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| <div style="font-size:110%;">A term like “car bomb” might have an unsavory connotations given its association with terrorism and booze. However, The Brown Eyed Baker has reclaimed the term in a manner that is both savory and sweet. Her Irish Car Bomb Cupcakes recipe is the bomb!</div>
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