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- n. A type of Irish sausage made from pigs' blood, suet, and salt; an Irish version of black pudding.
Cathy Barry sells drisheen, pints of Murphy and crubeens.
Two girls are asking the assistant how to cook drisheen, the Irish black pudding which can only be described as a hard-core delicacy.
The lampredotto was dominated, flavour-wise, by the spicy sauce lathered on top. boiled in milk and served with onions (a combination my colleague appealingly describes as tasting "like a sweaty hot water bottle"), a treatment that's also used in Ireland where it's commonly served with drisheen.