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July 03, 2007

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Lorraine@italianfoodies

Well I'll be damned! I just made cannelini bean soup today and was just saying how you can't get any fresh Italian beans in Ireland while looking through the silver spoon!!I had my rant all ready!!!I'm off now to make some gooseberry muffins or a no bake cheesecake maybe?????
Looks delicious by the way, just a tad jealous because I had to use canned beans:)

Laura

It was just a fluke that I found them and I haven't seen them since so it will be back to the tins for me now too!

Siobhan

I saw those 'Red Beans' in Lidl in Shannon yesterday and gave them approximately 3 seconds of contemplation as to what they were... Now I wish I had been as inquisitive as you! Good find!

ilva

Thanks Laura! But I think your choice of cookbook is excellent!

Kelly-Jane

What a find, and they are so beautiful too. Look great cooked too :)

I've bought my ingredients for my sorbet, I'll just have to fit it in now - this week has been beyond mad!

KJxx

Abulafia

Classic dish...Pasta Fagioli, a borlotti bean, and small past pieces soup, with sage, parmesan, and olive oil. (Often made with cannelini beans as well)

Perfect dish for this wintry weather we are having. And I have never had it with fresh beans.

Lidl eh?

Fantastic recipe - as always. And great photographs.

Maz

Congrats on your mention in Food and Wine magazine...you deserve it!!!

Katie B.

Hi Laura! You've been tagged! Check out my blog to find out more! :)

Lydia

Lovely beans! I think I'd be tempted to keep them raw as little works of art.

VegeYum

Yum. Love the crimson of these beans. I have linked to this post - hope you don't mind.

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