This is an old-fashioned salad… Sort of.
My mother would have / could have made this salad. She would have used canned peas and Miracle Whip but you get the idea.
I needed a salad of some sort for our bike ride picnic. Since I hadn’t been to the store or market in over a week I was left with staples.
That’s easy: frozen peas and pasta.
I’ve already made this again….
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Peas & Pasta Salad
Serve room temp or chilled, this is a quick and easy summer side or addition to your picnic.
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 20 minutes
- Total Time: 25 minutes
- Yield: 2 servings 1x
- Category: Pasta Salad
- 1 cup (3.5oz, 100gr) bite-size pasta
- 1 cup (4.5oz, 130gr) peas, frozen, no sauce,
- 1/3 cup Greek olives, sliced
- 1/3 cup (1.5oz, 45gr) shredded cheese
- 1 tbs Dijon-style mustard
- 3 tbs mayonnaise
- 5 tbs Greek yogurt
- Cook pasta according to package instructions.
- Add peas for the last minute.
- Drain and rinse lightly with cold water.
- Put mustard, mayonnaise and yogurt in a large salad bowl and stir to combine.
- Add pasta, peas, olives and cheese.
- Stir well and serve.
Adding Greek or plain yogurt to the dressing makes more dressing while keeping the ‘mayo’ flavor. A calorie cheat!
- Serving Size: 1/2 recipe
- Calories: 531
- Sugar: 7.5 g
- Sodium: 636.9 mg
- Fat: 27.5 g
- Saturated Fat: 7.6 g
- Trans Fat: 0.2 g
- Carbohydrates: 49.9 g
- Fiber: 6.4 g
- Protein: 19.1 g
- Cholesterol: 33.5 mg
Keywords: pasta salad, peas,
Red & Green Bean Pasta Salad is also a great picnic choice.
There is a reason I never went sky-diving. Knowing myself as well as I do, I envision me enthusiastically jumping out of the plane, and, seconds later thinking…. did I grab the parachute?
I really do try to remember to do things in the proper order, but, sadly, too often I’m in a rush for reasons that are rarely important.
Add in the fact that something has been working perfectly well for years so what could go wrong…
I have 12 email accounts (blog, 2 sites, other valid reasons). 3 of them are gmail accounts.
I use an ’email client’ which downloads my emails onto my computer.
The 9 other accounts are, apparently, set-up properly and are working as expected. The gmail accounts were not.
The problem arose last week when I could no longer download my emails.
I could explain all this but, really, who would care? I’ll just get to the point of this story.
My gmail accounts required periodic house-keeping which I neglected. When I attempted to fix my problem I ran into another problem. I had rather a large number of emails stored in my gmail accounts.
The first one I checked wasn’t bad – a little over 100 emails.
The 2nd surprised even me with over 10,000 emails that needed to be dealt with.
The 3rd account had over 24,000 emails.
Apparently I had neglected it for awhile.
For obvious reasons I didn’t chose to go through them all. I did a mass delete and am hoping I didn’t lose anything important.
I believe I have fixed the problem for the future.
Google and I should both be happy.
4 thoughts on “Peas & Pasta Salad; 35,000 emails”
Who doesn’t love peas and pasta? Salads, hot pastas…works for me! And this is nice and simple 🙂
I’m afraid to find out how many saved emails I have. I keep thinking one of these days, gmail is just going to say I can no longer use my email, get another address.
I was surprised. I had been using POP3 and Google wanted more security, which doesn’t work well with the way I work. So I changed to imap – and there they all were lol I don’t like it because it takes forever for an email to open. I’ll adjust
I love deleting ! Now you have a clean slate…I bet most of it was junk emails on all sorts of tasteless subjects !
I’m sure you’re right…. I choose to believe you’re right lol
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