When I am able to get a substantial harvest of snow peas from the garden (enough to feed three, at least) I always cook them the same way. This is my snow pea stir fry, and it is just as simple as it is delicious. Something I must insist on in cooking this dish properly […]Read more "Simple Snow Pea Stir Fry"
I called this post ‘These Little Things’ not for the reason of contrast between the title and the photo (OK. That is assuming that I am assuming my snow pea is actually big) – although it does fit in – but rather for the reason of observation. You see, whenever I am in the garden, […]Read more "These Little Things"
My goal a few months ago was to create a tower of bamboo that was tangled with snow pea vines. When it grew, I imagined I could have fun picking and foraging within for snow peas when the plants started to fruit. This is the result and I am so happy with how it has […]Read more "Snow Pea Tower"
This haphazardly looking bamboo arrangement is in fact a climbing trellis for our snow peas. I saw something like this in a friend’s garden and had to give it a try – especially since there was no skill involved in making it. The idea is that you arrange all your spare bamboo stakes in a […]Read more "Method to the bamboo madness"
These are 2 week old Snow Pea shoots sprouting on a nice warm patch of soil. I like to start these early to give the plants ample time to become established. When they grow large enough they will be transplanted in their final position. Can’t wait for the first harvest!Read more "Snow Pea (Mangetout) Sprouts"