Par aurel works. Par cuisines. In a surprising twist, Tuscan kale is served raw—and makes for a substantial and satisfying winter salad. Be sure to choose bunches of Tuscan kale with small leaves, which are more tender.
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Lulu was making faint giggling noises, obviously enjoying our silly eating game—especially when she was trying to eat the pods too. When comes the season, I am fretting with excitement. Peas are loaded with summery memories. Our vegetable garden. Les grandes vacances. And oh the joy of finding so many fruit and vegetables and pleasing colors! Feeling the buzz of summer—-the very things that make me rejoice in the season. So that after we were back home, I could prepare foods that speak S.
In capital letters. I started with dessert and made a simple strawberry salad that revealed the best aromas of the fruit. I continued with a lemon and mint flavored pea spread —which I decided would be lunch— eaten on slices of toasted brioche mine was gluten free with a watercress and radish salad. They worked like magic. They lifted my spirit. And so after eating our tartines , salad and strawberries , and Lulu had had her nap, we left for an afternoon walk , maman avec sa fille , ….
Most of the time, I prefer to cook peas lightly—although a slow simmering veal tajine with peas is quite something…. I blanched the peas in salted boiling water for two minutes and rinsed them under cold water. When they are prepared in this manner, peas keep a beautiful bright green color that cheers your plate. I added goat cheese , lemon juice , tahini nut butter , a chopped scallion , mint and finished with a drizzle of hazelnut oil.
Make your own variant like me today when I ate more of it with slices of coppa and fresh tomatoes. I have never seen such beautiful peas! What an incredible picture of those green little gems close up!
And I love the idea of this spread — a bit sunnty, a but creamy…. The lemony pea spread looks refreshing and delightful.
You photos are just too wonderful. I can almost taste the peas, strawberries, raspberries and blackberries. And this gluten free girl cannot wait to try your gluten free brioche. This looks amazing! I will be making the pea dis tomorrow. And you are so right about summer. Et toujours des photos superbes. The photoes are so amazing.
They look so beautiful and well presented. I love the spread recipe. It sounds fantastic. Have a nice day! I wish summer arrived here in Italy too!!! Because of the rainy weather, which accompanied us during the whole spring and which is still annoying us, strawberries and fresh peas where almost not affordable and I could enjoy them hardly ever… I keep your pea spread recipe for a sunnier future! Have you made yours with a gluten free bread flour, or done a mixture of yours?
Merci et tres bonne continuation! Sarah, this time, I went to Wilson farms…. Gluten-free brioche? Do share! And as for these peas, I am a tad jealous! This looks gorgeous. What a lovely post full of summer vibes!
I love fresh peas and it brings so many memories when I picked fresh peas in a nearby field with my brother during summer that we spent at our grandparents house. The pea spread looks divine. Will try your crushed pea spread this Saturday afternoon when my husband takes me sailing. Thank you for your summer inspiration; the season of all season when it comes to memory-making. Enjoy yours, Bea. Lili, I currently use the Canon 1 D Mark 4, with macro lens and wide angle, depending on shots I make.
The first one is Magical!! I love it. Also, the hands! I love this idea and the photography is beautiful. Also, you echo my sentiments about summer exactly.
Your blog is so beautiful. Thank you! Your blog is always a lovely place to rest my eyes, to rest my mind during a difficult time. Thanks for sharing the beauty of your world. Your photos are beautiful, needless to say, but these are way more beautiful than ever!
Your photos are so beautiful, how could anyone not like to eat their vegetables when they look like you make them look? I love eating peas straight off of the vine and am kicking myself for not planting more in the garden this spring. Merci de nous les faire partager. Love the bright freshness here, just yelling of early summer. I adore fresh peas this time of year, and you have hit the nail on the head with this pea spread. Bea, how do you make a strawberry salad?
Mais je suis une FAN! Pouvez-vous me dire avec quel objectif vous prenez vos photos? On a teste les tartines aux petits pois hier soir! Pingback: Sweet Pea Pesto. Your email address will not be published. Here are two easy ways to get blog updates from La Tartine Gourmande in case you don't come back every day. Feed You can subscribe via an RSS feed. Email Enter your email address below to get email updates whenever I post something new:. Peas sing on my plate like nightingales early in the morning.
And it needs to last. As to the pea recipe… Most of the time, I prefer to cook peas lightly—although a slow simmering veal tajine with peas is quite something… I blanched the peas in salted boiling water for two minutes and rinsed them under cold water.
The sweetness of fresh peas is simply exquisite. Toasted tartines with brioche and crushed pea spread. Delicious and absolutely beautiful! Your post makes me dream of summer!
Beautiful photos! I agree with you on eating the peas raw — it is like natures candy! Thank you everyone! I am glad that I am giving good vibes of summer to those of you down under! Oh, everything looks beautiful! Wonderful scenes of early summer, in images and taste! Merci, Merisi. Thank you everyone. Marcy, I have to yet publish the recipe—and make it again to take pictures! Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
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