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Rancho Gordo Heirloom Beans

The wait list is 18+ months … just to join a bean club? Why wait when you can get Rancho Gordo’s gorgeous heirloom dried beans right here at DLM (or have them shipped via shop.dorothylane.com)? Between the rise in pantry cooking and press coverage from Food & Wine Magazine, The New York Times, and Bon Appétit (to name a few), Rancho Gordo beans are crazy cool right now. Each heirloom variety has its own unique characteristics, flavor profile, and history—and the recipes are plenty. So why not forego the can and give good heirloom dried beans a chance?

BASIC DRIED BEAN TIPS

• Store dry beans in a cool, dark place.
• 1 cup of dried beans yields about 3 cups of cooked.
• No time to soak? Don’t worry! Go ahead and cook them knowing it’ll take a bit longer.
• Simple seasonings speaks volumes, like adding a ham bone or cooking in stock. A little bacon fat or olive oil helps add depth of flavor.
• Cook in the soaking water and add salt after the beans are tender.
• Store leftover cooked beans in the fridge for up to 5 days or freeze.
• Keep the cooking liquid handy. Store leftover beans in the liquid

 

CHECK OUT THESE DELICIOUS RECIPES SHOWCASING RANCHO GORDO HEIRLOOM BEANS!

PASTA E FAGIOLI

 

CASSOULET BEANS IN SAVORY TOMATO SAUCE

 

FLAGEOLET SALAD WITH LEMON, RADISHES, AND ROASTED TOMATOES

4 comments on “Rancho Gordo Heirloom Beans

    1. Hi Paulette! Thanks for reaching out. We do have the Rancho Gordo Cranberry Beans on our shelves! We recommend calling your preferred location to make sure they have it in stock before heading in.

    1. Hi Diane! Thanks for reaching out with that great question. Chef Carrie recommends a rind that’s about 2 inches by 1 inch in size, although if you have a smaller or larger piece that’s absolutely okay! It will just add some extra flavor to your recipe, so feel free to use whatever you may have on hand.

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