This is a classic English recipe.
A sophisticated but really easy vegetable side dish. If you end up liking it, you’ll have it easily committed to memory in no time flat.
Nice with some sour cream with fresh dill weed in it, or with side dollops of Greek yoghurt.
A colourful, tasty frittata.
This is a very colourful, and tasty vegetable side dish, and very easy to prepare, with a flair of a traditional French to it with the braised lettuce. Cooking lettuce might seem a jarring idea, but the French do cook lettuce as well as eating it fresh.
This pea soup is quite different from most, because it uses fresh peas and is meant to be served chilled.
A Pea Sheller is a machine that automates getting peas out of their pods. It can save the hours of manual work required to reduce several bushels of peas in the pod down to two small bowls. The machines are not just for English garden peas. They can be used for field peas, lima beans,…
A very tasty way to present peas.
Pea Shoots are the first few leaves and tendrils produced when a pea plant starts to grow. They can be from any pea plant, though they are most often snow pea shoots. Each shoot will be 3 to 4 inches (7 1/2 to 10 cm) high. They are sold in bunches, with the thin tendrils…
Rich-tasting potato fritters.
Smoky bacon is really, really nice with this. You can also use ham.
This recipe takes your runner beans on a trip to the sunny south.
A delicious combination that makes cauliflower look and taste interesting.
Goes well with ham. In America, this is more likely to be referred to as pease porridge.
A hearty chowder.