Friday, 1 July 2016

Food on Friday: Peas & Beans and New Blog of the Month


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We're going green for Food on Friday today – Peas and Beans (green beans, that is).

First, here are what Stephanie Alexander says go well with peas and beans:

Peas

Asparagus
Bacon
Butter
Carrots
Celery
Crabs
Cream
Eggs
Ginger
Green peppercorns
Ham
Leeks
Lettuce
Mint
Onions
Parsley
Poultry
Prawns
Rice
Sage


And Beans

Almonds
Bacon
Beetroots
Butter
Cashews
Celery
Chillies
Chinese roast pork
Chives
Chorizo sausages
Cream
Fermented black beans
Feta cheese
Garlic
Ham
Mint
Mushrooms
Olive oil
Olives
Onions
Parmesan cheese
Parsley
Peanuts
Pine nuts
Potatoes
Prawns
Salt
Spring onions (green onions)
Sweet peppers (capsicum)
Turmeric
Walnuts



Now, on to the link up.  Just put your name and the name of the dish into the first Mr Linky  box and paste the url for your post into the second one.

Do pop by some of the other links to check them out.   I'll be pinning the links to this Pinboard to make it easy to see them at a glance.

If you want to know what themes are coming up for Food on Friday there is a schedule for the next few months in one of my top tabs.

And now to my new Blog of the Month – congratulations to Jamie of Our Eating Habits.  Jamie has been a long time supporter of Food on Friday (and has been blogging for almost exactly as long as me) – so you will have seen some of her great recipes.  Recent favourites of mine include – Grasshopper Cheesecake Brownies, Lemon Butter New Potatoes  and Sweet & Sour Ground Pork Stir Fry


12 comments:

  1. Hi, Carole and all,

    The Qassatat ( # 8 ) can be made with cooked or canned peas. There is a recipe for the dough included, but you can use frozen puff pastry instead.
    The post also has a link for the recipe for small ricotta pies.

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  2. Thanks for hosting. Hope you have a great weekend!

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  3. We love green beans! Green Beans Amandine are fabulous for a special meal.

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  4. I am a huge fan of the legume. What a great party. Thanks for hosting. Cheers!

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  5. I'm pushing the friendship my using broad beans. They are hard to get fresh here but the frozen ones work just as well. I have popped over to Jamie's Blog - those Brownies!

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  6. Thanks for hosting this each week.I am joining with the party after some time.Glad to join again and hope to read some linked posts.
    Have a Great Day!

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  7. I love peas, such an unassuming vegetable, but so great in so many dishes especially soup :)

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  8. I have just linked up 2 posts. Have a nice weekend!

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  9. Cheers Carole! Have a great weekend!

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  10. I've added a couple of recipes. I've not been around as much as I have in the past, but I'll add more for the past couple of weeks. Thanks for doing this Carole.

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  11. This makes me think I need to do more pea and green bean recipes! At least I have a great source for inspiration!

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  12. Carole,
    I have learned to embrace the green beans in the farm share. Peas have always been easy to love, but the green beans took some work.
    Thanks for hosting!

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Your comments are most welcome. Cheers