Hi, I'm Teresa, and welcome to my "Fresh Kitchen." Now, I want to show you a healthy recipe for how to make a cold English pea salad. English peas sound pretty fancy, but it's actually just a cute name for your traditional garden pea. They're actually a starchy vegetable, but they're very very nutrient dense. So, one cup of peas has about 120 calories, but it also carries six grams of fibers, and seven grams of protein, plus a slew of other vitamins and minerals. So, we're going to use these as an accent to our salad today, and we're going to pair it with some other very healthy ingredients so that you can serve it as a side dish or as an entrée, and it'll carry enough protein to be a full meal. So, what we're going to do is we're going to start with about four cups of spinach. To that, we're going to add one cup of cooked quinoa. We're going to add a quarter-cup of black beans. We're going to add one cup of cherry tomatoes. We're going to add our one cup of English peas. And, we're going to top it off with two tablespoons of slivered almonds. We're going to make a really light, easy dressing. All it's going to be is one tablespoon of olive oil, one tablespoon of lemon juice, and one tablespoon of agave nectar. And then, we'll mix it together. And, top it off with salt and pepper, and there you'll have a very healthy salad that will serve as a great side dish or a delicious entrée.