- September 25th, 2017
- Comments Off on Treat yourself to Copper Cow Coffee
Love specialty coffee but can’t be bothered with all the expensive specialty equipment? Then Copper Cow Coffee is for you! This awesome Vietnamese Portable Pour Over Kit includes everything you...
- August 3rd, 2016
- Comments Off on Rancho Gordo Shelf Update
Rancho Gordo, based in Napa, California, grow heirloom variety beans that are indigenous to the Americas. These tasty legumes are also grown in limited quantities to ensure quality and most...
- June 25th, 2014
- Comments Off on Rancho Gordo’s Cassoulet – California’s Tarbais
For many, it just isn’t a cassoulet if it doesn’t contain the Tarabis bean, which can be priced $30 or more per pound when not in season. Thankfully our old...
- December 9th, 2013
- Comments Off on 2013 Gift Giving Guide – Locavore
In our first ever gift giving guide, we wanted to give a helping hand in picking out a theme for someone as gifts. Pick and choose one or more items...
- February 26th, 2013
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It seems as though some of the best things come from happy accidents – chance encounters with a future wife/husband, a new non-stick coating, fabric closures, quick-drying glue, and a...
- January 24th, 2013
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Turns out our intense love of our Dilly Beans were warranted. In the warmth of San Francisco, the Good Food Award folks rose us through the ranks – our tasty...
- April 27th, 2012
- Comments Off on New Rancho Gordo Beans – A Lovely Legume Trio
We’ve professed our love for Rancho Gordo beans before even going out of way to visit them when we were last in California. Just recently, we’ve pulled in three new varietals...
- February 13th, 2012
- Comments Off on From our Chalkboard – Rancho Gordo Bean Recipes
Another round of recipes featuring some of our favorite things off our shelves, this time they come from Rancho Gordo Beans. These are meant as a resource for ideas, not...
- February 22nd, 2010
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Rancho Gordo beans are from Napa Vally and are perfect example of our philosophy of making “regular food” special again. You said beans right? Why do I want fancy beans?...