Those look really yummy! Good idea starting them inside, too. I may go out and grab a pack today. Thanks for the idea.
They are very yummy! One of the sweetest treats from the garden!
I loved when we did peas in our garden. Perhaps we'll get a chance to do them this year. Thanks for linking up your tips on Tuesday Greens!
we just transplanted some peas too which are in a mini hoop tunnel and have survived hard frosts and a dump of snow! they aren't suppose to transplant well because of the root disturbance but we didn't have a problem! happy pea eating!
We've never had trouble transplanting either. Just have to be gentle with the roots :)
I love fresh peas from the garden :) Thanks for sharing this on The HomeAcre Hop! Hope to see you tomorrow night at:http://www.theselfsufficienthomeacre.com/2013/03/the-homeacre-hop-11.html
It's funny, my kids will only eat peas from the garden. So we get our fill of them in the early summer and that is it. I don't even bother freezing them because they are so much better fresh :-) Last year my peas were in the ground at the beginning of March, this year there is still snow on my garden...so it will be another week or so before I plant them.
I never thought to start my peas, too. :-) Maybe I'll go ahead and do that! There's still time... Thanks for the tip!