Tag Archives: #lentils

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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Pulse Inspiration

Need some new recipes that incorporate pulse crops into your day for tomorrow’s  PULSE CHALLENGE (or for everyday)? Here are a couple to get you started! Linguine with Lentils and Pancetta (or bacon) From the cookbook Italian Country Cooking by Loukie Werle … Continue reading

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International Pulse Challenge

We have a  perfect New Year’s challenge for all of you wanting to eat better and try new foods! The United Nations has declared 2016 the International Year of the Pulse, to raise awareness about the nutritional benefits of eating … 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 – French Lentil Salad

FRENCH LENTIL SALAD This is Country food at its finest Outstanding and versatile, Serve hot or cold 1 C. dried lentils, cleaned and rinsed 1 Tbsp. dijon style mustard 3 Tbsp. red wine vinegar Salt and pepper to taste 1/3 C. … Continue reading

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New Blog Page!

Have you noticed our new page, Sale Barn? If so, what how do you like it? If not, please do! We thought that you, our readers might enjoy being able to purchase the crops that our farmers have grown.  If … Continue reading

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Recipe from a Farmer’s Table – BEST Lentil Soup!

Lentil Soup From Robin W. L. This soup is a family favorite, is very hearty, and has tons of flavor.  We make it all fall and winter long, with lentils grown on our own farm! Can’t beat the taste of … Continue reading

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Harvest in the Palouse!

       It’s harvest time all over the United States.  Harvest is an exciting time in every farming community.  It is the culmination of the farmer’s entire year’s work.  It is when he learns how well his or her … 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 – 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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