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From: "Kate Haushalter" <>
Subject: Re: [YKS] Life in the 1500s (pease porridge, pottage, pudding)
Date: Wed, 2 Jul 2003 12:27:58 -0400
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Your search was probably for pease pottage.
If you looked for pease porridge you'd get many pages of the rhyme
which remains exceedingly popular. And it is probably one of the few
nursery rhymes without alternate political meanings (or not?)
( now enjoying a review of nursery rhymes and their origins)
> Another search of the internet shows that people use both pease pudding
> pease porridge in the famous rhyme. I didn't find a single instance of
> rhyme with pease pottage but, of course, that doesn't prove a thing.
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