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A rich, decorative pudding of the1880"s and 1890"s. Made with butter, or sometimes very thick cream, brandy and almonds. In England it was known as Irish Rock, and when pineapples were a novelty, the mixture was often shaped to resemble one, and garnished with crystallised fruits.
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