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Heirloom Beans: Recipes from Rancho Gordo #2020

Heirloom Beans Recipes from Rancho Gordo Who would have thought a simple bean could do so much Heirloom bean expert Steve Sando provides descriptions of the many varieties now available from Scarlet Runners to the spotted Eye of the Tiger b

  • Title: Heirloom Beans: Recipes from Rancho Gordo
  • Author: Steve Sando Vanessa Barrington
  • ISBN: 9780811860697
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Paperback
  • Heirloom Beans: Recipes from Rancho Gordo By Steve Sando Vanessa Barrington, Who would have thought a simple bean could do so much Heirloom bean expert Steve Sando provides descriptions of the many varieties now available, from Scarlet Runners to the spotted Eye of the Tiger beans Nearly 90 recipes in the book will entice readers to cook up bowls of heartwarming Risotto and Cranberry Beans with Pancetta, or Caribbean Black Bean Soup Close up phoWho would have thought a simple bean could do so much Heirloom bean expert Steve Sando provides descriptions of the many varieties now available, from Scarlet Runners to the spotted Eye of the Tiger beans Nearly 90 recipes in the book will entice readers to cook up bowls of heartwarming Risotto and Cranberry Beans with Pancetta, or Caribbean Black Bean Soup Close up photos of the beans make them easy to identify Packed with protein, fiber, and vitamins, these little treasures are the perfect addition to any meal.

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    1 thought on “Heirloom Beans: Recipes from Rancho Gordo

    1. The general text and photos of beans are great The recipes tend a bit toward the meat inclusive, and many of the beans will be hard to find short of mail order, but the author is good about recommending substitutions.

    2. This book not only has amazing recipes, but has taught me a great deal about cooking and appreciating varieties of heirloom beans that I had never known about before Beautiful pictures, interesting anecdotes, and well laid out and easily followed recipes, often with fewer than 10 ingredients, let the flavor of the beans shine through I have learned a great deal from this cookbook over the past several years and continue to go back to it again and again, both for amazing individual recipes and fo [...]

    3. Great cookbook for GREAT beans If you have the chance to get some Rancho Gordo beans you can order on the internet or get them in the San Francisco Farmer s Market , DO IT It s a whole different animal than the dried beans you buy in the store Anyway, it s a super book Some of the recipes are a bit complex for weeknight cooking, but don t forget you can put beans to soak overnight and then turn them on right when you get home and leave them largely unattended while they cook My only complaint on [...]

    4. I like beans I like Rancho Gordo beans a lot I like cookbooks So I really wish this one had worked out Unfortunatley, it s not enough of the Rancho Gordo story to be a good reading book, and there s not enough pictures to be an easy coookbook to flip through I realize that sometimes pictures aren t necessary one of my favorite cookbooks has none However, because every single recipe uses a distinct type of beans that it s fair to assume many to most readers aren t familiar with, the books reads l [...]

    5. 3.5 stars The recipes were quite good, mostly with ingredients I always have around the house or things I could easily substitute However,I took some points off because the book was a bit too heavy on the name dropping for me to really enjoy it I, like the authors of this book, live in the bay area and I too am in the foodie organic food slow food industry I know personally many of the peoples and places mentioned but instead of being amused or entranced by the references, I was off put It s a c [...]

    6. i wanted to read this a long while ago, but BPL didn t have the book and now i don t eat beans as much, but my new local library had it, so ok i think this is a great book if you eat a lot of beans and are looking for different kinds of things to do with them does a good job of tying in traditional ethnic foods that include beans as well as inventing some other stuff and some fun photos of dry beans as well as info about all the different kinds ranch gordo grows expand your bean horizons

    7. 3.5 stars I have purchased Rancho Gordo beans, and they are delicious I discovered this book while exploring their website and was delighted that my local library owns a copy While I haven t tried any of the recipes yet, I have bookmarked quite a few of them I m always looking for new ways to cook beans, which are one of the staples of my diet.Lots of the recipes, especially the entrees, call for dead animals, so it s definitely not a veg friendly cookbook However, I think that many of these rec [...]

    8. Beans never looked so beautiful than in this book It is really lovely and the text is interesting to read I m not sure where I will be able to FIND some of these delicious sounding beans, but we will see, and then I will be getting this book out from the library again Update I made the Drunken Beans and sent the recipe to my sister, who promptly shared it with her friends It is worth the price of the book for this one siple recipe JEFCO LIB641.6565SANDO

    9. good book to flip through for ideas I d love to order some of their products First order of business is to make some drunken beans though A lot of these recipes look really good, but you need access to HEIRLOOM beans, which isn t easy around here Regardless, I m going to try as many of these as possible even if I have to order the beans in the mail.

    10. My brother is in an heirloom bean phase What sort of a phase is that It is different, from, say, a methadone phase Also not like a neocon phase He also likes to talk about tones in beer Thanks, Andrew, for introducing us to a whole new world of beanery.

    11. Single ingredient books are tough to write, if you don t have a book on beans, this one is OK It is missing nutritional information for recipes though It does cover a wide variety of recipes from the Americas.

    12. I love this book, the information, the how to, the recipes, everything about it is excellent Every recipe I ve tried is really good, and I now only cook my beans the way this book says to, they turn out perfect ever time.

    13. I love me some beans And this was a pretty comprehensive cookbook, with recipes from easy to gourmet, and most all of the looked yummy.

    14. Got it from the library, and after working from a couple of recipes, bought it Haven t read it cover to cover it is a cookbook Love the Rancho Gordo blog too.

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