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Dublin coddle

A traditional Irish stew, consisting of thick rashers of bacon, sausages, sliced onions and potatoes cooked in layers in a pan. Served hot with vegetables, and a glass of Guinness. For a recipe, see Gourmet Britain Recipe section.

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