In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- At corporate luncheons, is it possible for him to be served poutine and French Canadian pea soup?
- The traditional, meatless Shrove Tuesday meal (the day before Lent) centers on pea soup and rye bread or pancakes.
- There's a lovely wooded walk along by the lake and this works up an appetite for hearty pea soup with bits of sausage.
- You can chose from Cornish crab cakes, fresh pea soup, Colchester oysters or a club sandwich for lunch.
- Split pea soup and ham from a packet has never tasted so good.
- The menu that day was pea soup, meatloaf, salad, and pudding-cake for dessert.
- ‘Yes sir,’ the ensign gave a curt but sloppy salute before stumbling down the hall, dripping pea soup on the carpet.
- A special assembly just before lunch recognizes outstanding costumes, then after a bowl of pea soup, the students begin outdoor activities.
- The man responded by saying that all he needed was a bed and some pea soup.
- We began with the Dutch green pea soup for Madame and the scallops on creamed spinach and grilled cheese sauce for Miss Terry.
- And so, after a full day of cross-country flying, I came home to make myself a bowl of pea soup.
- It was colorful, noisy, smelly, and thick as pea soup.
- Every Thursday, for example, there was thick pea soup with ham and mustard with fresh, crunchy rye crispbreads followed by pancakes and berries.
- Dried peas are probably the most familiar, especially to anyone who's enjoyed French-Canadian pea soup.
- Jonathan had the torte, with minted pea soup as a starter.
- Lunch for the bluejackets was a basic affair, salt pork and pea soup.
- With pea soup and summer pudding currently on offer, it boasts some of the most quintessential summer ingredients.
- Dinner was split pea soup garnished with the rest of the bacon from the ice chest and instant coffee.
- The popular yellow pea soup (shared with Denmark) is another example.
- When I dived into a bowl of real comfort food during my winter break - a vat of thick pea soup - lurking under the surface were pieces of sausage the size of small tree trunks.
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