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Mint & Pea Soup

This past week I was honored to cook for a local farm to fork dinner. Greenlands invited me to cook for their April Homestead Dinner, and we came up with a menu that highlights the bounty of spring in the South.



Dinner started with two appetizers- shredded chicken with ginger and carrot wrapped in pak choi and goat cheese and red wine onion jam on freshly baked bread. The amuse bouche, my moment to play around a little, was a cheddar biscuit with honey and green onions.


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We followed this with a fresh pea and mint soup (from The No Time to Cook! Book), marinated shrimp over butter lettuce, and then the main course. The big kahuna. Greenlands harvested one of their heritage pigs and we served the ham with a whiskey, mustard, and pomegranate sauce on a bed of farro, sweet potato, pomegranate, and kale. For dessert Heather and Maud from Greenlands made an Early Grey infused mousse. It was all fantastic.


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I have been so thankful for this partnership with Greenlands. They are a delight to work with and the opportunity to create menus based on what they’re growing and raising has been a challenge I’ve loved. It’s one of the coolest things that has come from this whole blog experience.


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Mint & Pea Soup

4 cups fresh peas

1 avocado

1 cup almond milk

1 cup vegetable stock

1/2 cup fresh mint leaves

1 tsp salt


Combine all ingredients, fresh, in a blender and blend until smooth. Chill and serve cold.



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  • Michelle@healthiersteps

    30.04.2015 at 21:44 Reply

    This soup sounds very delicious and healthy, will definitely try it!

  • Abigail

    01.05.2015 at 04:41 Reply

    Wow, what a delicious and healthy spring soup and love that it’s so easy to make. Pinned for making later! :)

  • Lauren

    01.05.2015 at 14:11 Reply

    Yum! The soup looks great. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  • Jackie Carioscia

    01.05.2015 at 14:38 Reply

    I love the combination of peas and mint! I can’t wait to try the combo in soup form.

  • Amy Basso

    01.05.2015 at 15:26 Reply

    I’ve had split pea soup, but never mint & pea soup. It looks so refreshing, I must try!

  • Camilla

    06.05.2015 at 07:54 Reply

    Where and what is Greenlands?

  • Camilla

    06.05.2015 at 07:55 Reply

    Where and what is Greenlands? Love your pics and ideas!

    • Elena Rosemond-Hoerr

      06.05.2015 at 19:25 Reply

      It’s in Bolivia, NC which is Brunswick County. It’s an organic farm that has an awesome farm store, a farm camp for kids, and some great programming for adults!

    • Elena Rosemond-Hoerr

      28.07.2015 at 06:05 Reply

      Greenlands is a farm in Bolivia, NC.

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