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    chickpeas served on a cracker

    Cheese, tuna salad, foie gras or smashed chickpeas served on a cracker will make a great appetizer.


    Hi,
    The above is from a test paper here for senior school kids. I'm not sure of the meaning of "served on a cracker" here. Does it mean "Cheese ... and so on which are served on a cracker ..." or "Cheese ... and so on which are cooked with a cracker?" Thanks,

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    Re: chickpeas served on a cracker

    It says "served on a cracker". Why would you assume that it means cooked with a cracker?

    Here's some crackers (and the odd chickpea):
    https://www.google.com.au/search?q=c...w=1920&bih=911

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    Re: chickpeas served on a cracker

    No cooking is involved- just stick them on top of a cracker.

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