Monday, June 22, 2009

Pea Shoots Salad

Our pea shoots!
Here is our pea shoot colony. It is really just an ordinary garden pea variety that we planted. The leaves and tendrils are called pea shoots. They can be eaten raw in a salad or sauteed. There is a hint of pea flavor. Of all our crops, peas are doing the best because the temperature has been so low. Unfortunately we've let these plants grow waaaaayyyy too long. Pea shoot harvest should happen when they are only five or six inches tall.
Lettuce show you lettuce.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

it was so good to see you at the reunion, and i am loving reading about your brooklyn farm! i am helping my parents garden this year, and getting our CSA has been great too. love it!