Did your brother teach you this rhythmic, humorous saying as a kid?
It has .:never:. left my mind.
It's the reason, I can go through the church potluck line and giggle as I pass the beans and see all the proper people taking heaps of them.
The impact you made on my life is timeless.
I really do love them.
My family...not so much, especially in large, blatant quantities.
They must be hidden. (which I can do, don't.test.me)
So I drool over intriguing bean recipes and usually know I'll have to pass. (Brother, stop.your.mind.)
However, I do have one bean loving family member: my DAD.
When he comes to town, the beans come out!
This weekend, my mom and dad came to stay with our kids so we could go to an amazingly awesome youth retreat.
(Like seriously, the best retreat ever. Three of the best youth pastors & their wives, great sponsors and a bunch of excited teens that all want to love Jesus more! Send your kids to these retreats--you seriously won't regret it!)
Back to the beans...
A recipe for Two-Bean Vegetarian Chili popped into my inbox that looked so intriguing I couldn't forget it.
I had to try it!
It's also different from anything I've ever cooked.
The vegetables are cooked in Balsamic Vinegrette Salad dressing.
Weird. But actually good.
Give it a try!
Then you can be singing...beans, beans, the magical fruit...
Two-Bean Vegetarian Chili
Add next 5 ingredients; stir. Bring to boil; simmer on medium-low heat 30 min., stirring frequently.
Stir in corn; cook 5 min.
Serve over rice; top with cheese. (I forgot the cheese.)
So what's your favorite way to eat the magical fruit?