Barm Brack or Barmbrack, which is a fruit bread, rather like the Welsh Bara Brith, and is traditionally eaten at Halloween - it is served sliced and buttered.

Barm Brack is an Irish bread which is also known as Tea Brack. Brack is an old Irish word for "Yeast"

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