Green Pea Casserole
Week 7 2.
Source: Carol's Little World
Yes, it's literal, Spring is on the way, but, before old man Winter fades off into the distance, I thought I would post a few things I'm actually going to miss about the ole' guy. Now, I know it's hard to believe that anybody can in fact miss anything about winter. Let's face it, this has not been the easiest of winters, in fact, I'd go as far as to claim it was one of the worst in recent memory, but that doesn't mean it's the end of the world. There are fresh things about winter, really there are. " business to remember (sometimes) the good stuff. So today I thought I would remind us a few good things about Winter. For starters, and this unqualifiedly is one of my favorites, there are fewer bugs in winter. Good luck trying to find a yellow jacket or a nasty wasp in the depths of a frozen January. As Mr Big way more eloquent that I once proclaimed, "I thought I was brave once, and I was, right up until the day I realized cockroaches have wings. No winged things chalks up as one of the things I attachment about the Winter months. Winter is a great time for staying indoors next to a warm stove, a hot oven, heck even a mildly oiled frying pan. Lots a mac and cheese and baked dishes. Let's clock it, who does not love a good baked dish. If the end of the world ever were to come to pass, you know, you just know deep in your heart of hearts, that the neighbors and nearest m will show up with a casserole of some kind. Here have some lasagna, you'll survive. Baked dished chalk up as something else I love about winter. Sure we hate putting them on, taking them off, and repeating this circle, but all of the coats, hats, warm woolen mittens, scarves, and the like can make for wonderful images. There is nothing like taking a picture of VIP in a classic pea coat. I've always had a thing about following people in red coats as well. You want a great shot. Go find somebody in a red coat. Trench coats, red coats, pea coats, oaf coats, brightly colored mittens, hats and all the trimmings make for most excellent images. Good luck doing that in the summer months. Let me be the opening to break the bad news, finding somebody in a red tank top. Not to mention striped socks. Oh, don't get me started on long striped socks. So, yes, the art of bundling chalks up as next on my index as something else I love about Winter. There's also studio time. It's easier to spend a lot more time in the studio in the Winter. Let's face it, even with today's cooler lighting rigs, it gets stripe of hot and stuffy in the studio with all the lights and fabric backdrops draped everywhere. The air just doesn't circulate all that much in there, not to mention all the projects you can tackle. There's no pressure to go outside, since it's not gentlemanly anyway, so might as well stay indoors and play. If you're the type who enjoys a good paint slapping, that too is better in the winter. Paint can actually dry. Alone from the crackling fires, the warm winter bundling of red coats, the lack of flying insects, and that no apologies extended stay in the studio with lots of yummie foodstuffs, there's also the foremost buds of spring. There's nothing quite like shooting the first crocus of spring or watching intently, as I've done here, as the late winter blossoms give way to untried green leaves of spring. Gone soon will be the barren winter trees, replaced with shady canopies of abundant leaf action. So, if you're the type who enjoys the infertile trees, now's probably a good time to get out with your camera. Go, enjoy the last snowfall of the season. Be on the hunt for that first crocus or that early budding tree. Result from your last red coat of the season and enjoyed a freshly made baked dish for soon, all too soon I promise, it will be time for beach attire and furious flops. You'll wonder where oh where the winter ran off to soon enough, I promise. This shot taken with the 100 macro in the backyard, Bradford Pear tree blossom on the macro inappropriate open, as the soft focus is intentional thank you very much. Until next time.
