Tuesday, March 08, 2016

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green pigeon peas borne -
all the pelau pots we stirred
in feeding frenzy
© gillena cox 2016

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8 comments:

Photo Cache said...

Nice shot.

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Gillena Cox said...

Thanks for dropping in Photo Cache

much love...

Jane of Levant said...

Hello Gillena - I am a gardener but I had not heard of pidgeon peas - but I have just googled for info - I shall be looking in our shops now - th
ankyou for your comment on my blog - wishing you a lovely week - Jane UK

Diane Mayr said...

I had to look up pelau, and found that it is a dish of rice and pigeon peas with beef or chicken, and sometimes with pumpkin. Does this describe the pelau you make, Gillena?

Gillena Cox said...

Thanks Jane, we grow Pigeon Peas in our back yard gardens here in Trinidad; glad i sparked your interest

much love...

Gillena Cox said...

Yup, thats Pelau, Diane, and its a very carry friendly dish.

much love...

Su-sieee! Mac said...

Yummmm! I call them garbanzo beans. They're my favorite of the bean world.
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Gillena Cox said...

No they are not, they are pigeon peas.

For the garbanzo beans also called chick peas, here we say channa



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