Comments On - Romano Green Beans

Here is how I cook romano beans. Since the season also brings tomatoes and basil I use a bit of olive oil, a dab of butter(for flavor) and use a little sliced onion and minced garlic. Once thje garlic starts to give off it's fragrance I add the beans(use a large enough pan- don't crowd them)Stir fry them for about 5 minutes and add chopped peeled seeded tomato.Allow to simmer for a few more minutes and add salt and pepper to taste and finish with fresh basil. Delicious.
Richard, Boston, MA
Posted: 6/15/2015 5:40:09 AM
These are the best tasting green bean I've ever eaten, fresh cooked out of the garden is best.
Tom Hi ckman, Moses Lake, WA
Posted: 5/27/2014 8:27:53 AM
Thanks for the cooking tip.
Carl, Livermore, CA
Posted: 5/21/2013 11:23:37 AM
Thanks for the informative article, I was searching on line for more info on Romano beans having never grown any, and having never eaten any. I believe I'll add a packet to my regular order of Masai and Jade bush beans.
Rebecca, Barton City, MI
Posted: 5/1/2013 5:38:01 AM
Great! Thanks, I'm always looking for more kinds of beans to grow. They are generally very easy to grow, help me to build my soil, provide lots of biomass for my compost bins and I love eating them.
Bruce, Las Vegas, NV
Posted: 6/8/2012 12:46:09 PM
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