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Saturday, 07 May 2011



mmm it is that time of the year! I love peas too and especially like buying them already shelled. That's a great price at costco. Your lunch outside looks pretty awesome


Yummy! I just picked up a lb of Eng. peas from the Farmer's Market today. We weren't sure what I was going to make with it but I think I'll have to make some pea soup. Thanks Cathy!

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Mmm Good! Brings back memories from my childhood. Grew up in the North East cold, long winters. So we ate a lot of soups and pea soup was a favorite. Love the recipe.



Spring and gray and maybe light rain but not blasting heat, my favorite time of year, foodhoe. Easy fresh peas make all the loose ends tied. Then there will be more from the garden later.
It's an easy recipe, Carol. I do just enjoy eating raw peas though...
Hi Aline. This recipe is more for Spring- no ham, no leftovers, just happy, fresh and new. Welcome to our blog.

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