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  • What to eat & drink for a Phins morning game?

    This was a thread on FH. Thought it was worth posting here. My thoughts.

    Traditional Irish Breakfast
    1 packet of Donnelly Irish Sausages
    1 packet of Donnelly Irish bacon
    One Pack Black Pudding
    One Pack if White Pudding
    4 Eggs
    4 Medium tomatoes
    4 Boiled ( Cold ) Potatoes
    1 Can Irish Beans
    Saxa White Pepper
    Knob of Irish Butter
    Grated Dubliner Cheese

    A traditional Irish Breakfast served up by Chrissie at the Irish Coffee Shop in PA

    Place a knob of Irish Butter on a frying pan or skillet. ( There is a noticeable difference in taste when you use Irish Butter over cooking oil )
    Over a medium heat, fry the bacon until its done the way you like. Try not to cook it like American bacon which is usually done until real crispy.
    Keep the Irish Bacon soft and well browned.
    With four plates in the warming section of your oven, place the cooked bacon on one plate and keep hot. You can place a paper towel on the plate to absorb excess fat from the bacon.
    Place the sausages on the frying pan and cook till golden brown all around.
    Place in oven on a second plate - keep hot.
    Empty contents of can of beans in to a small saucepan and place on low heat.
    Slice the puddings and place on the frying pan.
    Cut the tomatoes in to quarters and place on pan also.
    Slice the Previously boiled chilled potatoes in to slices about 1" thick and place on pan.
    Fry the tomatoes, puddings and potatoes till golden brown both sides.
    Place in the oven and keep hot.
    Finally, fry the eggs and grate Dubliner cheese on top if desired.
    This breakfast is great washed down with Irish tea and served with brown bread.

    Screw the tea. Goes GREAT with beer after an eye opener of Irish coffee.

    Try rumaki, a bacon wrapped chicken liver with a water chestnut.

    Also Scotch eggs are really good. Its a hard boiled egg (smaller is better) which you coat with ground sausage (some add egg and bread crumbs on top) and fry. We like a spicy mustard sauce with it, others like a fresh salsa, etc.

  • #2
    The way this team is playing I am thinking Bloody Mary's early and often...

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    • #3
      Should be different...Watching the Fins play usually makes me lose my lunch,, this time i guess it'll be my breakfast!

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      • #4
        What Game??????? Burp!

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        • #5
          There'll be plenty of 'sausages' on the field already Sunday morning.

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          • #6
            Pepto Bismol first thing in the morning works best for me. It's called preemptive medicine.

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            • HndRkyaBong34
              HndRkyaBong34 commented
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              Add Rolaids with a tall glass of Vodka....

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