04 September 2014

So many beans...

No words, no typing. Good eating, nonetheless.



10 comments:

Gosia k said...

Looks delicious

Jean said...

Delicious!
I see you have some lardons in there too. Thanks for the recipe.

Ken Broadhurst said...

I had some leftover lardons that I had cooked the day before so I did add them in. And instead of two little whole onions, I used a mixture of sliced onion, shallot, and garlic. Recipes are gidelines only... a jumping-off point.

Seine Judeet (Judith) said...

So fresh!

Evelyn said...

I've never eaten such a melange. Need to give it a try while the fresh ingredients are available here.

Ginny said...

Our beans didn't do as well this year. We got some but never a whole lot at one time. The squirrels got most of our squash--Mitch was happy to rescue a butternut with just a couple bite marks in it. Our zucchini and summer squash plants were decimated. They also got most of the large tomatoes. Why they don't take the cherry tomatoes is a mystery. We've never had such a problem with squirrels, and it's doubly disappointing because it's a drought year, and we hate to think we wasted water on the plants just for feeding squirrels. I guess I'll have to bone up on squirrel repellant methods.

Ken Broadhurst said...

Hi Ginny, maybe it's drought conditions all around you that are sending the squirrels to the moisture and plenty of your garden. We've managed to save some tomatoes, and the green beans are our salvation. Drought is not our problem -- au contraire.

Pollygarter said...

They look really tasty beans - nice recipe! We have loads of pole beans; haricots nains not so good, planted rather late. It's been a great year for runner beans, they loved the wet weather.

Ginny said...

You're probably right that the drought contributes to the squirrels invading our garden. Hope your finger is feeling better.

Ken Broadhurst said...

Ginny, my finger doesn't hurt at all, but the splint makes it hard to perform many everyday tasks, including typing on a keyboard. I have to wear the splint until early October. Then I'll see if the finger is like before or not. If not, there's always the option of surgery.