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Old Dec 10th 2003, 9:08 pm
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Originally posted by BrigieDarling
Thought I'd find you in here , drinking Willy!

my name's billy and i'm an alcoholic.

 
Old Dec 11th 2003, 10:47 am
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Originally posted by steandleigh
Baileys, poured over vanilla ice cream - double yum!!!
Oooh yummy will have to try that one! I wasn't too impressed with Baileys glide though.... not strong enough!
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Originally posted by Larissa
Oooh yummy will have to try that one! I wasn't too impressed with Baileys glide though.... not strong enough!

another alcoholic?

 
Old Dec 11th 2003, 4:32 pm
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I'm in mourning. Just been put on antibiotics to clear up my sinus infection. No Baileys!!!!!
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Old Dec 11th 2003, 4:40 pm
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Originally posted by vicky o
I'm in mourning. Just been put on antibiotics to clear up my sinus infection. No Baileys!!!!!
Maybe you can still sniff it then! Ooops just realised that you couldn't do that with blocked sinuses... maybe you could just gargle in it!
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Default Irish cream recipe

Here is a tried and true baileys recipe:

1 cup of Rye whiskey
1 pint of whipping cream
1 can of eagle brand milk
1 egg
1 tsp chocolate syrup
1 tsp instant coffee
Mix in the Blender. Keep in fridge. Use befor date on cream.


I have played aound by using different types of whiskeys

Last year I made my kids teachers each a bottle! lol - the new teachers this year have hinted at it!

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Originally posted by fried_emu
Here is a tried and true baileys recipe:

1 cup of Rye whiskey
1 pint of whipping cream
1 can of eagle brand milk
1 egg
1 tsp chocolate syrup
1 tsp instant coffee
Mix in the Blender. Keep in fridge. Use befor date on cream.


I have played aound by using different types of whiskeys

Last year I made my kids teachers each a bottle! lol - the new teachers this year have hinted at it!

Fried
Hmmm sounds worth a try! Ta!
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Originally posted by fried_emu
Here is a tried and true baileys recipe:

1 cup of Rye whiskey
1 pint of whipping cream
1 can of eagle brand milk
1 egg
1 tsp chocolate syrup
1 tsp instant coffee
Mix in the Blender. Keep in fridge. Use befor date on cream.


I have played aound by using different types of whiskeys

Last year I made my kids teachers each a bottle! lol - the new teachers this year have hinted at it!

Fried
Leave out everything except the whisky and make that a single malt.
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Old Dec 15th 2003, 5:04 am
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Originally posted by Pookin
Yes you can, I was the same about Ginger Wine. They have everything pretty much.
Have you tried the Stones Ginger Beer? Made in Aussie under licence from Stones of London..... mmmmm.

$2.99 each, or $11 for a 4 pack in our bottle shop
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Originally posted by fried_emu
Here is a tried and true baileys recipe:

1 cup of Rye whiskey
1 pint of whipping cream
1 can of eagle brand milk
1 egg
1 tsp chocolate syrup
1 tsp instant coffee
Mix in the Blender. Keep in fridge. Use befor date on cream.


I have played aound by using different types of whiskeys

Last year I made my kids teachers each a bottle! lol - the new teachers this year have hinted at it!

Fried

Just wanted to say thanks gave this..... (in a nice fancy bottle and ribbon)... to four friends for Xmas (hard to buy for types). got nothing but praise.......
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Originally posted by vicky o
I'm in mourning. Just been put on antibiotics to clear up my sinus infection. No Baileys!!!!!

Hey Vicky, I only just caught your thread so I am afraid this piece of info is too late for your Xmas drinks but save it for next time you are on antibiotics

Alcohol and antibiotics DO mix, The reason that so many peeps believe they don't mix is the best piece of propaganda/preventative advice that the medics came up with at the end of the second world war, when so many members of the armed forces were returning to the UK with sexually transmitted infection, they were given penicillin and told not to drink - NOT because the two don't mix but simply to make sure they did go out drinking and pick up another partner and spread their infection futher. From such advice a whole generation has repeated the falacy ad lib

I have to repeat this explanation regularly or else many people would take a few antibiotics and then stop taking them so they can go out drinking instead of completing a full course. :lecture:


The only antibiotic that causes problems with alcohol is called Metronidazole , not used routinely and makes people vomit like mad with alcohol :scared: :scared:

Again sorry this is so late

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I was given a bottle as a gift for xmas which remains unopened as yet.

I have a great recipe I made a few years ago, which involves halfing and scooping out a pineapple, beating fresh cream icing sugar and baileys until it holds its shape and filling the scooped out pineapple half, decorating with bits of pineapple and other fruit such as strawberries peaches etc.

Very yummy!!

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Originally posted by Paylia
Hey Vicky, I only just caught your thread so I am afraid this piece of info is too late for your Xmas drinks but save it for next time you are on antibiotics

Alcohol and antibiotics DO mix, The reason that so many peeps believe they don't mix is the best piece of propaganda/preventative advice that the medics came up with at the end of the second world war, when so many members of the armed forces were returning to the UK with sexually transmitted infection, they were given penicillin and told not to drink - NOT because the two don't mix but simply to make sure they did go out drinking and pick up another partner and spread their infection futher. From such advice a whole generation has repeated the falacy ad lib

I have to repeat this explanation regularly or else many people would take a few antibiotics and then stop taking them so they can go out drinking instead of completing a full course. :lecture:


The only antibiotic that causes problems with alcohol is called Metronidazole , not used routinely and makes people vomit like mad with alcohol :scared: :scared:

Again sorry this is so late

Peter


Are you in the medical field ?
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Old Jan 6th 2004, 3:27 am
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Originally posted by Paylia
Hey Vicky, I only just caught your thread so I am afraid this piece of info is too late for your Xmas drinks but save it for next time you are on antibiotics

Alcohol and antibiotics DO mix, The reason that so many peeps believe they don't mix is the best piece of propaganda/preventative advice that the medics came up with at the end of the second world war, when so many members of the armed forces were returning to the UK with sexually transmitted infection, they were given penicillin and told not to drink - NOT because the two don't mix but simply to make sure they did go out drinking and pick up another partner and spread their infection futher. From such advice a whole generation has repeated the falacy ad lib

I have to repeat this explanation regularly or else many people would take a few antibiotics and then stop taking them so they can go out drinking instead of completing a full course. :lecture:


The only antibiotic that causes problems with alcohol is called Metronidazole , not used routinely and makes people vomit like mad with alcohol :scared: :scared:

Again sorry this is so late

Peter

I have to say that I partially agree with you!!

Last summer I got a nasty infection on my leg for which I was given a course of antibiotics... I was supposed to be having a 4th July bender the following weekend and asked the doctor what the situation was...

I said that their was no problems with drinking on the antibiotics at all!!!!

Having said that though, I have been out on the piss with friends on antibiotics who didn't half seem to get very drunk and very sick very fast!!!

Perhaps it depends on what kind of antibiotics you have been given!?!?!? Just a suggestion!
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Originally posted by jeannie
Are you in the medical field ?


Yep Jeannie, for my sins I am a GP



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