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What to do with blood pudding?

blkery | Feb 23, 201105:00 PM     11

My potluck group last night decided that the next week's theme would be 'blood'. I missed the decision process and have no idea how they came to that conclusion as some of them are vegetarians, but they were talking about ingredients like blood oranges, beets, etc. I, of course, would like to do it proper, and bring in a blood sausage or pudding to make everyone squirm.

The only ones I can find in my town are Tommy Moloney products:

http://www.tommymoloneys.com/store/co...

and

http://www.tommymoloneys.com/store/co...

I've never had Irish blood pudding and have no idea what it tastes like or what the seasonings are like. Can anyone give me some hints? Also, I don't think it'd be very interesting to just slice it up and fry it - do you know of any preparations I can incorporate it in?

Thanks!

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