Goya Beans. Take Your Lead From The Cowboys. Open A Can and Giddyap.

December 28th, 2010 § 4 comments

Goya cans tasty beans. And, as long as you have beans, you’ve got a meal. Cowboys knew it. HG agrees. Black beans. Serve them over rice. Top with chopped, raw onion and a pinch of dry Mexican oregano. Maybe a dollop of sour cream (or thick Greek yogurt)). Garbanzo beans. Mix with some duck fat (or chicken fat if you can get it). Chopped raw onion plus sea salt and freshly ground pepper. Pass the Beaujolais Nouveau. An alternative: Puree the beans with sauteed onion and garlic. Add to hot chicken broth and stir until smooth. Before devouring the soup give it a hit of olive oil and dust with parmesan. White beans. Drain the beans and mix with some good canned or jarred Italian or Spanish tuna. Add chopped red onion and a dressing of olive oil, lemon juice and a bit of Dijon mustard. Supplement any of these dishes with some good bread, a bit of salad and, of course, red or white wine. Cheap. Hearty. Beans were good enough for Buck Jones and they’re good enough for HG

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