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A dish combining two ingredients [Dec. 6th, 2010|04:25 pm]
Douglas Spencer

We were listening to the food programme on BBC R4 when a signature dish from the Caribbean was mentioned, which prompted a discussion between myself and Julia's brother (proxied by Julia).

Poll #1653854 A dish combining two ingredients

So now you must choose. Which of the following is correct?

Rice and peas
Peas and rice

[User Picture]From: evil_mogwai
2010-12-06 06:34 pm (UTC)
seconded. Therefore usually it would be Rice & Peas.
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