Ah, good ole peas. We seem to see them in almost everything from soups to stews to casseroles, but almost never do we see them fresh as they are in your box this week. These spring sweeties look a lot like sugar snap peas when they are first picked; but unlike their cousins, they need to be shelled before they are eaten. We’ve made sure to do that work for you so you can enjoy the crisp, bright flavor of fresh peas--no cans or freezers here. Feature their freshness raw in a delightful pasta salad; try your hand at a brown butter and pea omelette; or make a new kind of hummus with green peas, feta, and mint. Store in the fridge in a loosely closed paper bag for up to 4 days. Or, blanch them for a minute before transferring to the freezer to keep this springy goodness for longer.