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This was a fond memory of a field trip from school in my youth where Brockle is bound with mushy peas in big vats. Ballyvarna is around 10,000 ft up in the Kerry Mountains and provides the perfect environment for growing brockles. The Poitin is gravity fed from the stills higher up in the mountains and is ice cold. This was long before Coors! Never accept anything but Kerry brockle tart - anything else is a fake!

Comments for this scrapbook page:
happymouse says:
Wonerful Page,Great JoB!
Jun 26, 2009
Tmyers810 says:
Awesome page, wonderful job, Well done:)

Jul 11, 2008
Flowerpot says:
Lovely page
May 14, 2008
Homegardentrees says:
An absolutely awsome page.
Jan 11, 2008
newtoit says:
Dec 27, 2007
Snug says:
GREAT page... and funny too... LOL
10+10 from me.
Nov 28, 2007
DingDongDEll says:
I agree wow, nothing I can add to the above comments, very clever.
Your pages are always great.
Nov 22, 2007
Claudia says:
Nov 20, 2007
romana says:
Nov 20, 2007
barbaranne says:
What can I say! you have as usual, astounded us with your talent and of course your fabulous humour.10+10
Nov 20, 2007
PamelaROSE says:
LOL LOVE IT, Love your story too!!! Mr TALENT!!! I must go check this out not sure about what was it? MASHED UP PEAS? Got my Vote Dave....Your so talented!
Nov 20, 2007
MissLilly says:
Hey Grandpa David your page ROCKS I am in awe of your talent A Couple of leprechauns/Mushroom & a witch & your memory & pure talent wow what a page I could never imagine being able to create something this awesome myself in PSP & geez now i know your real age well it makes me even more respectful of your work considering your so ancient & vintage I think that leprechaun is you you got my votexoxo
Nov 20, 2007
bbb says:
Wonderful drawing. Fabulous story. Oh if only I could remember 1869,Dearie. Maybe some of the Brockle Tart would help, ya thank? 10+10
Nov 20, 2007
dondon says:
Serendipity boasting about her home made cooking again! and putting you at @150yrs is a bit much, wouldn't have said over 130 miself. Mind you once you caught the yardie (who realy was a lepricorn in disguise) you could ask for anything I suppose, I would have taken the gold but you opviously got his secret to a long life.
Nov 19, 2007
Scrappy Lou says:
There is no way I could out do all the other's comments, so I will just say "Great Joy" and go give you my vote. You are such a fun person, you remind me of one of my husbands cousins.
Nov 19, 2007
KimberlyRae says:
hummm...interesting and well put together page.
Nov 19, 2007
Sk8tingmom says:
Sort of reminds me of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Can't imagine anything made from mushy peas being a delicacy but I'll give it a try next time I'm in Ireland. Awesome job on the drawing and the leprechauns add a nice touch. 10+
Nov 19, 2007
y2bonnie says:
Let's see visiting in 1869, so that means you were born in??? Okay are you the missing Brocklebinder brother, G.D.Brocklebinder to the 6 Brocklebinder sisters? It was rumored that he fell into one of the Brockle vats and was lost forever never to be seen again.
Nov 19, 2007
Serendipity says:
I've heard of this factory and I know it's been operating a long time but I'm pretty amazed that you were visiting it in 1869!!!!!!!! Actually, no I'm not..I've always suspected that you were older than you're letting on! BTW, we Mayo people make an even more potent version of Brockle Tart, but I'm not telling you where THAT factory is..this delicacy is too dangerous for incomers! Good PSPing! 10+
Nov 19, 2007
shawtyp says:
great job on this page
Nov 19, 2007
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