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I had peas for breakfast

Post  ETNRedClay on 5/9/2013, 8:53 am

I had peas for breakfast, I had peas for breakfast, I had peas for breakfast... can you hear the little song I was singing in my head and dancing to? I didn't even know there were little peas on the vines yesterday and couldn't figure out why the dogs were hedging the vines from inside the dogyard... then this morning, I leaned closer and thought... what is THAT funny-shaped leaf? It's a PEA! And there is another one.

And I ate them ALL, every last one.

The dogs pouted. Or thought I was nuts. They are not far off. My first SFG, my first breakfast-out-of-MY-garden standing in my bathrobe and my slippers. Hopefully not my last.

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Post  jjlonsdale on 5/9/2013, 10:31 am

Congratulations!!! cheers cheers cheers I'll be doing the same happy dance when I get my first bite out of my SFG!!!

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Post  Pollinator on 5/9/2013, 12:58 pm

Congrats on your garden peas! There is no comparison to the taste you get when it's fresh from your own garden. We have pods forming and should have some in a couple days - unless I get impatient and pick a few to eat with the pods.

We just had our first baby beets with greens a couple nights ago.

Woo hoo - we gardeners get a natural high from such things!

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Post  Triciasgarden on 5/9/2013, 4:20 pm

I can just imagine the happy dance, congratulations! I bet they were yummy!

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Post  mschaef on 5/9/2013, 4:46 pm

That's awesome!!! cheers cheers My kids keep eating my red leaf lettuce that I have in a 2x1 box on the porch every time we go outside.

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Post  Lillyz on 5/9/2013, 6:31 pm

@ETNRedClay wrote:

And I ate them ALL, every last one.

My first SFG, my first breakfast-out-of-MY-garden standing in my bathrobe and my slippers. Hopefully not my last.

Nothing like fresh peas. And as soon as it warms up a bit, I will be out there in my bathrobe, garden clogs and with a cup of coffee in my hand. Smile throwing rocks at the squirrels lol!

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