Blog Posts - Peas

Country Sausage Black-Eyed Pea Chili

Country Sausage Black-Eyed Pea Chili I’ve been saving this hearty, easy, 30-minute meal for cold weather. It’s finally here, and my body wants to warm up. You might be thinking what is black-eyed pea chili, but trust me, it’s so go...
by Spinach Tiger on Dec 2, 2016

Soup for a Cool Autumn Day—Yellow Split Pea with Autumn Squash & Greens

A couple of posts back I wrote about the special foods that can be made during this curious bend in the year when late summer and early autumn produce occupy the same stalls at the farmers' market.  Before that moment is over, I wanted to squeez...
by A Cooking Life on Sep 27, 2016

Lamb Keema Tacos

Enjoy the versatility of Indian inspired lamb keema with these fusion Indian Mexican crispy tacos. Continue reading Lamb Keema Tacos at Fuss Free Flavours.
by Fuss Free Flavours on Sep 5, 2016

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by Yak Lhao on Sep 3, 2016

The One Where You Deliberately Burn The Food. Eggplant and Peas Char.

   This year has been a record year for eggplant at out house. This Spring we put in 4 different varieties and all of them have been putting on quite the show since Summer kicked into gear. Japanese Eggplant, Classic Globes, Thai, and India...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Aug 23, 2016

Apple, Blueberry, Bean, Cucumber Salad with Feta Cheese 苹果蓝莓黄瓜杂豆沙拉

This summer, I made more salads than any other last summer(s). Not because it was unusually hot (it is always hot in summer); but because I was unusually "lazy" - looking for ways to make quick and easy meals out of salads.  The type of salad wh...
by teczcape - an escape to food on Aug 16, 2016

Creamy Ham and Pea Pasta Salad

Salty and savory ham mixed with the pop of sweet baby peas is a delicious combination especially when mixed with pasta in a creamy garlic dressing! Bring this side dish to your next summer BBQ or just eat it on it’s own as a quick and easy meal...
by First Home Love Life on Jun 28, 2016

A New Farmers' Market...and an Early Summer Vegetable Ragoût of New Fingerling Potatoes, Baby Carrots and the Last of the Shelling Peas

I recently decided that it was time to try a new farmers' market.  Since I tend to be a creature of habit...and I have made a habit of my old market (shopping there every Saturday during the growing season for more than fifteen years)...switchin...
by A Cooking Life on Jun 20, 2016

Garden Pea Fritters

Oh, my goodness! Do I ever have the best recipe for you today! I’m sharing my recipe for garden pea fritters that I’ve been working on for the past week! They are so good that Leo willingly ate these fritters several nights without c...
by Cottage at the Crossroads on May 29, 2016

Best Dance Hits of the 2000s

Attention!!!The best years of those born in the 80s were during the 2000s when they would be in the latter ages of their teens. The 2000s may also prove to be the last vestiges of Alternative Rock and Hard Rock as the 2010s have massacred the genres...
by Major Maestro on May 25, 2016

Parmesan Pudding (Sformato)

I'm not sure if I first bumped into Parmesan Pudding in Joyce Goldstein's wonderful little book Solo Suppersor in Suzanne Goin's Sunday Suppers at Lucques.  It could have been either one...both books are favorites.  I turn to Goin's book fo...
by A Cooking Life on May 22, 2016

Revisiting an old Share the Original: Orecchiette with Asparagus, Peas & Pancetta

Recently I have begun to share "on this day" posts on my Facebook page.  I have found that I really enjoy going back to revisit old posts.  Sometimes I have forgotten that I posted something...or I am reminded of how much I love a particula...
by A Cooking Life on May 14, 2016

Keep going

Sometimes, in the absence of joy that comes from being in love, or otherwise feeling down for whatever reason, you just have to keep going. Yes, there’s something to be said for simple endurance and survival, for just putting one foot in front of...
by Finding Hope Ness on May 12, 2016

Keep going

Sometimes, in the absence of joy that comes from being in love, or otherwise feeling down for whatever reason, you just have to keep going. Yes, there’s something to be said for simple endurance and survival, for just putting one foot in front of...
by Finding Hope Ness on May 12, 2016

Recipe: Spelt Spaghetti with Avocado Pesto

In collaboration with TREAT App There’s nothing more comforting than a big bowl of pasta, but traditional wheat products are usually highly processed and refined, leaving few useful nutrients.  Wheat is difficult to digest and can encourage infl...
by The Veg Space on May 2, 2016

Yellow split pea stew – Sárgaborsó főzelék

Hungarian főzelék (vegetable stews) can be made not just from fresh vegetables, but from dried legumes, too. Split peas (sárgaborsó, felesborsó in Hungarian) are available any time of the year and perfect choice for a thick, delicious stew. As t...
by Zserbo - Recipes from Hungary on Apr 14, 2016

Quiche di Patate, Cipolla e Piselli (Potato and Onion Quiche)

Ingredienti:2 patata tagliate a rondelle225 gr piselli precotti1 cipolla125 ml panna1 uovopasta sfogliapasta briseTagliare le patate a rondelle fini e bollentarle in acqua salata per 10 minuti, scolare e salare.Affettare finemente la cipolla e passar...
by cookingmanu on Apr 10, 2016

Recipe: Creamy Hummus Dip

Hummus is a food dip made with cooked chickpeas or other beans blended with seasoning. It's perfect for dipping raw veggies and makes healthy snacks. If you ever wanted to make your own at home rather than store-bought, check out the simple and easy...

Crustless quiche with pea, mint and feta

Here’s an easy way to get your quiche fix without too much stodgy pastry. This crustless quiche recipe post is one of a series commissioned by British Lion Eggs. Let’s face it, everyone’s favourite part of a quiche is the cheesy egg...
by Maison Cupcake on Mar 31, 2016

Stir Fry Beef and Mushroom with Asian Sauce

Ingredients: 500 grams beef sirloin, slice thinly into serving pieces 1 cup sliced mushroom 15 pieces snow peas 1 onion, chopped salt to taste 3/4 tablespoon cornstarch, dissolved in 4 tablespoons water Asian Sauce: 1/4 cup soy sauce 1 thumb-sized gi...
by Filipino Style Recipe on Mar 21, 2016

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