Irish Egg

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chewingthefat
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2012/03/03 17:20:04 (permalink)

Irish Egg

Had my first one today, Hard boiled egg, covered with ground pork, dusted with cornmeal, deep fat fried, damn good! anyone ever had one, what did you think?
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    TJ Jackson
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    Re:Irish Egg 2012/03/03 17:59:40 (permalink)
    This is generally referred to as a Scotch Egg
     
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scotch_egg
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    Michael Hoffman
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    Re:Irish Egg 2012/03/03 18:13:15 (permalink)
    I make them occasionally. I like them. I've never heard them, called Irish eggs, though. Only Scotch eggs. But considering who's Irish around here ... .
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    Foodbme
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    Re:Irish Egg 2012/03/03 22:31:20 (permalink)
    The difference is you eat a Scotch Egg with a shot of Jamison's and you eat an Irish Egg with a pint of Guiness. Same egg!
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    Re:Irish Egg 2012/03/03 23:35:17 (permalink)
    It's Jameson and since that's an Irish whiskey, that wouldn't make sense.
    post edited by hatteras04 - 2012/03/03 23:41:23
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    Foodbme
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    Re:Irish Egg 2012/03/03 23:52:04 (permalink)
    hatteras04

    It's Jameson and since that's an Irish whiskey, that wouldn't make sense.

    Guess you can tell I'm not a Scotch Drinker so make it a Glenlivet! Or one of these:


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    chewingthefat
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    Re:Irish Egg 2012/03/04 10:51:45 (permalink)
    Scotch egg it is then, I had it at the Shamrock Restaurant, down the road from me, the place is sooooooooooo Irish any twist they can give something to make Irish they do...fine by me!
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    Twinwillow
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    Re:Irish Egg 2012/03/04 11:08:23 (permalink)
    I prefer a Scotch-Irish egg. A Scotch egg washed down with a pint of draught Guinness.
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    Mosca
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    Re:Irish Egg 2012/03/04 11:56:37 (permalink)
    I always called them dinosaur eggs.
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