Steve Sando's 50 Favorite Varieties to Grow, Save, and Enjoy
Steve Sando founded Rancho Gordo with the simple idea that saving our New World foods is a critical pursuit, and his passion for heirloom beans has made his business a huge success. Sando's beans are sought after by famous chefs like Thomas Keller (Vallarta is his favorite), and he's frequently profiled in publications such as Bon Appetit, Saveur, and the New York Times.
In The Rancho Gordo Heirloom Bean Grower's Guide, Sando invites the gardener and home cook to share his passion, profiling the fifty best beans to grow, cook, and save. From the silky flavor of Good Mother Stallard to the buttery Runner Cannellinis, the most delicious varieties are presented in these pages along with growing tips, flavor notes, stories of their heritage, and beautiful photographs that showcase the unique beauty of each bean.
In reintroducing the best of the New World heirloom beans, Sando has created a sensation, and food-lovers everywhere will relish transforming this humble staple into a celebrated delicacy.
About the Author
Through his company, Rancho Gordo, Steve Sando's seed saving, bean production, and marketing efforts provide professional and home chefs with heirloom beans that would otherwise have been lost to history. Food + Wine magazine placed Steve at the forefront of the current seed-saving movement. Steve lives in Napa where he grows more than 25 varieties of heirloom beans; he travels frequently throughout the Americas collecting beans, friends, and adventures. His previous book, with Vanessa Barrington, was Heirloom Beans (Chronicle, 2008).
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Reviews of The Rancho Gordo Heirloom Bean Book: :
Packed with history, information, and wonderful stories, this timely book will keep you entertained and well fed.
Barbara Fairchild, former editor-in-chief, Bon Appetit magazine
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