Posts Tagged "Jacob’s Cattle beans"

BBQ Festival was a success!

Western Maine BBQ Festival Many thanks to the hard working Green Thumb Farms team members who helped make our first BBQ Festival a success.  Thank you to Hannaford for inviting us to participate in this wonderful event.  We served up some delicious BBQ style baked beans to help customers understand what we do and where we come from in conjunction with Hannaford.  People were pleasantly surprised to find that we were located right in Fryeburg and grow potatoes and corn in addition to the beans.  We enjoyed meeting and talking to each and every patron and hope that we can continue to provide...

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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 oven!

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Chili Cookoff Ingredient Sponsor

We are proud to be an ingredient sponsor for the 8th Annual Chilly Chili Cookoff 2011 on March 5th in North Conway, NH!   We are proud members of the Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce.   This is a International Chili Society District sanctioned event.  We are sponsoring the Peoples Choice competition by providing contestants with their choice of Soldier, Jacob’s Cattle, Yellow Eye or Red Kidney beans or potatoes if they choose.  Please join us in the fun!  To learn more please visit:...

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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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Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays from all of us at Green Thumb Farms!  We hope that the holiday season is filled with warmth and cheer, don’t forget the potatoes and beans!  If you still haven’t stopped in and picked yours up be sure to do so before Friday as we will be closed for the Christmas holiday.  For those of you who do not live within driving distance look for our name on the back of the bags in your local grocery store.  Enjoy! I was searching for a few anecdotes about holiday traditions that involve potatoes and I stumbled upon these interesting facts: Potatoes are not mentioned in the...

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