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*  Rhizobacteria
A notable exception is the use of rhizobial inoculants for legumes such as peas. Inoculation with PGPRs ensures efficient ...
*  Black peas
... , also called parted peas or dapple peas, form a traditional Lancashire dish served often, with lashings of malt ... Carlin peas are a traditional staple of Carlin Sunday (the Sunday before Palm Sunday). Other names given are pigeon peas (not ... Unlike the Lancashire black peas, Carlin peas are fried with butter for a few minutes and are often boiled for an hour rather ... Black peas are commonly found at fairgrounds and mobile food counters. They are traditionally eaten from a cup with salt and ...
*  Marrowfat peas
Split peas, the skinned and halved dried pea Prince, Rose (23 April 2005). "Savvy shopper: peas". The Daily Telegraph. ... Marrowfat peas are green mature peas that have been allowed to dry out naturally in the field, rather than be harvested whilst ... The Garden Pea Retrieved 14 April 2012. GardenWeb: Where Can I find mushy peas? Retrieved 14 April 2012. Dictionary.com, " ... They are used to make mushy peas and also the snack food wasabi peas.[citation needed] Marrowfat is a traditional, starchy, ...
*  Frozen Peas
After reading his lines, describing the peas as "full of country goodness and green pea-ness," he becomes disgusted and walks ... Frozen Peas is the colloquial term for a blooper audio clip in which American filmmaker Orson Welles performs narration for a ... The recording begins with Welles reading the introduction to a script for a commercial for frozen peas. "We know a remote farm ... Brain's voice actor, Maurice LaMarche, well known for his Welles impression, is known to parody the "frozen peas" tape before ...
*  Stew peas
... is a Jamaican stew dish prepared using coconut milk, gungo peas (pigeon peas) or red peas (kidney beans), uncured ... Stew peas contains a considerable amount of protein. Stew peas is available in many areas of the Caribbean, is very popular in ... In Jamaica, stew peas is often prepared using flour dumplings known as "spinners" in Jamaica. Stew peas is commonly served atop ... "Lifestyle & Food: Tasty stew peas". Jamaica Star. February 6, 2017. Retrieved May 30, 2017. Jamaican Stew Peas and Rice Recipe ...
*  Peas Hill
St Edward's Passage Peas Hill, Cambridge City Council. Peas Hill, Cambridge Online. Ronald D. Gray, Derek Stubbings, Cambridge ... Peas Hill: Arts Theatre, Cambridge 2000. Peas Hill: Guildhall, Cambridge 2000. Coordinates: 52°12′17″N 0°07′08″E / 52.2048°N ... Peas Hill is a street in central Cambridge, England. It runs between Wheeler Street to the south and Market Hill to the north. ... It is likely that its name is a corruption of the Latin pisces (fish) as there is no evidence that peas were ever exclusively ...
*  Goober Peas
... eating goober peas. Peas, peas, peas, peas, Eating goober peas; I wish I was in Georgia, eating goober peas. -Stanza of a ... eating goober peas. Chorus Peas, peas, peas, peas Eating goober peas Goodness, how delicious, Eating goober peas. Verse 2 When ... m.). "Goober Peas" (sheet music). New Orleans : A.E. Blackmar (1866). Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics Sheet music, in the ... "Goober Peas" is a traditional folk song probably originating in the Southern United States. It was popular with Confederate ...
*  Whirled Peas
Reviews of the Whirled Peas portions of the tape were favorable: "Ted feels that since his band Whirled Peas performs primarily ... Whirled Peas is a surf music band formed in 1992, in Austin, Texas. They took their name from a bumper sticker reading " ... A Whirled Peas original, "Loungitude," rounds out the roster of their songs included on this tape. I get nightclub jitters just ... In 1994, the band went to Snooty Fox Studios in South Austin to record ten songs for what would become "War and Peas." War and ...
*  Peas Creek
... is a stream in Boone County, Iowa, in the United States. Peas Creek was named for John Pea, a pioneer who settled ... List of rivers of Iowa U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Peas Creek The History of Boone County, Iowa ...
*  Mushy peas
... "parched peas" - carlin peas (also known as maple peas, or black peas) soaked and then boiled slowly for a long time; these peas ... In Nottinghamshire, mushy peas served with chips is called a 'pea mix'. Mushy peas are also popular in Scotland served with ... Food portal Black peas Pea soup Pease pudding List of legume dishes Elaine Lemm. Traditional Mushy Peas Recipe. About.com. ... but with mushy peas instead of a thick pea soup) and are considered to be a part of traditional British cuisine. Mushy peas can ...
*  War & Peas
... is the second studio album of American surf band Whirled Peas, released in the summer of 1994. The album was ...
*  Peas Eddy Brook
... flows into the East Branch Delaware River by Peas Eddy, New York. "Peas eddy brook". usgs.gov. usgs. 1998. ...
*  Peas of Mind
... is an American food company headquartered in San Francisco, California that sells frozen foods made for kids. Peas ... and Peas of Pie (pizza). Peas of Mind products are currently offered at a number of regional chains throughout the U.S. and ... In 2009, Peas of Mind was named R&D Team of the Year by Food Processing Magazine. In 2010, Founder and CEO was named San ... Peas of Mind Nanna's Banana Puffets. These are too good for toddlers". Food Processing Magazine. 7 November 2008. Toops, Diane ...
