Posts Tagged "Baked Beans"

Slash Baked Bean Cooking Time…

Quick tip: To slash the oven time, simmer the beans (before baking) for 20 minutes with one tablespoon of baking soda .  This saves 4 1/2 hours in the...

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Finally Winter!

Winter finally made an appearance on the farm, Mother Nature dumped 13 inches of the beautiful white stuff on us yesterday!  Out and about today I snapped this shot of a field that was covered with corn a few months ago.  Mount Washington was in the clouds but those that surround it sure did sparkle with the white stuff! We received an e-mail from a customer yesterday where he mentioned that his snow storm tradition involves baking a pot of baked beans on his 1920’s cook stove.  We love to hear about traditions that involve the products we grow.  Do you have your winter supply of...

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New For 2011!!!

New for 2011 we have added our MOFGA certified organic Jacob’s Cattle and Yellow Eye beans to our online store.  As always you can still purchase our conventional Soldier Beans, Yellow Eye Beans, Jacob’s  Cattle Beans and Red Kidney Beans.  Happy New...

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Holiday Gift Ideas… Soldier Beans!

Does your gift list include someone that is really hard to shop for?  Do they like homemade baked beans?  Give them the gift of beans!  We sell Soldier beans, Yellow Eye beans, Red Kidney beans and Jacob’s Cattle beans on this very website!  Soldier beans are very popular and nothing could be easier than placing your order online and we will ship it directly to your recipient.  We can even include a gift message!  Happy...

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European Soldier Beans with Gorgonzola and Fresh Sage

(Recipe courtesy of David Rosengarten, The Dean & DeLuca Cookbook, Random House, 1996) Found on http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/european-soldier-beans-with-gorgonzola-and-fresh-sage-recipe/index.html 9 ounces dried European soldier beans 6 ounces mild Gorgonzola cheese 1/2 cup minced fresh sage (you may substitute fresh rosemary, but not dried sage) 1/2 cup extra-virgin olive oil Salt and pepper to taste Directions Cook beans according to basic instructions. When the beans are done, drain them and put them in a mixing bowl. Add the remaining ingredients and stir well so that the...

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