Wondering what a Colorado bean harvest looks like? Check it out! Greg Bloom of Barber’s Foods and Chef Jackson Lamb of Metropolitan State University will be our guides.
Ed Croissant has been growing beans in Lucerne for 50 years. He has been the host of Colorado State University’s pinto bean variety trials for over 10 years. He talks about farming with Bob Schork, Manager of the Colorado Dry Bean Committee.
d Croissant has been growing beans for 50 years in Lucerne. He talks about beans with Greg Bloom, owner of Barber’s Foods. Barber’s Foods is a Denver food distributor that sells Colorado pinto and Mayocoba (aka yellow) beans, among several others.
nown for its incredible pinto beans, with their delicious flavor and beautiful coloring. Check out this video of a pinto bean planting in Wellington, Colorado at Seaworth Farms.
Larry Lande, owner of Northern Feed and Bean in Lucerne, Colorado, talks about Colorado dry beans with Bob Schork, Manager of the Colorado Dry Bean Committee.
Chef Jackson Lamb of Metropolitan State University’s Culinary School visits Steve Winter’s farm in Lucerne, Colorado. He is harvesting yellow beans that will be shipped to Northern Feed and Bean Company.
Our very own Bob Schork was quoted in a recent 5280 Magazine article, Why Are Colorado Beans SO Delicious?