this has been in my family for 50 yrs, originally from a recipe book but we have no clue which one. you can use any type of bean and i enjoy it with all of them but i'm particularly fond of the mayocoba beans usually found in the mexican food section (alt
as found on the kraft canada website. an easy appetizer to put together in a short amount of time. when i made this the first time i accidentally used herb and garlic cream cheese. everyone loved it at the appy party so its your choice what you use.
people rave about this very simple dip when i take it to parties or serve it at my own. i like it because it's so simple and always a hit. i got this recipe from a friend in the 80's. i don't know the origins.
barley, a grain of the grass family, was the first cereal cultivated as a food for man. tossed with vegetables in the provencal style, its allure stretches across the ages. this is a great way to add more grains and vegetables to your diet!
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