The Importance of Availability: Roasted Romano Beans with Hazelnuts and Smoked Paprika - Turntable Kitchen
Matt and I were talking recently about who we call (besides each other) when we need someone to talk to about something important. I immediately said, “my parents” and he said “my parents” I said, “but who do you call after your parents?” And he said, “my brother.” “I know he’ll always pick up,” he Continue...
This is another of Jeanne D'Souza's recipes. It's a great time of year to make this, with green beans in season right now. It's simple to make and is a great way to make the basic green bean seem way more interesting.
Long Cooked Romano Beans with Pancetta Recipe on Food52
I think Romano beans are the perfect bean and are really suited to long slow cooking. What I like about them is the exterior pod retains its tooth but the little interior beans inside are creamy much like a lima beans. It is a two for one deal for me and the best of both worlds. If you want a little heat add red pepper flakes.
I got this recipe from my sweet midwifriend (yes I know I made that word up!) recently and I absolutely fell in love with it the first time I tried it. Sautéed green beens, loaded with garlic and sesame… super simple, healthy and packed full of flavor! I’m pretty sure I could eat this every day. Or...Read More »
Jeanine here, with spring on a plate. Lately, I've been obsessed with big salads full of spring's most vibrant and crisp veggies. It's been so fun to play around with various combinations of colors and textures, and this one's my current...
On a rainy, grey autumn day this salad made me cheer up. It has so much flavour and beautiful green colours. It is a bit chewy because of the noodles and crunchy of the raw vegetables and herbs. I think it is a great combination. You can substitute the Fr
My grandmother kept a tidy little vegetable garden outside her New England home. While she did a decent job of growing squash, cucumbers, and some tomatoes, her best results always came out of her snap bean plants. This also meant my annual August trips to visit her were filled by snapping beans on her porch (a job reserved strictly for grandchildren) and putting jars upon jars of canned green beans in her cellar.