Looks good! Peapods is that snap or snow peas? We get them too. Do you pull those strings off?
Terry had the day off so I shopped for prosciutto wrapped chicken breast stuffed with ham & Swiss cheese.
I had the easy part & she has it all prepped & ready to go.
We're having brown rice & green beans with it. I'll try to get a pic before it gets scarfed down.
Bubba: DIY the chicken breasts. Only takes a few minutes.
Stick of swiss wrapped in ham and into a pocket in the CB.
Coating? I confess that I use a fish batter dry mix, made up and sold by a local cafe'.
Local organic bratwurst. Canadian French's mustard sauce (mustard and frozen OJ).
Local organic carrots, steamed (red, yellow, purple & orange).
Local potato, twice baked with a smoked sea salt/olive oil glaze.
I keep forgetting to ask for the name of the brown baker spud variety
that they grow here but about the best ever that I eat.
Soil and climate really matters, too.
Partly 1/2" slice raw potatoes. Stuff the cracks with bacon pieces. Bake until tender.
I chopped a big handful of pea pods for a baked Rotini Shrimp Alfredo last night.
Cut & discarded the tips of the pea pods but maybe a 1/2" chop for the rest.
Seems to ge rid of the strings issue.
You call them P pods too? If you grab that tip & pull it to the other end you get the whole thing.
I don't want those wound up in my pipes!
Sure I could prep the chicken myself but they wouldn't turn out as good as Terry's!
"One of the best and easiest ways to enjoy these types of peas is to simply remove the tough string around the pod and eat them raw. You can also dip them in hummus or yogurt vegetable dip:.
Edited by - bubbalouie on 11/20/2019 18:12:16
I might find some elk in the big freezer. Must take a look today.
I don't recall stashing anything exotic in the kitchen fridge freezer.
So whatever is in there, there's a lot of it.
Last year's frozen orange juice cans in the door.
I can see that several part packages of tortolini have come to the surface.
Need a mucky cheese sauce for those.
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