Chilebrown at home

Wednesday, May 9, 2012


It is several days away from harvest. I have been guilty of sneaking a taste of these immature peas. They  are so sweet they taste like green candy. For now I can only Visualize Whirled Peas.


Greg said...

All we are say is give peas a chance. ;) Nice job!

Zoomie said...

I say pick 'em now, while they are still sweet. If you wait much longer, they will become starchy and not as good. I'm envious, however, as I didn't plant peas. Will you trade some peas for some brownies?

Chilebrown said...

Greg, As "Laugh In" used to say Gotcha!

Zoomie, Absolutely Not. I am going to eat every last starchy terrible pea.

cookiecrumb said...

They probably wouldn't even make it into my kitchen. Starchy and terrible, and all. :)

Zoomie said...

I got some of my own at the farmer's market today, and they were delicious!

meathenge said...

Awww, awesome !!! I put in a tomato plant this last weekend. A mumf ago did 3 squash plants, they hugeerer now. xo, Biggles

Chilebrown said...

cookiecrumb, You and Zoomie are on the list for starch and terrible peas. No promises yet.

Zoomie, I know they were delicious. Fresh peas are a treat.

meathenge, You got them fancy raised beds. Kool. Stop on by tomorrwo because I quoted you on my review of Double D BBQ.

Toons said...

Dang, our pea plants have put out peas but they haven't grown very tall. Any ideas or is it "still early"? Well the berries and grapes are being very prolific this year should be a banner crop. And yes we will have plenty to share, Cheers.

Chilebrown said...

Toons, That is a tough question. There are so many variables: Soil, weather, water etc. This year we got lucky.

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