Recipe: Scallops with Spring Pea and Grana Padano Purée

Scallops with Spring Pea and Grana Padano Purée We’re looking forward to using the first crop of peas in this lovely dish from Piero Premoli of Atlanta’s Pricci. He blends the springtime spheres with nutty Grana Padano cheese to make a tasty complement to marjoram-seasoned scallops. Get the recipe here.

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Recipe: Chilled English Pea Soup with Fava Bean–Almond Salsa

Chilled English Pea Soup with Fava Bean–Almond Salsa By the time April rolls around, nothing excites us more than the color green on our plates. The spring-signaling hue is in ample supply in this refreshing English pea soup, sent to us by the team at Peels in New York City. A Fresno chile–spiked salsa of favas and almonds adds some kick to the sweet and creamy base. Get the recipe here.

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Recipe: Corn Sformato with Pancetta, Tomato, English Peas, and Fontina

Corn Sformato with Pancetta, Tomato, English Peas, and FontinaAs we learned earlier this week, the definition of sformato is hard to pin down (though we do know that it’s traditionally bound by eggs and molded). But there’s nothing perplexing about this decidedly summery version from chef Scott Fratangelo, featuring the classic seasonal trinity of corn, tomato, and basil.

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Ask a Chef: What Would You Eat for Your Last Meal on Earth?

"Cracklin' cornbread, crowder peas and pot liquor, pork roast, fried okra, panfried sweet potatoes, and mustard greens." –JBF Award Winner John Besh, Besh Restaurant Group, New Orleans

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Recipe: James Beard's Cold Minted Pea Soup

MintThis wonderful soup highlights the fresh combination of peas and mint. It can be made with yogurt instead of cream if you prefer a tarter soup with fewer calories. Many people are surprised that the recipe calls for frozen peas, a convenience during the months when fresh peas are not available. It’s not unusual, though, when you recall that James Beard was a spokesperson for the Jolly Green Giant brand.

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Recipe: James Beard's Cold Minted Pea Soup

MintThis wonderful soup highlights the fresh combination of peas and mint. It can be made with yogurt instead of cream if you prefer a tarter soup with fewer calories. Many people are surprised that the recipe calls for frozen peas, a convenience during the months when fresh peas are not available. It’s not unusual, though, when you recall that James Beard was a spokesperson for the Jolly Green Giant brand.

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Recipe: Sweet Pea Toasts with Spicy Coppa

Sugar Snap PeasChef Kimball Jones served these easy, pleasing hors d'oeuvre when he cooked at the Beard House. If you want to make the toasts vegetarian, Jones suggests substituting Parmesan cheese for the coppa.

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