Legend has it that the Black Irish came from Spain. Here is a traditional Irish dessert sometimes called Flan Eireann. 3/4 cup fleur pastry 1/2 oz corn flour 3 egg yolks 3/4 pint cold milk 1 1/2 Tbs sugar 1/2 cup ground almonds 1/2 tsp vanilla extract 1/6 cup chopped almonds 4-6 glazed cherries (Candied Cherries) Step 1: Roll out pastry and line a 8-inch cake tin. Cover the pastry with parchment paper and weigh down paper with rice. Bake in Oven for 25 minutes at 400 degrees. Remove paper and rice when pastry is almost baked; put pastry back in oven to finish cooking paper covered areas, approximately 5 minutes. Let cool and then remove pastry shell from cake tin. Step 2: Blend corn flour and egg yolks, Next add a little of the cold milk. Step 3: In a sauce pan bring remaining milk to a boil. Pour heated milk into mix, stir constantly. Step 4: Rinse out sauce pan with cold water and pour mixture into sauce pan and bring back to a gentle boil. Step 5: Add sugar, ground almonds, and vanilla extract to mixture and stir until throughly blended. Pour mixture into pastry shell and set off to cool. Decorate flan top with chopped almonds and glazed cherries.

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