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Volume II
August 31, 2004

More on Peas that Please

  • I am very picky about peas. In fact as an adult I 'thought' I didn't like them. Then one day I remembered going out into the vegetable garden with my father and eating straight off the vine and pod. They were great! I realized then that what I didn't like was the mush that peas become when canned or overcooked.

    My kids' top treat is frozen peas. They would eat those over most other choices for a snack. And whenever I use peas I avoid canned peas. I usually use frozen for convenience sake and toss them in at the very last so they just heat up and not cook. It is a guarantee that they will all be gone and maybe some arguing about who gets the last bit! One of our favorite recipes is a tuna cream sauce with lots of peas served over toast. Yummy! I'm thinking dinner tonight!


  • I just found your site and don't know if you've had this suggestion before, so here goes . . .
    Pea Salad
    Place 1 package of frozen peas in a colander in the sink and let thaw . . . this process can be hurried by running cool water over them. When thawed, shake off as much water as possible and put them into a bowl. Stir in shredded Medium Cheddar cheese and Bacon Bits to taste and you're ready to eat! Best when served cold.

    As a mother of 10, I've spent my time in the kitchen and didn't like much of it. Avoiding the kitchen completely is now high on my priority list and this salad is a wonderful and tasty change to "boiled peas".


    Jaqui Betts,
    Snohomish WA

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