Visualize Whirled Peas

When I first saw that slogan on a bumper sticker as a teen, I thought it terribly clever.

“Visualize Whirled Peas”

Well, here ya go:

Visualize Whirled Peas

Kieran’s babyfood:

Today’s Menu: Peas with kefir and barley.  Mmmm!  (And it looks good on his face too!)

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8 thoughts on “Visualize Whirled Peas

  1. your fun with words, and foods! I'm sure Keiran's food was tasty, but I have to say that Kendra's cherries are more my style. Wherever did you find such fabulous looking fruit in January??? And, while we're on the subject, what did she recieve for her birthday? Your kid's gifts always tell me a lot about them! 🙂 Blessings, Veronica

  2. I have spent all my "free time" tonight thoroughly enjoying your blog! Your girls are so sweet and your boys just precious! I know my girls who are 8,7, and nearly 5 will enjoy seeing the pictures of your girls!

    I am sending you an email with a question. Glad to meet you! In Christ, Eva

  3. It seems I'm always asking you for details, Dell.
    On the peas: how do you get them so smooth? When I'd used my food processor before, with peas (and beans) there's always some of the shell (not of the pod, but the pea itself) left. Yours looks very smooth. Maybe now that I have a blender?
    Blessings,
    Annie

  4. Hi Veronica! Kendra's presents included a few prepunched sewing kits to make stuffed animals, new doll clothes, and a little "grow girlz" or some similar name "garden" kit to sprout some little plantlings in a cute little well, with a cute TINY little doll, and some other gimicks to go along with it. She is enchanted with these.

    We spent extra on her Christmas things, so birthday was a little "lighter" this year, but she was delighted! She's made one of the projects already and waters her little plants so lovingly.

    Annie, my blender is pretty aggressive, lol. I made carrot baby food and threw in whole carrots with some rice and kefir, and it ended up pudding-smooth.

    It might help that I do use liquid (kefir) with the peas, but I'm guessing most of it is more the blender than my technique. I'm often throwing whole frozen fruit into our smoothies, and it does an amazing job.

    I'm not as experienced with food processors. I use mine to shred onions or cheese once in a while, or slice things on occasion, but never tried it for baby food. Hope you can visualize your own whirled peas soon! 🙂

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