Colorado State University Ag Day celebrates agriculture in our state. We joined to share all about delicious Colorado beans!
Harvest season is in full swing here in Colorado – thank you, farmers! Virtually join us in the field with these photos and videos from farms and research plots from this season.
Are you looking for information on how to cook dry beans? Or perhaps tips on how to shorten dry bean cooking time? Then this post is for you!
We traveled to Scottsbluff, Nebraska to visit our colleagues. During the field day, Dr. Carlos Urrea, a renowned bean breeder, shared about his team’s research and finding
Global buyers from around the world came to network with growers, exporters, and companies in Colorado and Nebraska. We were grateful for the opportunity to share about Colorado beans!
With tailgate season upon us, Colleen visited a restaurant that specializes in hot dogs. But not just any hot dogs! They hot dogs use pinto beans as a topping – YUM!
At the Cool Beans Colorado Bean Showcase, five amazing chef and university student teams partnered to showcase Fiesta Beans (a zesty kettle cooked bean) and Rocky Mountain Pinto Tempeh in delicious and creative ways.
This summer, we held Bean Dazzle Hour at the Larimer County Fair! While chatting about how important beans are to our state, we also had fun sharing our favorite bean dishes and making bean art together.
We worked with Wasteland of Wonder to produce this beautiful short film (about 4 minutes) that shares an inspirational story about bringing local, delicious, nutritious Colorado pinto beans to institutions.
Garden fresh herbs and Colorado Mayocoba beans make the perfect pasta sauce. The next time you are craving a delicious and satisfying bowl of pasta, be sure to give this a try!