Like Romeo and Juliet pledging their eternal love, or Simon and Garfunkel singing about the Sounds of Silence—or the Roadrunner always outsmarting Wile E. Coyote—some things are just meant to be together. And, of course, we believe that any list of the world’s greatest pairings must also include peas and carrots.
Here are several of the many reasons why this is true.
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Gentle showers, sweet chirpings of the robin, soft breezes, the smell of sunshine in the air, oh-so-welcome longer days, and brightly colored flowers opening their petals to celebrate the season . . . all of these are signs that spring has arrived. And, at The Chef’s Garden, another sure sign of spring = our fresh peas.
The Chef’s Garden grows a multitude of fresh lettuce varieties, and nature has uniquely engineered each one to be a little bit different from all of its cousins. Some are long and narrow with fewer leaves, while others are short, full tufts. Then there are rosettes, shaped like flat and broad flowers.