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Caroline Campion

  • Recipe

    Creamy Linguine with Peas, Ham, and Sage

    Peas are a perfect match with ham and cream, and together, they create a fast but luxurious sauce. If you don’t like sage, feel free to leave it out or…

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    Pea and Artichoke Dip

    Here’s a new take on the classic baked artichoke dip. It may be retro, but it’s always the first to go at parties. Peas give it a beautiful color and…

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    Fresh Pea Salad with Ginger-Miso Vinaigrette

    With its bright Asian dressing and crunchy cucumber and radish slices, this colorful salad is a wonderful warm-weather first course. It also keeps well, making it ideal for picnic fare…

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    Pea and Goat Cheese Omelet

    This omelet is unusual in that it's folded on the plate, rather than in the skillet, so that the peas don’t roll out when you move it. Although it’s less…

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    Spicy Lemongrass Peas

    Tangy lime and lemongrass enhance the peas' sweetness in this Vietnamese-inspired dish. Jalapeño adds a spicy kick, but feel free to substitute chopped fresh ginger. Serve with coconut rice and…

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    Curried Peas and Tofu

    This fragrant, mildly spiced curry studded with soft cubes of tofu makes a satisfying vegetarian meal when wrapped in naan and served with rice, couscous, or quinoa.

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    Buttered Peas and Lettuce with Tarragon

    Braised peas and lettuce is a classic French dish that can be a first course or a side dish; it goes well with lamb or fish.

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    Pea-Mint-Sunflower Seed Pesto

    Slightly thicker and chunkier than traditional basil pesto, this is great tossed with pasta or spread on crostini. If using thawed frozen peas, skip the blanching and shocking step.

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    Pea and Ricotta Toast

    Use up a loaf of almost-stale crusty bread with this great no-fuss dinner. It’s also a lovely snack with cocktails.

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    Pea and Scallion Soup

    This fresh-tasting soup has a bit of texture to it. Add bread or a sandwich, and it’s a super-simple, homey lunch. Strain it, and it’s a silky, refined first course.…