- 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...
- July 3rd, 2014
- Comments Off on Hazzard Free Farm Grits – Locally Grown Jewels
When you taste the real thing, it’s hard to go back. Belly up to real actual corn grits, or small batch rolled oats and the difference is shocking. Heritage is...
- 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...
- June 21st, 2013
- Comments Off on Scrumptious Pantry Heirloom Savory Salts ‘Herbal’ – A Mouthful In A Dash
In years, likely decades, past in Italy the way in which herbs were preserved was in a bed of sea salt. Family Farmers on Scrumptious Gourmet’s repertoire carry on this...
- 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...