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canadian pea suop

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with todays theme & all i thought of plesant things.heating some soup over a new sparkling can of sterno for instance,that always inspires fond memories of days gone by.while pontificating over the past soup festivals i thought of something that often bothered me.pea soup.canadian style pea soup.whats up with that?my wife makes pea soup & its the best ever cept for 1 thing.the resident canadian should be able to shed some lite on this i hope & on this day of love im appealing to his knowledge of all things canadian to help me with this delema.

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I only ever ate pea soup once in my life. I can't stand those squeaky little green bastards. However, the soup I did eat once had big chunks of ham in it that made it tolerable to a pea hater such as myself. Does canadien pea soup have candien bacon in place of big chunks of American pig?? :huh:

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its hard to cross check info being as canada has just recently acclimated the internet over there. but they are working feverishly 'round the clock . . .

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cross check, nice hockey reference. :th:

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im still waiting for speed to chime in & tell the story.if you dont like pea soup,you will prolly like the canadian version.it aint green,its smoother,ham yes,smoked bacon yes,gritty,pasty-no.

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it shouldnt even be called pea soup as the name makes people think of the green,pasty puke from the excorsist,even though i like the green style.the yellow is by far better.how can you go wrong with smoked bacon?

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It's made with yellow peas and chunks of pork. After cooking, the pork is taken out and chopped into tiny pieces and put back in. Green pea soup is horrible!

 

only a true canadian would know such things.

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