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Old 05-01-2010, 10:07 AM   #11
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..and the irish love to use guinness in everything. they'd run their cars on it if they could, and suckle their children on the same.

if you are part irish, do yourself a favour and have a true irish breakfast.
^haha regarding Guinness, buckytom...and a lot of great info in your post #10 as well as frank, robo, and BigDaddy. Look what I found...2 pics of a traditional Irish breakfast. One is missing the brown bread, the other is missing the mushrooms, and both are missing the Guinness but, wow, thatsa'lotta'food...worthy of mention over in my other thread called "Outrageous Restaurant Portions"...
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Old 05-01-2010, 10:10 AM   #12
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oh yeah, i forgot the bachelor baked beans (bottom pic on the left of the plate), toast, and home fries!

and if you're from near the border, you have boxty instead of home fries. sort of a potato pancake.
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Old 05-04-2010, 10:24 AM   #13
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Bucky, post 10 made me drool.

Molly, Your post made me drool in two ways. Beautiful Irish Girl and fantastic breakfast!!!

I have a friend who hales from Aussie and her nickname is Beanie. She was in a diner, and had breakfast beans and toast spilled all down her back right before a huge business meeting. When she told me about it, I had to try the beans and toast breakfast. IT IS FANTASTIC!!! Over easy eggs, generous portion of beans, seared ripe tomatos, thick toast. Ok, my oatmeal is not cutting it this morning.
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Old 05-04-2010, 12:22 PM   #14
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Mollyanne, I had the traditional Irish breakfast several times on my recent trip to Ireland. All of it was delicious except for the "black and white pudding". The white was barely edible, but the black was just nasty!!
Patooie........
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Old 05-04-2010, 12:54 PM   #15
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I guess my Irish blarney is not needed here (maternal grandmother). Everyone seems to have it all wrapped up.
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Hibernia is the Latin name for Ireland
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Old 05-06-2010, 12:34 PM   #17
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I went to school with a girl named Hibernia.

Hibernia May Johnson, she works at the DMV.
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Old 05-06-2010, 01:27 PM   #18
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that reminds me of an irish joke.

the police pulled over an old irish man a mile after his wife had fallen out of his car.

they said to him, "begorrah, man! didn't you realize that your poor wife fell out?"

he replied, "oh, thanks be to god. i thought me hearin' had finally gone."
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...you all are funny

...and thank you for the heads up kayelle

...anyone ever heard of, or
know what Dublin Coddle is?

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When she told me about it, I had to try the beans and toast breakfast. IT IS FANTASTIC!!! Over easy eggs, generous portion of beans, seared ripe tomatos, thick toast. Ok, my oatmeal is not cutting it this morning.
Just don't try making beans on toast with regular packaged white bread, get a good thick sliced crusty white bread, trust me.
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