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Once they discovered the ideal host plant, a kind of native bean, the villagers started planting it among their crops and along local pathways.
It’s very weeknight-friendly, since the stew uses canned beans and comes together quickly — although you could certainly rely on dried beans that you cook yourself.
He ate a lot of rice and beans to ensure that he left me with an inheritance he thought would keep me safe in a world without him.
Winter’s produce is less than inspiring, you’ve done all the things one can do to a bean, and while the digital cook-o-sphere is loaded with ideas, there are just too many of them.
The beans should be creamy and crush easily between two fingers.
About two months ago, I was using the PayPal app to pay for something or other, probably a bag of coffee beans I saw on Instagram, when I noticed that the company’s promised digital currency exchange had gone live.
Swan was an MBA whose career motto was “finance is not about counting the beans—it’s about helping the beans grow.”
INTEL GETS THE LEADER IT NEEDSAARON PRESSMANJANUARY 13, 2021FORTUNE
Snacks consist mainly of nuts, and every other day you’re supposed to consume half a cup of beans.
Here it’s stuffed with a hearty, savory mix of greens and beans, bulked up with a little bit of meat.
Having two real-deal leftover meals — the turkey enchilada pie and the bean soup — in the fridge Wednesday felt like a massive luxury.
20 DAYS OF TURKEYMEGHAN MCCARRONDECEMBER 23, 2020EATER

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