*  Red Peas Soup
... is a soup eaten in Jamaica. It is made of kidney beans (known locally as red peas), seasonings such as scotch ... Red Peas Soup is usually eaten with yam and Jamaican dumplings. List of Jamaican dishes "Red Peas Soup". Jamaican-recipes.com. ...
*  Goober & the Peas
... the Peas (1992) A Christmas Eve Get-Together With Goober & the Peas (1992) Goober Peas DeVito, Lee (2014-07-03). "Goober & the ... His Pea nickname was "Doc". The video for "Hot Women (Cold Beer)", a single from the first full-length album, was produced and ... Goober & The Peas were a cowpunk band from Detroit, Michigan, known for blending odd humor to a darker side of country music, ... Their debut EP, The Complete Works of Goober & The Peas, was followed by an LP of the same name in 1992 and a follow-up LP, The ...
*  The Poddington Peas
Sweep-Pea:Street sweeper pea, wears cap and carries a broom and bin. Sweet Pea: Blonde sweet female pea. Tea-Pea: Female pea ... P.C. Pod: The policeman pea. Penela-Pea: Female pea who pushes her baby, Nap-Pea, around in a push chair. Pop-Pea: Old man pea ... Dump-Pea: Fat greedy dumpy pea; always eating. Garden Pea: Pea who likes gardening; has a straw hat and a spade. G-Pea: A GP or ... Jump-Pea: Pea with spring-like legs who uses them to jump high. Nap-Pea: Penela-Pea's baby, who sits in a push chair and wears ...
*  Pass the Peas
"Pass the Peas" is a 1972 funk instrumental by The J.B.'s. Released as a single on People Records, it charted #29 R&B and #95 ...
*  Rice and peas
... peas' are not garden peas, but beans, as beans are referred to as 'peas' in the Caribbean. Rice and peas is the mainstay of the ... Rice and peas or peas and rice is a traditional food in the African continent. It is a traditional dish from Ghana and it is ... In The Bahamas, it is phrased as Peas n' Rice, from which the Bahamian folk song Mamma don't want no Peas n' Rice and coconut ... The dish is made with rice and any available legume, such as kidney beans, pigeon peas (known as gungo peas), or cowpeas, the ...
*  Pie and peas
... served with mushy peas and gravy. The pies are normally bought rather than home-made. Pie and pea shops and stalls used to be a ... Pie and peas is a staple on the British football terraces and is popular amongst football fans. Pie floater Steak pie Pie and ... Pie and peas is a traditional meal in the north of England, consisting of an individual pie, typically made with pork, ...
*  Peas 'n' Rice
... is the fourth album by American jazz vibraphonist Freddie McCoy which was recorded in 1967 (with one track from a ... "Peas 'n' Rice" - 4:00 "Summer in the City" (John Sebastian, Mark Sebastian, Steve Boone) - 2:45 "Huh!" - 4:05 "1-2-3" (John ...
*  Peas at 5:30
"PEAS AT 5:30 (ERBSEN AUF HALB 6)". Retrieved 2014-06-13. Peas at 5:30 on IMDb. ... Peas at 5:30 (German: Erbsen auf halb 6), is a 2004 German comedy film directed by Lars Büchel. Jakob loses his eyesight in a ...
*  Pea
Black-eyed pea Black pea Chickpea Dixie lee pea Sweet pea "The Plant List: A Working List of All Plant Species". Retrieved 7 ... The average pea weighs between 0.1 and 0.36 grams. The immature peas (and in snow peas the tender pod as well) are used as a ... Pea Oelke, E. A., Oplinger E. S., et al. (1991). Dry Field Pea. University of Wisconsin.Dry Field Pea Sorting Pisum names USDA ... Pod peas (particularly sweet cultivars called mange tout and "sugar peas", or the flatter "snow peas," called hé lán dòu, 荷兰豆 ...
*  Christ Church, Peas Hill
... is a former Unitarian Church which was at the junction of Peas Hill Road and Raglan Street in ... In 1863 the foundation stone was laid for a new church, on the corner of Peas Hill Road and Raglan Street in St Ann's. The ...
*  Pea protein
... contains legumin, which has some similar properties to casein, and pea protein products are promoted as an ... It is extracted from the yellow pea, Pisum sativum, and has a typical legume amino acid profile. The genotype of the pea plants ... "Mushy Peas? Not Anymore. Peas Are a Superfood!". The Epoch Times. 27 January 2016. ... Pea protein is a food with a neutral taste that is used in dairy alternatives such as cheeses and yogurt. ...
*  Snap pea
Snap peas, like all other peas, are pod fruits. An edible-podded pea is similar to a garden, or English, pea, but the pod is ... can apply both to snap peas and snow peas. While snow peas had been grown in Europe in the 19th century, sugar snap peas were ... Snap peas (Pisum sativum var. macrocarpon), also known as sugar snap peas, are a cultivar group of edible-podded peas that ... Pods of the edible-podded pea, including snap peas, do not have a membrane and do not open when ripe. At maturity, the pods ...