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Carling Fries

Vegetables
Endangered
Yorkshire, Durham, Northumberland

(or Carlin Fries, Carlin Fry)

Boiled peas mashed with breadcrumbs, onion and herbs. Formed into patties and fried. Carling Sunday is the fifth Sunday in Lent, on which it was customary to eat peas.

See: Carlin Peas





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