Blog Posts - Yellow Beans



Temesvári pork loin

Today recipe is a delicious pork dish named after the Transylvanian town, Temesvár or Timisoara; it was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, now the third biggest city of Romania. This dish is basically a pork stew with yellow beans, thickened with...
by Zserbo - Recipes from Hungary on Sep 25, 2015

{Simple Summer Recipes} At Home in NWCT

I am soaking up the last bits of Summer in New England while the Mr is traveling for work this week. Without hesitation, I decided to hide away in the country and eat well at home. This is something I have not done nearly enough since the New Old St...
by ABCD Design on Aug 13, 2015

{Simple Summer Recipes} At Home in NWCT

I am soaking up the last bits of Summer in New England while the Mr is traveling for work this week. Without hesitation, I decided to hide away in the country and eat well at home. This is something I have not done nearly enough since the New Old St...
by ABCD Design on Aug 13, 2015

Hungarian yellow bean soup

In Hungary the most widely planted bean type is yellow bean, this variety is more popular than green bean. Yellow beans belong to the family of snap beans, which can be eaten pod and all. Compared to other been varieties yellow wax beans contain less...
by Zserbo - Recipes from Hungary on Jul 10, 2015

Yellow wax beans

Mikey’s back. I’m sure you’re relieved. She/He/She was digging into the yellow wax beans like it was her final supper. But the star of the show was Lauren... Read More »...
by Feed Me Dearly on Feb 20, 2014

Making a Plan

We had a busy day walking around Brooklyn. We are considering moving to have some more space, so we were checking to see how we felt in a couple of different neighborhoods. There are lots of nice places, but we are weighing living space, distance to...
by City Share on Sep 5, 2010

Muffin Mania

Hey guys!I hope your week is going well. I went to bed at 10:30 last night and got up at 8:15. Yet I'm still tired! I went to a "Kick and Jab" class at my school's gym last night. It consisted of drills, cardio kickboxing, and then throughout the...
by Harping on Fitness on Sep 1, 2009

Thai Rice & Pulses

Sticky Rice (Kau Neow) Sticky or glutinous rice is widely eaten in the north of Thailand. It gets its English name from its glutinous (sticky) property rather than the presence of gluten. You can see from the picture its a br...
by Thai food table on Mar 6, 2009


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