Sunday, April 17, 2011
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In some towns in the north of England and parts of Scotland there is an old tradition among Catholics and possibly Anglicans, of referring to Passion Sunday as Carling Sunday...A ship carrying food to help relieve the famine ran aground off the coast and broke up. A few days later its cargo of peas washed ashore and crowds flocked to the beach to recover them To commemorate the event people began the annual custom of serving peas soaked in salt water....read more here...
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