Sunny days are here!

As we get closer and closer to the height of summer, the pea fields are full of growing crops for this year’s harvest. Britain's peas are grown all along the East Coast of the country, and the summer harvest will feed us for a full year - that's a lot of peas!

The Young Pea Chef of the Year competition closed for entries at the end of April, so keep an eye on our social channels for any updates! Voting will be open once our judges have shortlisted their favourites. If you missed the chance to enter this year, don’t worry – we’ll be back next year and would love to hear your pea-licious recipes!

If you’re looking to cook up a storm over the upcoming bank holidays, why not head over to our Summer Recipes section? We have lots of enticing recipes that will help you make the most of that bag of peas in your freezer.  Why not try the Green Pea Hummus Dip, or the Grilled Halloumi with Peas & Pine Nuts? There’s lots to choose from.

Why not share your pea-inspired creations, or simply say hello on Twitter? Find us @YesPeas!


Rachel Green,Yes Pea!s Ambassador

Rachel Green

I have been preparing a number of canapes recently and by far the most popular one has been the Pea Blinis with Parma Ham and Mint, closely followed by the Mini Sausage Toadies...