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Dinner Tonight: Lamb Sausage with Pea Purée and Pea Sprouts

It's that point in the year when I'm starving for fresh produce. Right now, that means peas. While I have a serious affection for mushy peas (I'll spare the reasoning), I looked instead for other ways of highlighting the vegetable. Here, I've made them into a colorful purée seasoned with mint and topped with savory lamb sausage, served alongside some warm pita. More

Deborah Madison's Spring Garden Hodgepodge of Radishes, Leeks, and Peas Depending ...

You gotta love a cookbook author bold enough to use the words "hodgepodge" and "depending" in the same recipe title. Yet as Deborah Madison explains in her new book, Vegetable Literacy, "Depending is the operative word when there is a garden or good farmers' market." Indeed, when shopping seasonally, you'll never really know what'll look good until you see it. So, go ahead, embrace the hodgepodge of spring vegetables, and adapt Madison's gentle cooking technique and emphatic use of excellent butter to suit your spring haul. More

Deborah Madison's Peas with Baked Ricotta and Bread Crumbs

Shucking fresh peas is not a quick task, I'll admit. But if you can get your hands on some fresh peas in their pods at a farmers' market in the next couple of weeks, grab them and commit to an extra half hour of meal prep. Deborah Madison's unassuming Peas with Baked Ricotta from her new book Vegetable Literacy is worth it. The bright sweetness of the buttery peas matches perfectly with the creamy richness of fresh ricotta, and baking the ricotta with olive oil and fresh bread crumbs transforms cheese and peas into an actual meal. More

Deborah Madison's Peas with Baked Ricotta and Bread Crumbs

Shucking fresh peas is not a quick task, I'll admit. But if you can get your hands on some fresh peas in their pods at a farmers' market in the next couple of weeks, grab them and commit to an extra half hour of meal prep. Deborah Madison's unassuming Peas with Baked Ricotta from her new book Vegetable Literacy is worth it. The bright sweetness of the buttery peas matches perfectly with the creamy richness of fresh ricotta, and baking the ricotta with olive oil and fresh bread crumbs transforms cheese and peas into an actual meal. More

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