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    • Jayne LM

      Shelling peas | Diana Miller Photography http://www.dianamiller.me.uk/food1.php?book=1

    • Beth Ender

      shelling peas, The Murmuring Cottage

    • cardamom + honey

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    • a feast of dead bees

      Pea pods. reminds me of summers at my mamaw and papaw's house. snappin beans and shellin peas fresh from the garden. sitting on the back porch with my cousins listening to the rain beat down on the tin roof.

    • Denise Blassingame

      I remember picking and shelling peas and if it was black eyed peas, your fingers would turn purple. Butterbeans always made my thumb hurt, green beans were my favorite...snap and pull the string.

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