Gregory Bloom and Chef Jackson Lamb chatted with our Manager, Bob Schork, and Outreach Director, Chelsea Didinger, all about beans here in Colorado.
To celebrate July and beautiful summery bean dishes, Colleen visited Hesher BBQ. We challenge to watch this video on their Drunken Beans (aka Borracho Beans) without at least one hungry stomach rumble!
Colorado Dry Beans Supporting Local Agriculture
Earlier this year (2022), we were honored to attend two wonderful events held by associations that support local agriculture, the Colorado Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association and the Rocky Mountain Bean Dealers Association.
2022 Bean Planting Season
Bean farmers have been hard at work making sure you will have plenty of delicious, nutritious, and sustainable Colorado beans. Check out these short videos to see what planting season is like.
Black-Eyed Pea Salad (aka Everything but the Lettuce Salad)
We are just wrapping up the bean planting season in Colorado, and now it is time to watch these delicious nutritional powerhouses grow! To celebrate a successful planting season, why not enjoy a nice big bowl of this summery black-eyed pea salad?
Colorado Dry Beans at Naturally Boulder Spring Fling
We were honored to join a group of innovative companies and organizations at the Naturally Boulder Spring Fling to share about Colorado beans.
Colorado Beans Featured on CO-Horts
Earlier this month (May 2022), Colorado beans were featured on the CO-Horts Blog, which shares advice and observations from Colorado State University Extension Horticulture Agents and Specialists. Read this excerpt of the first paragraph and then head over to read the full blog!
Frontier Beans Get a Makeover and Join Colorado Proud
For 70 years, Northern Feed and Bean has been providing exceptional quality and service. This year, building on its legacy, the released their new packaging for their retail beans. Now, their Frontier label of beans are available in beautiful cloth bags
Bean Dip on the Blender Bike!
We had the pleasure of being at the Spring Science Extravaganza hosted by the Little Shop of Physics at Colorado State University. In the theme of talking about the ‘Energy of Food,’ we were there making bean dip on a blender bike! Or rather, recruiting enthusiastic volunteers to help us pedal and whip up some delicious pinto bean and salsa dip.
Bean Dip at Pegasus Restaurant
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!