Thursday, November 24, 2005

Prawns in a whiskey-and-cream sauce

I see trawlers from Counties Down and Louth are now picking up full-meal ingredient packs off the Welsh coast. Progress indeed. In addition to prawns, trawler crews have been rubbing their salty eyes in disbelief as their nets have pulled in large numbers of unopened bottles of Carolans Irish Cream - in gift packs complete with two glass tumblers. Just add salt and pepper.

It's not 1st April, by the way. A Carolans spokesperson says a 40-foot container of the stuff bound for Spain fell off a ship in high seas last month in the Bay of Biscay, and the currents have swept it back home.

Commenting on the development, Francie Molloy referred journalists to the Sinn Féin leadership and Nigel Dodds said people were already aware of his party's stance on the matter.


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