In County Waterford, the Waterford Blaa is loved by all. This soft roll dates back to the times of the Huguenots of the 17th Century. It’s said in Waterford city that there isn’t a blaa to be found after eleven o’clock! Not surprising, since this soft white roll dusted in flour, which derived from France, is used for a Breakfast Blaa, filled to the brim with bacon, egg and sausage. But you can eat it any time of day. Waterford Blaa is delicious for sandwiches or served with soup. By the way, some say it takes its name from the French word ‘blanc’, which means white and refers to the flour used. Waterford has long claimed it as its own and city bakeries delight in producing it for sale county wide.