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Lisa

That sounds delicious! You could use non-fat half and half, but why bother, I say!

NW Nature Nut

Hello! Thanks for visiting my blog. At this time, I only have a small veggie garden. I just grow some stuff for myself and my non-veggie eating husband. If my dog ever decides she is willing to give up some lawn I'll let you know. Thanks for thinking of me. PS. I do enjoy your blog!

Diane Mandy

Oh yum! I love this time of year because of all the fresh veggies in the marketplace. And peas are among my FAVORITE!

Anonymous

mrs vk,i am a farmer in oklahoma.i was thinking that i could overnite my spectacular sugar snap peas i have 30 lbs of them. are you intrested?they have no dease on them either. i also grow for green giant.respectgfully your rescuer

Janis

This is my first time growing peas (English and sugar snap) - fingers crossed for a good harvest because I really want to try them in your recipe. Thank you!

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