, even though that isn’t the way we grew up acting around each other. Thankfully I think they’re warming up to it, and they always say it back — even if it’s a little awkwardly 🙂 Hee! I LOVE soda bread, I think of my brother and how he was so surprised that just a few ingredients makes bread so quickly. Adding the goji berries and pumpkin seeds are such a great idea to make it healthful! I must try that the next time I bake a loaf. This looks lovely, Pang!

    • Pang

      Thank you SO MUCH, Sophie. I hope your brother will like the bread, too. I am sure he will be amazed even more because this one require no kneading or proofing at all. 🙂

      Btw, I am glad your parents finally come around to saying that sweet words to you. So funny how our parents are so alike on that regard 🙂
      xoxo

    • Pang

      I am so glad I like the post, Melinda 🙂


  6. YUM! I want this right now!!! I am glad you hugged and said I love you to your parents, even if it is hard for them : D I can’t imagine not saying it to my mom and dad. I am fascinated by cultural differences! Nothing say I love you better than homemade food, made with love!!!

    • Pang

      I am so happy you feel the same way, Steph. So glad you like the post, too 🙂


  7. Yes, yes, yes! Pang, this post is super gorgeous 🙂 Also, I love CW, their pastries are delicious.

    • Pang

      What a lovely compliment!!! Thank you SO MUCH, Nik 🙂


  8. This bread looks yummy- in the end it’s not only me who makes it at home haha I remember eating soda bread when I lived in Ireland, as down there is the only one Irish would eat. I was not used to it at all, but with time I’ve learn to appreciate its flavor. Wonderful pictures as always Pang xx

    • Pang

      I can’t do more complicated bread like you do, my lovely friend, BUT I am so glad you like the post 🙂
      xoxo


  9. Pang!! Look at those awesome sifted flour shots!! You got the elusive swirl right on the money. I’m definitely all over telling people I love them through food – I think it means more than the three little words anyhow:)

    • Pang

      So true… Thank you so much, lady 🙂


  10. Oh Pang, this whole post is just stunning!! I love the action shots, and those breads look to die for – fluffy and crumbly and full of sweet goodness. Yum! <3

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