For her inaugural menu, she planned crayfish with mayonnaise, pigeon with peas, and an apple brioche flambéed in rum.
At the moment we have an abundance of fennel, beets, green beans, squashes, eggplants, peas, shell peas, English peas.
For instance, one day some four or five year olds in our village went and picked some peas in the fields, and they got caught.
He was eating the meal on which he would play—steak, peas, lettuce, fruit jello, and tea.
Spring is peak season for homegrown fava beans, peas, and artichokes.
peas in large areas are grown free from serious trouble with insect pests.
And a volley of peas, corks, and small shot flew about their ears.
Make an omelet with twelve eggs, and before turning over on platter fill with the peas.
They all agreed this horse and the whistler were as much alike as two peas in appearance.
peas may still be sown, and French beans also, as may cabbage and colewort seed.
early or mid-17c., false singular from Middle English pease (plural pesen), which was both single and collective (e.g. wheat, corn) but the "s" sound was mistaken for the plural inflection. From Old English pise (West Saxon), piose (Mercian) "pea," from Late Latin pisa, variant of Latin pisum "pea," from Greek pison "the pea," perhaps of Thracian or Phrygian origin [Klein].
In Southern U.S. and the Caribbean, used of other legumes as well. Pea soup is first recorded 1711 (pease-soup); applied to London fogs since at least 1849. Pea-shooter attested from 1803.