Articles with Tag matching “ peas”
How peas got a bad rap. (Also, a 5-ingredient recipe that's more peas than pasta -- to make up for lost time.)Read More »
A nostalgic white fish dinner that has all the makings of an elegant bistro meal.Read More »
Soup doesn't have to be fancy, or take all day -- just follow Tom's 6 Soup Rules.Read More »
This is the kind of meal that leaves you feeling particularly virtuous, that you'll want to brag about (subtly, of course) at the office tomorrow.Read More »
Happy first day of spring! The day we've been waiting for, through these long winter days, has finally arrived.Read More »
Put time into dinner now, and you can make it last forever -- or at least the whole week. Welcome to Halfway to Dinner, where we show you how to stretch your staples every which way.
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We're feeling a bit French today, and we thought you might be too. What'll be on our tables tonight? We're getting our vegetables in (and greens too, please) with Amy_N-B's perfectly Parisian, earthy French "Peasant" Beets. Eaten with a glass of Sancerre on the side, we could easily stop there, but tonight, we're skipping happily along to dessert. Because our night wouldn't be truly French without a little sliver of something sweet, now would it?
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Peas! Today we're talking about peas, which are so ubiquitous as a readily-available frozen food that it's almost hard to remember that they are fleetingly in season come early summer. There are three major varieties of peas, and we'll be talking about them separately: shelling peas (also called English peas or garden peas), snow peas, and snap peas.Read More »