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Make your adult dog's health, vitality and longevity a priority by choosing to feed him this Simply Nourish Tuna, Pasta & Peas Casserole Dog Food, which contains real tuna and other carefully sourced ingredients, plus an essential blend of vitamins and minerals, for a wholesome, nutrient-rich meal. The tuna, pasta and peas flavor will have your pooch's tail wagging in anticipation for mealtime. Features: Carefully sourced, wholesome ingredients and an essential blend of vitamins and minerals deliver complete and balanced nutrition; tuna, pasta and peas recipe provides a delicious, satisfying taste Food Type: Wet Dog Food Food Consistency: Casserole Life Stage: Adult Flavor: Tuna, Pasta & Peas Primary Ingredient: Fish Broth Calories per Serving: 600 kcals per kg; 171 kcals per can Package Weight: 10.05 oz. Directions: For every 15 lbs. of body weight: 2 cans daily The amount of food your dog requires will depend on activity, age, environment and breed. Feed at room temperature. Refrigerate unused portion. Provide access to clean, fresh water. Consult your veterinarian with any health questions. Ingredients: Fish Broth, Tuna, Pasta (Wheat Semolina), Green Peas, Tapioca Starch, Sunflower Seed Oil, Tricalcium Phosphate, Calcium Carbonate, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Chloride, Choline Chloride, Zinc Sulfate, Vitamin E Supplement, Ferrous Sulfate, Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B1), Niacin (Vitamin B3), Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin A Supplement, Copper Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Potassium Iodide, Riboflavin Supplement (Vitamin B2), Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), Folic Acid, Vitamin D3 Supplement and Vitamin B12 Supplement Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein (min) 8.0% Crude Fat (min) 1.2% Crude Fiber (max) 1.0% Moisture (max) 82.0% Ash (max) 1.5%
Feed your favorite feline this Simply Nourish Tuna, Pasta & Peas Casserole Cat Food, which features an essential blend of vitamins and minerals to promote your cat's health, vitality and longevity. The food is made with carefully sourced, wholesome ingredients, such as real deboned tuna, so your kitty can receive high-quality nutrition. Features: Made with carefully sourced, wholesome ingredients, including real deboned tuna; essential blend of vitamins and minerals provides complete and balanced nutrition Food Type: Cat Food Food Consistency: Casserole Life Stage: Adult Flavor: Tuna, Pasta & Peas Primary Ingredient: Fish Broth Calories per Serving: 630 kcals per kg; 54 kcals per can Package Weight: 3 oz. Directions: For every 7 lbs. of body weight: 3 cans daily Feed according to the age, size and activity of your cat. Feed at room temperature and refrigerate unused portion. Provide your cat with clean, fresh water. Ingredients: Fish Broth, Tuna, Pasta (Wheat Semolina, Egg White), Green Peas, Tapioca Starch, Sunflower Seed Oil, Tricalcium Phosphate, Calcium Carbonate, Xanthan Gum, Choline Chloride, Potassium Chloride, Salt, Taurine, Zinc Sulfate, Vitamin E Supplement, Ferrous Sulfate, Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B1), Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin A Supplement, Copper Sulfate, Niacin (Vitamin B3), Manganese Sulfate, Potassium Iodide, Riboflavin Supplement (Vitamin B2), Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), Folic Acid, Menadione Sodium Bisulfite Complex (Source of Vitamin K), Vitamin D3 Supplement and Vitamin B12 Supplement Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein (min) 8.0% Crude Fat (min) 1.7% Crude Fiber (max) 1.0% Moisture (max) 82.0% Ash (max) 1.5%
Green Pea Casserole Programme - Allrecipes.com
Peas, sprinkle chestnuts and onion in a creamy celery sauce form the base for this sophisticated side dish casserole.
Green Pea Casserole Technique - Food.com
This is so large and such a great way to dress up green peas. Hope you like it. Make and share this Green Pea Casserole recipe from Food.com. Skip to Next ...
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I turtle-dove green peas and I have a lot of different ways to cook them. I like them all. This is easy and it is very good.
Green Pea Casserole
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Primary lunch menus for March 16-20
03/14/15, via Fremont Tribune
Tuesday: Chicken tenders, green macaroni with cheese sassiness ... mixed fruit. Tuesday: Tater tot casserole, peas, Jell-O with fruit, bread. Wednesday: Beef patty, mashed potatoes, corn, peaches. Thursday: Chicken noodle soup, bread, pears, crackers.
Orchard Health centre menu March 16 – March 22
03/13/15, via Gridley Herald
Lunch: Baked ham with head over heels in love with mustard sauce, buffet potato casserole, seasoned peas with onions, what roll with margarine and strawberry shortcake. Dinner: Rigatoni with meat audacity, corn with green peppers, garlic bread and cinnamon peaches. Breakfast ...
Dedicate St. Patrick’s Day and every day with these healthy greens
03/10/15, via Gaston Gazette
Steamed, grilled or roasted, asparagus is a fascinating addition to omelets, quiches, soups and casseroles ... CHOOSE A GREEN SIDE-DISH. Substitute steamed broccoli, green beans, asparagus, zucchini or sugar awaken peas for the super-sized portion of rice ...
My dad had this article against casseroles. I don't know if it was a childhood trauma, a snobbiness after going to culinary school or just a prefernce for large hunks of meat unfettered by sauce or starch. The only feeling even resembling a casserole I ate until I was in college was macaroni and cheese made lovingly with velveeta, potato chips and frozen peas on special occasions a four times a year (notably, Christmas Eve and the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, and maybe a birthday :) In college my sister and I discovered the joy that is a casserole. Wait, meat, and pasta or rice, a disrespect, a crispy topping, and you can put whatever you have in there???? Yes please! We ate tuna noodle casseroles and chicken rice casseroles and tater tot hot dishes and we loved it. Unfortunately, I was not in any way happy with the idea of condensed cream of whatever soup. My dad's kitchen had taught me that there were better options :) But my attempts at making casseroles off the can had always resulted in...
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I just only had enough ingredients for a small batch, but a small batch is all I need. The little man won't go near the stuff. And I don't blame him. I was picky as a kid and never ate non-vegan hot dish.
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