Tag Archives: #garbanzos

Today is the Pulse Challenge!

Today is the day you’ve been waiting and preparing for! Today, please join millions of people across the globe, and eat pulse crops. Eat them once or all day long! PLEASE TAKE A PHOTO OF YOUR PULSE DISH AND SHARE … Continue reading

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Thought of the Week

“There’s a lot to like about pulse crops.   Dry peas, lentils and garbanzos (chick peas) are nutrition powerhouses. They’re high in vegetable protein, iron, potassium, magnesium and dietary fiber.” -Tim McGreevy, CEO, USA Dry Pea and Lentil Council

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Recipes from a Farmer’s Table – Heather’s Bean Salad

HEATHER’S BEAN SALAD from the kitchen of Heather Strader   This is a quick and delicious recipe, using items from your pantry Drain the liquid off 1 can of each of the following and rinse, then put into a big … Continue reading

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Farmer Profile – Todd and Heather Strader

     This month we are pleased to introduce you to TH Farms LLC, owned and operated by Todd and Heather Strader.  Todd and Heather were both raised in the Colfax, Washington area.  After college they had careers away from … Continue reading

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Notes From the Palouse

Rolling hills and patchwork farm fields          This past week I visited the farmers who live and farm in the Palouse Region of Eastern Washington state.  This area comprises roughly in the south-east portion of the state, … Continue reading

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Recipe from a Farmer’s Table – Garbanzo Taco Soup

GARBANZO TACO SOUP From the Kitchen of Gina Whitman   This is a fast and easy recipe, is crowd pleaser, and a wonderful way to use garbanzos   1 lb hamburger or chicken, browned and crumbled 1 can corn (or … Continue reading

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Recipes from a Farmer’s Table – Hummus

HUMMUS   from the kitchen of Robin W.L. This is a recipe that I devised and tweaked, my family devours it Hummus is a smart snack in the afternoon when you’re dying of starvation,  the protein in it will hold … Continue reading

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How To Soften Dry Beans

    So, you have acquired some dried beans.  These may be garbanzo, pinto, red, kidney, white, lima or any other variety.  The method to prepare them so you can use them is basically the same. 1.  Put the beans into … Continue reading

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Gar-BAN-zo!

Our farmers, as you will soon see, produce a lot of garbanzo beans, also known as chickpeas. These tasty, fat, little round beans are super versatile, and chock-full of protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals. They may seem a little more … Continue reading

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Recipe from a Farmer’s Table – Hamburger-Vegetable-Lentil-Pea-Garbanzo Soup!

HAMBURGER-VEGETABLE-LENTIL-PEA-GARBANZO SOUP From the Kitchen of Jeanne Therrien   1 lb. hamburger, brown until crumbly 5-1/2 Cups tomato juice 4 Cups water, bring to boil Add:    1 Cup dry lentils    1 Cup dry peas    1 Cup dry … Continue reading

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