Dunany Flour Mill
Just like the flatbreads of the Middle East, or cornbread from the plains of North America, Irish baking culture is deeply rooted in the natural features of the terrain. Both the flora and the fauna resulted in a style of hardy, yet rich bread that was baked out of love. The texture and flavour of the loaves come from the very soil that birthed them, not just the culinary fashions of the period. Watch as Andrew and Leonie from Dunany Flour explain more about their production process as a small-scale Irish supplier.