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    1. Wisconsin Pea Canners - The Devil's Tale

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    2. Front and Center - Winter 1998, Vol 4, No 2

      preservation in th e Hartman Center . NEWS&NOTES Visitors Ron de Pea r and 52 JWT staff members from 23

    3. Hoppin' John (1847) - Rubenstein Library Test Kitchen - The Devil's Tale

      on the black-eyed pea, known variously as the cow pea, crowder pea and southern pea. Native to West Africa

    4. Soup or Salad? Sealtest Suggests Soup. - The Devil's Tale

      dish: Pea Soup Supreme with Cheese Croutons Roast Stuffed Shoulder of Pork Mashed Turnips Buttered

    5. The Devil's Tale - Page 41 of 126 - Dispatches from the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript

      center their accounts on the black-eyed pea, known variously as the cow pea, crowder pea and southern pea

    6. Watch your back... - Ford Library

      on the trail, then she kicks pea gravel in your face and laughs.  Don’t mess with her, you’ll pull back a nub

    7. The Devil's Tale - Page 96 of 126 - Dispatches from the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript

      -heavy Thanksgiving menu had pork as a main dish: Pea Soup Supreme with Cheese Croutons Roast Stuffed

    8. The Goodson Blogson: Rocky Mountain, Not So High!

      examples which are ridiculous enough to elude these renegade results (for the record, princess & pea works

    9. Happy 4th of July! - The Devil's Tale

      contributed by Joshua Larkin Rowley, Research Services Dept. Related posts: Wisconsin Pea Canners

    10. Self-Referential - The Devil's Tale

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