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  • Penny Duclos

    Irish Dairy Cake. Described as a moist, dense pound cake. - A simple and rich Irish cake full of eggs, butter, and cream cheese is baked in a fluted tube pan.

  • Gina Leynov

    Irish Dairy Cake Recipe

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