Even though I consider myself an adventurous and open-minded eater, I constantly surprised at certain thoughts I’ve had about foods. Green peas, for example, have always registered in my mind as a side dish or entree ingredient, nothing else. It’s time to change that and expand my pea food horizons a bit. Peas can live far beyond the side dish or the entree….
This post is one of the first for my new collaboration with The Wellbeing Network! The Wellbeing Network is dedicated to making health and wellness accessible for everyone.
Roasting is one of the best ways to easily cook up any vegetable and up your veggie intake. It’s simple and a hands off method that can open up a world of flavoring possibilities with your food….
Nutrition DL is a series that gives you the download on seasonal fruits, vegetables, or pantry staples. Once you learn about the nutrition, varieties, and how to select and store the featured ingredient, I share four recipes over four weeks to inspire and feed you with this great seasonal food. Check out other foods I’ve covered here.
Certain foods just mark the arrival of seasons. When peas and peaches start to appear in the farmer’s market, I know summer is not too far away. Late spring and early summer marks the return of not one, but three varieties of peas (snap, snow and green/English peas). For this Nutrition DL installment, I decided to focus on one variety of pea and explore it a little more than splitting my attention between the three….