|Find them in the fresh veggie department in a little bag|
|Raw, in a salad. Very tasty.|
|Here they are cooked, also really good. Served with an omelet (dijon and fresh pesto for dipping!) and rice.|
|Here David makes an honest mistake in Trader Joe's, confusing PEA for PEE... I mean, who hasn't done that?|
|David in London - NOT a mushy pea fan...|
|Fish, chips, and MUSHY PEAS in London|
We do not often have a side dish of just peas (snow peas are the exception). When I was a student at good old Pawnee Elementary School in Omaha, Nebraska I had a “pea incident”. A mean lunch lady forced me to eat some of the disgusting, mushy, wrong-shade-of-green peas on my plate. Being a rule following little girl, I did as I was told. Then I promptly JUMPED UP and rushed out of the cafeteria (which was also the gym…) to head for the toilets to throw up. I didn’t make it. Sorry Mr. Janitor, he had to haul out the infamous bucket of saw dust to cover my green pile of vomit.