Author Archives: P.S. I ♥ Peas

About P.S. I ♥ Peas

I'm a wannabe urban farmer, gourmet cook and lover of a good treasure hunt. In this blog, I will post about fun experiences from my garden, kitchen and home. My life goal is to get closer and closer to being outdoors on a daily basis - gardening in the sun until the day I die. I have always been drawn to nature, which is why I went to school for horticulture and work in the amazing gardening industry.

Salmonberry Sorbet to Celebrate My 3rd Anniversary

Today, I am celebrating the 3rd year of my blog! My goals for this year are to blog on a more frequent basis as I have let other endeavors get in my way to personal growth and success. This year, … Continue reading

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Interview with “How to Grow a Living Wall” Author – Shawna Coronado

I had the privilege and honor of interviewing Shawna Coronado, the author of the newly released book, “Grow a Living Wall – Create Vertical Gardens with Purpose” to share with my readers. Shawna and I have known each other for … Continue reading

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Raspberry Lemon Trifle Dessert for Easter

On the Saturday before Easter, my husband and I sat in our living room debating what to make for dessert for our guests that would arrive on Sunday evening. I was trying to convince my husband that we should try … Continue reading

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Belated Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – August 2013

Being a new blogger and all, I’m still adjusting to all the great activities I’m able to partake in with my new community. On the 15th of each month, garden bloggers from across the country post the lovely blooms that … Continue reading

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Simple Summer Sides – Green Bean Almondine

Last week, I was able to harvest my first round of green beans from my vegetable garden. Beans are easy-to-grow by seed. Since the seeds are so large, they are easy to see and handle. There is no thinning required later on since … Continue reading

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30-Minute Jam Session

This jam session has NO music instrumentals involved – it was dedicated to the delicious summer fruits: strawberries and raspberries. Did you know that you can make homemade jam in 30-minutes or less? Neither did I; until the first time … Continue reading

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Garlic Scapes: What are they and how do you use them?

My husband and I love to go to the farmer’s market on the weekend. We often look for ingredients we haven’t seen before so that we can experiment with something new. Last year around this time, we found a farmer … Continue reading

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