What beans do you partake? I just had some pork and beans. Not even close to a favorite meal of mine. However, there are many beans that I enjoy. Do you like beans?
Dude I freaking looooooooooooove beans.
Super nutritious, high in protein and fiber. I eat beans as a staple pretty much every weak.
I do them a few ways.
Yeah I love beans. They help me shit really nice. Turds look like gnarled pieces of oak.
I used to mess around with dried beans and that was OK, but canned beans are cheap enough and pretty damn good.
What about lentils? I know they're technically slightly different than beans but they're basically the same thing food wise. Love lentils too.
Swear to god if the world ended tomorrow my first stop would be a.) find a big bag of dried beans and b.) get a big bag of rice....also a gun.
Lemon juice, sugar, minced garlic, minced chilies, fish sauce, preserved salty crab, coriander and spring onions over a mixture of boiled beans is delicious as a side dish.
Oooooh gonna have to try that out. Does it have a name? I Love fish sauce, so savory and funky.
Not sure where to find salty crab. I wonder if shrimp paste/dried shrimp would work.
@DEVILinIRON: It's an old song that was sung for years, even around from my parents time, at least. I just remember this from the Skullmonkeys video game. My favorite version was from an episode of Animaniacs, on a segment of Dot's Poetry Corner:
Beans, beans, the musical fruit.
The more eat, the more they'll throw you off the air if you finish this poem.
I do like me some beans. Eat too little of it though. Only really have it in my chili con carne.
Also doing a hummus from time to time (made from chickpeas, not sure if those are considered beans or not). It goes awesomely with some feta cheese and some ovenbaked carrots with soy and honey.
Not on the top of my list of favorite foods, but sure I like beans. I make chili con carne with red beans, usually with mixed pork and beef that I put on oil for 10 minutes or so, then I add red wine (also tried blackberry wine, it gives a lighter taste). If it's without meat it's basically the same, but without the wine and crazy with cumin.
Just did some braised chicken with beans!
Seared the chicken, removed from pan. Sauteed some onions and garlic until soft, added some spinach and cooked it down. Deglazed the pan with some white wine, seasoned with thyme and salt and pepper, then added some beans and a bit of chicken stock. Put the chicken back in, covered the pan, and let simmer for 30 minutes.
Served on brown rice with some grated parm on top. Mmmmm tasty.
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