Maestro Peas

For all the disappointment this summer has held for the gardeners of the Pacific Northwest, with our record-breaking cold temperatures, buckets of rain, and nights that are still less than 50 degrees as we near August, it has been a stellar summer for the cold season crops – brassicas, radishes, lettuces, peas. These are shelling peas directly from the pod. They are about as sweet as candy and they come in their own little wrapper. They never make it to the kitchen, so I don’t have a single recipe for them.

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One response to “Maestro Peas

  1. super cute peas!
    I have yet to cook any of my peas either, but I have blanched a bunch for the freezer. I figure I’ll eat them raw in the summer and cook em in the fall!

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