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    Dublin Driver

    3 oz Orange Juice 1 oz. Irish Mist Pour Irish Mist and Orange Juice over rocks. Enjoy.
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    Dublin Doubler #2

    1 1/2 oz. Irish Whiskey 1 1/2 oz. Irish Cream Mix irish whiskey, irish cream, and ice cubes. Shake to chill. Serve with or without the ice, it is very good either way.
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    Dublin Doubler #1

    0.5 OZ Amaretto 1.0 OZ Bailey's Irish Cream Can Be A Shot Or A Drink Over Ice. Also Good With Coffee.:)
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    Dublin Delight

    3/4 oz. Vodka 1/2 oz. Midori Melon Liqueur Combine with ice in a shaker. Strain into old fashioned glass half filled with crushed ice. garnish with green maraschino cherry.
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    Dublin Coddle

    1lb/ 500g best sausages 8oz/ 250g streaky bacon 1/2pt/ 300ml/ 1 cup stock or water 6 medium potatoes 2 medium onions salt and pepper (serves four) Cut the bacon into 1in/ 3cm squares. Bring the stock to the boil in a medium saucepan which has a well-fitting lid, add the sausages and the bacon...
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    Corned Beef and Cabbage

    5 lb/ 2 kg joint of corned beef 1 large cabbage bay leaf 2 large onions cold water to cover 2 large carrots ground black pepper 4 potatoes (serves four to six) Quarter the cabbage and put aside. Peel and slice the other vegetables. Cover the meat with the water and bring to the boil. Skim the...
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    Dublin Lawyer

    1 live lobster, about 2 lb 1/2 cup butter 1/2 cup Irish whiskey 1/2 cup whipping cream salt and pepper (serves two) Toss the lobster meat in foaming butter over a medium heat for a few minutes until cooked. Take care that the butter does not burn. Add the whiskey and when it has heated up set...
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    Dublin Stewed Pork (irish)

    1 1/2 lb Pork pieces 3/4 c Stock or water 2 lb Cooking apples 3/4 c Cream 1 lb Onions 1 x Seasoned flour 1 tb Brown sugar 1 x Butter or bacon fat 4 servings Chop meat and onion into rough pieces. Melt the fat or butter and gently fry the onion until tender. Remove from pan. Toss the meat in...
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    Dublin Lawyer (irish)

    1 x Fresh lobster/about 2 1/2 lb 150 ml Cream 3 tb Butter 1 x Salt and pepper 4 tb Irish whiskey 2 servings The lobster should be cut in two down the center. Remove all the meat from the lobster, including the claws: retain the shell for serving. Cut the meat into chunks. Heat the butter...
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    Dublin Coddle (irish)

    1 lb Bacon bits (pref. smoked) 3 ea Potatoes (or even four) 1 lb Good meaty sausages 1 x Handful fresh parsley 3 ea Large onions 1 x Grind fresh pepper 4 servings Bacon bits are the off-cuts from the various types of bacon, which are sold very cheaply in Dublin pork butchers' shops...