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By John Murphy

This modestly priced little ebook deals an advent to the range of Irish cooking.
Murphy exhibits you the way to begin the day with a standard Irish Farmhouse Breakfast,
or provoke your mates with an entire Baked Salmon or a serving of Dublin Lawyer.
Round all of it off with an Irish espresso or a scorching Whiskey.

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Serve at once. 58 Index Apple Crumble 52 Hot Whiskey 58 Apple and Blackberry Crumble 52 Apple Fool 51 Apple Jelly 12 Irish Coffee 58 Irish Farmhouse Breakfast 4 Apple Tart 55 Irish Stew 44 Lobster see Dublin Lawyer Baked Limerick Ham 40 Baked Salmon 31 Barm Brack 14 Beef in Guinness 43 Blackberry Sorbet 48 Boxty 21 Breakfast, Irish Farmhouse 4 Brown Scones 11 Brown Soda B Buttermilk Pancakes see Drop Scones Champ 35 Coddle 47 Coffee. Irish 58 Colcannon 35 Corned Beef and Cabbage 39 Mutton Broth 29 Pancakes 17 Pea and Ham Soup 26 Porter Cake 57 Potato Farls 18 Potato Soup 25 Rhubarb Crumble 52 Rhubarb Fool 51 Salmon, Baked 31 Scones 11 Scotch Pancakes see Drop Scones Soda Bread 7 Spiced Beef 36 Spotted Dick 8 Drop Scones 17 Dublin Lawyer 32 Tea 8 pulse 22 Wheaten Bread 8 Whiskey, Hot 58 Fruit Scones 11 Yellowman 22 Gooseberry Crumble 52 Gooseberry Fool 51 Ham.

Drink the hot liquid through the cool cream. If double cream is not available use lightly-whipped single (whipping) cream. Hot Whiskey, also known as 'hot Irish' or just 'punch', is a favourite winter drink in Irish pubs. boiling water 1-2 tsp sugar 1 large measure Irish whiskey slice of lemon 2 or 3 whole cloves Heat a stemmed whiskey glass as above. Pour in fresh boiling water to more than half full, dissolve sugar to taste, add the whiskey, a slice of lemon and the cloves. Serve at once. 58 Index Apple Crumble 52 Hot Whiskey 58 Apple and Blackberry Crumble 52 Apple Fool 51 Apple Jelly 12 Irish Coffee 58 Irish Farmhouse Breakfast 4 Apple Tart 55 Irish Stew 44 Lobster see Dublin Lawyer Baked Limerick Ham 40 Baked Salmon 31 Barm Brack 14 Beef in Guinness 43 Blackberry Sorbet 48 Boxty 21 Breakfast, Irish Farmhouse 4 Brown Scones 11 Brown Soda B Buttermilk Pancakes see Drop Scones Champ 35 Coddle 47 Coffee.

Throw this out, fill the glass somewhat more than half full with coffee and add sugar to taste. Stir to dissolve, then add the whiskey. Pour the cream over the back of a spoon to float on top. Drink the hot liquid through the cool cream. If double cream is not available use lightly-whipped single (whipping) cream. Hot Whiskey, also known as 'hot Irish' or just 'punch', is a favourite winter drink in Irish pubs. boiling water 1-2 tsp sugar 1 large measure Irish whiskey slice of lemon 2 or 3 whole cloves Heat a stemmed whiskey glass as above.

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