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- dry, cone-shaped pastry Poke (fish salad), originating in Hawaii Poke (pudding), originating in the Cook Islands P**** and POKE, BASIC commands, often used...
- Poke or "Po'e" is a dessert from the Cook Islands and French Polynesia that is made out of over-ripe bananas, arrowroot starch or tapioca starch and coconut...
- a sweet, pudding-like confection made from bananas, papaya, or mangoes cooked with manioc and coconut cream. A similar dish is called Poke in the Cook...
- A poke bonnet (sometimes also referred to as a Neapolitan bonnet) is a women's bonnet, featuring a small crown and wide and rounded front brim. Typically...
- pisang Mangú Maruya Matoke ****ngo Nagasari Pisang goreng Plantain soup Poke Tacacho Tostones Turon Banana dishes Banana ketchup is a po****r Philippine...
- potato pie Banana pudding Bread pudding Chocolate pudding Corn pudding Grits pudding Indian pudding Lemon pudding Sweet potato pudding Trifle Creme puffs...
- French poke, pouque, modern poche, cf. pouch. The form "poke" is now only used in dialect, or in such proverbial sayings as "a pig in a poke". Historically...
- p26. Speculates name is from the city in New Zealand. "Traditional Black Pudding". English Breakfast Society. 4 January 2014. Retrieved 2 February 2016...
- ****anese name "Purin", derives from the ****anese loanword for custard or pudding. Nintendo decided to give the various Pokémon species "clever and descriptive...
- derived term is, sósié) Chouk // From Fulani – Chuk // v. to pierce, to poke / n. a poke (The French derived term is, piké) Chouc-chouc // From Fulani – Chuk...
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