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Irish Breakfast - Historian - 12-28-2006

A good friend sent me this for Christmas!
 
Irish Soda Bread, Rashers (Back Bacon), Bangers (Sausages), White Pudding, and Black Pudding.
 
Chased with a Guinness and cut up with a Strider SMF knife!
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Irish Breakfast - Historian - 12-28-2006

Ok, I'm afraid to ask but: What is black pudding? Or white pudding for that matter?

Other than that, looks delish!




Irish Breakfast - Historian - 12-28-2006

Black pudding is a sort of a blood sausage, served in patties rather than links. Your basic Irish breakfast, (and it is tasty indeed) is pretty much a heart attack on a plate.



Irish Breakfast - Mornac - 12-28-2006

MikeSearson Wrote:A good friend sent me this for Christmas!

 
Must have been a mess by the time you opened the package.



Irish Breakfast - actiofidei - 12-28-2006

Traditional Irish utensils?


Irish Breakfast - Historian - 12-28-2006

mojomama Wrote:Black pudding is a sort of a blood sausage, served in patties rather than links. Your basic Irish breakfast, (and it is tasty indeed) is pretty much a heart attack on a plate.
 
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Irish Breakfast - Historian - 12-28-2006

actiofidei Wrote:Traditional Irish utensils?
<FONT face="Tahoma, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif">A three-leaf clover?</FONT>



Irish Breakfast - aquinas138 - 12-28-2006

I must confess, I'm jealous! I love black pudding!


Irish Breakfast - Historian - 12-29-2006

actiofidei Wrote:Traditional Irish utensils?

 
What do you think the Strider is for, toughguy?
:)



Irish Breakfast - HailGilbert - 12-29-2006

Well, for me, I'll take a "modified Irish breakfast".

That is the following...

No soda bread, black pudding, white pudding and no Guinness. (I'm an adult child of an alcoholic. So no Guinness for me ever.)

Keep the back bacon.

Keep the sausages, but put some maple syrup on them for flavor.

Get a hot bowl of Irish porridge oats with butter, sugar and maple syrup.

And either orange juice or Irish breakfast tea to drink.

And a copy of some type of Irish newspaper not connected with any faction of the New World Order or Masonry...if one exists.

Bingo-bongo! I'm all set! [Image: tiphat2.gif][Image: shamrock.gif]