37 years and counting! That’s how long this bean dip has been on the menu at Pegasus Restaurant in Castle Rock. Why? Because the patrons love pintos!
Explore Colorado bean fields, delicious ways to use beans, and research.
Colorado grown, dry light red kidney beans, stand up to all the rich players of this popular dish. And the crispy and creamy cheeses make life better in general.
Jason Webb of Trinidad Benham recently starred in a video on cowpeas AND a KUNC NPR for Northern Colorado podcast. Jason is incredibly knowledgeable and passionate – bravo, Jason!
Just in case the words “smoked beans” aren’t enough to make you salivate, check out this video to see what G-Que BBQ is doing with beans to make them the star of the show, as they deserve!
There is no better way to start off the new year than with beans, especially Colorado beans! Here is a webinar Chelsea Didinger led for the Colorado State University (CSU) Extension horticulture team and Colorado Master Gardeners. The webinar touches on various aspects of beans, including interesting food science tidbits, what the […]
Colorado pinto beans are perfect any day of the year, but there is something extra special about a Colorado pinto and ham soup in winter.
Of course, beans are delicious – but, they are also known for their incredible nutritional profile and numerous environmental benefits. Check out this webinar recording to find out more!
There is a tradition that eating black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day can bring good luck and financial prosperity for the new year. 9News Denver interviewed our Outreach Director, Chelsea Didinger, to hear about this tradition, black-eyed peas in Colorado, and a tasty recipe.
Celebrate the delicious versatility of beans with these Pinto Pineapple Muffins made with Colorado pintos!
Enjoy this video on how to make Roasted Chile Garbanzo Beans (aka Chickpeas).