Black and Tan Brownies
Historically, the phrase “black and tan” referred to the much-reviled auxiliary force of English soldiers sent to Ireland
to suppress the Irish rebels after the 1916 Easter Rising. Eventually, a much-loved drink made with half Guinness Stout and
half Harp Lager assumed the name, and now this two-toned brownie (with the addition of Guinness) shares it.
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