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I’D Think Twice Before Eating Those Black-Eyed Peas And Cabbage...

Discussion in 'Christian Debate Forum' started by Eccl.12:13, Dec 26, 2010.

  1. Butterfly

    Butterfly Guest

    I wondered if they were called something else over here in the UK, not sure X
    Also cornbread, not sure we have that either, but of course we may also know this by a different name x
     
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  2. CoreIssue

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    Butter beans are just as bad.
     
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  3. Helen

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    Rita..they are into more dried beans over here than we were over there.
    Do you do split peas over there...and the yellow split peas we'd call 'peace pudding'..my mum did it in a muslin bag.
    Not sure that is the right spelling for 'peace pudding'!! Hahah!

    Black eyed peas are what we would call a dried bean over there.
    I know they eat it more down south here. Those and red kidney beans. I'm not a 'bean person' myself. x
     
  4. Enoch111

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    Could be pease pudding. Or pease porridge hot, pease porridge cold etc... And you should know the rest of that nursery rhyme.;) Here's the music:
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  5. Stranger

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    Well, you're in for a treat. Cook you up a pot of Pinto beans if you don't like black eyed peas. Throw a ham hock in there with them. If you don't have a ham hock just cut up several slices of bacon. If you have corn meal you can make corn bread. You can find a recipe for it I'm sure.

    The beans and corn bread are a meal themselves.

    Stranger
     
  6. Helen

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    Well done! You found it.
    My mum used to sing that to us as kids.
    I was not much of a fan of pease pudding...because she always served it with salt boiled beef which I never liked at all. :(

    BUT, we had a faithful dog which sat under the table at meal times...IF dad wasn't there...and we;'d feed her what we didn't like....without mum seeing us. :)
     
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  7. Butterfly

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    Sounds interesting Stranger - I will let you know if I ever try it xx
     
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  8. Butterfly

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    Pease pudding, I love that - still have it from time to time as well. Never have it with beef though, I think my mum use to make it with bacon pudding - I sometimes have it as a veg with roast !!
    It's lovely with mashed potato and gravy
     
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  9. Butterfly

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    Responded to another post before I saw this one. Pease pudding comes in tins now, so I always buy it that way. I like ' beans ' but prefer them already cooked and ready to eat !
     
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  10. Helen

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    I guess we are all different!! :D

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  11. farouk

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    I always think of Pease Pottage near Gatwick... o_O
     
  12. Butterfly

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    Lol yes, always past that on the way home if we go to London or gatwick x
     
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    IMHO-I would take a gander that most of these folks today have no idea what the "origin" any of the food they eat on certain Holidays even is. All they pretty much know is that is what they are accustomed to as per their heritage. "Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or in drink, or in respect of an holyday, or of the new moon, or of the sabbath days..." Colossians 2:16

     
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