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Split pea soup is absolutely a classic. I first fell in love with split pea soup when I went away to college. There is this restaurant in Buellton California that serves probably some of the best split pea soup I’ve ever had. If you’ve ever had a road trip on the 1 going south from northern to southern Califoria you’ve probably at least seen the sign for Anderson’s split pea soup. They serve by the bowl and all that you can eat. My dad one time ate 8 bowls! This recipe is my own and has more garden fresh vegetable bites in it, thats the way I like my split pea soup.
In order to make this recipe a little more simple I’ve adapted a few shortcuts that you can use, you can buy pre-cut onions and shredded carrots. Then the only chopping and peeling tasks involve 3 cloves of garlic and 2 stalks of celery. Another option is our local supermarket also sells precut celery, carrots and onions, even better way to save time.