Green beans, Lima beans, and black eyed peas complement each other in this sweet and tangy bean salad with crisp and refreshing flavors of two kinds of vinegar.
Classic Mexican Tamales take on a twist in this vegetarian Tamale Pie. Alone or with the fixings, this is a flavorful dish that hints at its traditional origins while bringing together a quite unique twist of flavors.
Nutty quinoa adds a nice twist to your more traditional corn salsa, putting this dish somewhere between an corn salsa and a Spanish rice.
This black bean salsa is bursting with sweet pineapple and juicy corn. Apple cider vinegar adds just enough tanginess to tantalize your taste buds with this not-to-spicy salsa.
White beans and veggies make Pasta e Fagioli a hearty and filling dish made from pantry staples and great for lunch or dinner.
A hearty and flavorful take on an Irish classic, this Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pie is filled with lentils and other vegetables rather than beef or lamb.
A smooth and flavorful Guinness and your slow cooker make these full-bodied, beautifully caramelized baked beans a snap to throw together. And, they make the house smell heavenly.
This is an incredibly versatile dip with bright flavor from the lemon and white beans, but given a smoky fullness by the paprika and cayenne.
Look for a bit of a kick and chipotle smokiness in these black bean burgers. Add some baked garlic home fries, and you have yourself a tasty and healthy meal that’s just a step out of the ordinary.
A blessed Ash Wednesday to everyone. Today marks the beginning of the Christian 40-day period of Lent, a time of fasting, prayer, and penance to prepare our hearts for Easter. The 40 day time frame remembers Christ’s 40 days in the desert where He fasted and prayed in preparation …