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Pease pudding hot
Pease pudding cold
Pease pudding in the pot
Nine days old!
Not too sure how old this rhyme is... from my childhood anyway.
By that time we had dispensed with the cloth, and used the peas to make a very thick soup (you can stand the spoon up in it). It also had ham (good to use up after Christmas left-overs) carrot celery and potato chunks.
But as Mt Townsend says, by themselves the split peas or dried whole peas are very bland, but a good filler. A bit like polenta.

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Pease pudding hot
Pease pudding cold
Pease pudding in the pot
Nine days old!
Not too sure how old this rhyme is... from my childhood anyway.
By that time we had dispensed with the cloth, and used the peas to make a very thick soup (you can stand the spoon up in it). It also had ham (good to use up after Christmas left-overs) carrot celery and potato chunks.
But as Mt Townsend says, by themselves the split peas or dried whole peas are very bland, but a good filler. A bit like polenta.

One of my favourite foods, peas & ham.
Keith.

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