|Eating for England|
|by Nigel Slater|
The British have a relationship with their food that is unlike that of any other country.
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Heat a large ... With a large spoon against the glass of the goblet, add hot coffee. Add whiskey, then sweeten to taste. Top with whipped cream and serve.
In the bowl ... Dream Whip, instant coffee and milk. Beat ... cup water and whiskey. Beat until ... chocolate curls. Freeze for about 1 hour before serving.
Mix sugar and coffee. Put into warm glass. Add Irish whiskey. Top with soft cream.
Whip cream until ... Chill. Preheat 4 Irish coffee glasses by rinsing ... and 2 tablespoons whiskey in each glass. ... glass to brim; do not stir. Serves 4.
For each Irish coffee, do the ... 1/2 oz. Irish whiskey into cup. Add ... rim side down on wax paper and air dry until ready to use. Adds a festive touch.
Preparation time: 5 ... mug. Fill with coffee and milk. Top ... place sugar cube, whiskey and coffee. Top ... cream. Top with cream and grated chocolate.
Heat a stemmed whiskey goblet. Pour in one jigger of Irish whiskey. Add three ... with strong black coffee to within one ... Irish whiskey through the cream.
Just before serving: ... measure sugar and Irish whiskey. Add hot coffee to fill glass ... coffee: add small scoop vanilla ice cream to strong iced coffee.
Put a teaspoon ... each serving cup. Pour some Irish whiskey in each cup (use your own judgment). Fill cups with hot coffee. Stir. Top with whipped cream.
Into a glass or coffee mug, measure sugar and Irish whiskey. Add hot ... regular Irish coffee glasses or some pretty mugs with handles. Makes 1 serving.
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