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My Fabulous Cooking Show: Irish Coffee and Soda Bread

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXh5PzQXIIc&t=70s Irish CoffeeTo ensure the integrity of the ingredients of Irish Coffee, Ireland published an Irish standard in 1988. The original recipe explicitly uses brown sugar and cream that has not been whipped. The coffee is drunk through cream that is floated on top. It's actually easier to use cream that has been slightly whipped so that it doesn't mix with the hot coffee.8 cups freshly brewed coffee6 tablespoons brown sugar12 ounces Irish whiskeyHeavy cream, slightly whippedFill coffee mugs with hot water to preheat; then empty. Pour piping hot coffee into warmed mugs until they are about ¾ full. Add ...

Erin Go Braugh!

“May the leprechauns be near you, to spread luck along your way. And, may all the Irish angels smile upon you St. Patrick's Day.”Corned beef is a long-standing American St. Patrick’s Day tradition. In Ireland, the St. Patrick’s Day meal would most likely be ham and cabbage. Corned beef is a beef brisket or round roast cured in brine which leaves the beef bright red and flavorful. The meat remains pink when cooked, and because the beef is a tough cut of meat, requires longer cooking to render it tender. “Corned” refers to the salt grains used many years ago to cure or preserve meats. For fork-tender results, never boil corned beef. My easy ...