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If you’ve ever found yourself picking up pounds of beans at the grocery store just because they are so darn pretty, then you should head over to Marcus Samuelsson’s site to check out my post and recipe for cranberry beans with artichokes, zucchini, and pasta!

Speaking of Marcus, he recently wrote a memoir called Yes, Chef! that is truly one of the best memoirs I’ve ever read.  I couldn’t put it down when I was on vacation in Florida a few weeks ago.  While I’m going to write a full-fledged review at some point in the near future, Whole Foods recently contacted me to invite me to a book signing he is doing on Thursday, August 16th at their Bowery location in NYC from 6:30-7:30pm.  Unfortunately I won’t be able to attend, but I thought I’d spread the word so that anyone in NYC who wants to go, has the opportunity!

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33 Responses to Cranberry Beans with Artichokes, Zucchini, and Pasta

  1. I’ve never even heard of cranberry beans! Love the use of zucchini in this. I have plenty to go around these days!

  2. I’ve never heard of cranberry beans either…are they similar to most white beans?

  3. I’ve always wondered what to use cranberry beans in. Going to check out this recipe!

  4. daphne says:

    i have never heard of that! You taught me something today joanne!

  5. Mary says:

    I’ve never heard of cranberry beans either. I’m headed to check out the recipe now. Thanks, Joanne! Have a blessed day.

  6. Erica says:

    I love beans and cranberry beans are some of my favorites….This dish looks healthy and delicious,Joanne

  7. Cranberry beans!! I thought I was seeing things when I saw that. I don’t think I’d be able to get them here, which is a shame…but I would love to have a taste some day. 😀

  8. Danielle says:

    I love loading up my pastas with healthy veges. this looks great!

  9. Kate says:

    Looks beautiful. I’d have to search for them, but it might just be worth it.

  10. Faith says:

    Ah, yes…I have a fridge full of beans (and zucchini, lol) at the moment that’s not earmarked for anything! I’m off to check out the recipe!

  11. Never have I ever heard of a cranberry bean! how wonderful! Beans are such a great way to get awesome texture into a salad, and I am definitely a texture eater. Thanks Joanne!

  12. Barbara says:

    Cranberry beans are so pretty…I wish they retained that bright color after cooking. Going over to check out your recipe now.

  13. cranberry beans- new to me but love how they look and i bet they taste even better!

  14. Eileen says:

    Now I know what to do with the fresh beans that have been popping up at the farmer’s market! Plus: ARTICHOKES. I love them so. 🙂

  15. Gloria says:

    Mmmm.how good look thid Joanne ; I.love zuccchini;)

  16. teresa says:

    oh my way, this looks wonderful!

  17. Guru Uru says:

    What a healthy delicious greens dish 😀

    Cheers
    CCU

  18. Christine says:

    I’ve heard of cranberry beans but never found them fresh in any grocery. I’ll have to check out a couple farmers’ markets. This looks too good to pass up.

  19. I have not heard of cranberry beans but I love artichokes and we have an abundance of Zucchini so this dish looks like a real winner!!

  20. Hotly Spiced says:

    What a shame you can’t get to that event. Sadly, I won’t be there either as I’m just a short plane-ride away. Nothing like 24 hours of flying in an economy seat! Cranberry beans? I haven’t heard of them. I’ll look them up xx

  21. I’ve never seen/heard of cranberry beans .. they look so pretty but I hate when food loses its colour when cooked! I bought candy cane beets once just because they were pretty but then got home and read that they lose their pretty stripes once cooked. I don’t think I even ended up using them.

  22. Monet says:

    Unusual beans paired with my all-time favorite artichoke equals a win-win! I can’t wait to try something like this Joanne. Thank you for sharing!

  23. kyleen says:

    Those cranberry beans are gorgeous. I almost don’t want to peel the pod away to eat them! This pasta dish looks delicious.

  24. Kim says:

    Cranberry beans are so eye catching. You know I’d love this pasta dish!

  25. Lynn says:

    Yum – that looks wonderful. And of course I know Marcus from Top Chef – wish I could go to that signing.

  26. Tandy says:

    I had to Google cranberry beans!

  27. I didn’t know what a cranberry bean was either! 🙂 The dish looks great.

  28. Chris says:

    What? Your are snubbing Chef Marcus? Tsk tsk! 😉

  29. That Girl says:

    His is actually a biography that I would love to read!

  30. Cranberry beans?….where have I been?

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